Our bodies need sufficient fluids even more during the hot weather. Plenty of water, unsweetened teas and non-alcoholic spritzers are therefore a good idea. Fruit and vegetables can also help to maintain a good fluid balance. To get you through the dry spell, read on to see our choice of vitamin-rich foods with a high water content.
Power women – watch out! After daily dealing with family, job, household and anything else that arises, it is important for women not to forget about themselves. These daily tips for a healthy lifestyle will help to keep you energetic, fit and on an even keel.
Maybe it’s happened to you? Some people, when they bite into a juicy piece of pineapple notice a tingling, stinging or burning sensation on their tongue. Is it pure imagination or could it really be caused by pineapple? Today we unravel the mystery of why pineapple burns your tongue!
The spotlight falls all too rarely on raspberries, even though they are truly nutritious superheroes. Today we look behind the pink facade of these knobbly little berries and explain why they are so good for you.
As we all know, oranges are round, sweet and bursting with vitamins. But this citrus fruit also has much more to offer than nutritional goodness. Today, we tell you what else you should know about oranges.
Whether kale, Brussels sprouts, red cabbage or savoy cabbage: it’s high season forcabbage in all kinds. We introduce you to the most popular varieties and tell you why the vegetables are so healthy.
Superfoods like goji berries, chia seeds or quinoa are sometimes hard to get. Don’t worry! There are some everyday foods like bananas, broccoli or blackberries which are not only healthy but also easy to get. Check out our everyday superfood list.
Want to forget your troubles? Better remember your blueberries. Research suggests blueberries might brighten your mood. British researchers fed young adults 200 grams of blueberries, then measured effects on mood, memory and decision making. Mood scores rose 15% five hours after blueberry consumption.
Refreshing and with an exotic taste coconut is a must-eat in summer. But is coconut ac-tually healthy and how can it be used in the kitchen?
Protein is a buzz word in the dieting world, but do you know how much protein your body actually needs? An average Man takes in about 102 grams of protein per day, and the average for women is about 70 grams. The reality is, most people need about 0.36 grams of protein per pound of body weight per day—that’s just 61 grams for a 170 pound man!