Food & Beverage

The Health Benefits of Thai Cooking

By: Jessa Melanie D. Villegas | Jan 22, 2014 One of the most delicious types of cuisine that we enjoy today is the food from Thailand. It has become well-known over the decades along with its aesthetic pleasures. Thai cooking is actually easy to learn with the right recipes and knowledge. Most Thai food is full of flavour, it is blending the 4 “s” namely: sweet, sour, salty and spicy. Although Thailand cannot claim that they are the heal

How to Overcome Food Poisoning

By: Smith Alen | Jan 2, 2014 Food is one of essential one in our daily life. We know what would happen if we do not have the food at the correct time. All times it may not be possible to get the food. In recession period the food would be shortage and the requirement of the food products also increased in a huge manner. It leads to the every country for storing food products.

5 Foods and Drinks that Can Ruin Your Workout

By: Brittany Stone | Dec 30, 2013 While oatmeal, Greek yogurt and brown rice with chicken are among the best foods to help energize your workout, there are some foods and drinks you should not consume before a workout session.

4 Surprising Health Benefits of Tofu

By: Elisa Wasson | Dec 26, 2013 Tofu, which originates from Asian Cuisine, is one of the foods that are very good for your health. It is made by coagulating soy milk and is divided into three different types: firm tofu, soft tofu and silken tofu. It can be also prepared in multiple ways to provide you with a lot of nutrients.

5 Healthy Foods That Are Rich in Iron

By: Brittany Stone | Dec 25, 2013 Iron is one of the important minerals that are essential for good health. However, nearly 80 per cent of people don’t ensure the daily iron requirement, which causes iron deficiency. Following are 5 iron rich foods that you should include in your diet to avoid iron deficiency.

Best Winter Foods that Keep You Staying Warm

By: Neil Karen | Dec 25, 2013 Exercising is one of the ways that you often use to heat you up in winter. However, it only keeps you warm in the short term and when your body cools down, you may even feel colder than ever. Luckily, there is another easier way that can warm you up from the inside: eating warm foods.

The Best Red Wine From Ontario’s Award-Winning Wines

By: Sophia Charlie | Dec 25, 2013 Get Ontario wine this Christmas. Look for wines straight from the wineries of Ontario. “Taste Ontario” is an exceptional event at this place. This year, the event was held in Ottawa at the Westin Hotel on October 7 and in Toronto on October 10.

4 Health Benefits of Nuts that Surprise You

By: Neil Karen | Dec 21, 2013 Nuts, such as peanuts, almonds, cashews, etc., are health snacks that come from a natural source. Although they have a lot of calories, they are high in healthy monounsaturated fats. These friendly and tasty foods also bring some amazing health benefits that you may not know about. Let’s check out now.

Strawberry Juice’s Health Benefits: Improving Immune System, Promoting Healthy Eyes and More

By: Lee Dobbins | Dec 21, 2013 While eating strawberries brings you a lot of health benefits such as fighting cancer and maintaining glow skin, juicing these luscious red fruits are also good for your health. It is a very easy way to provide yourself with many nutrients, including essential vitamins and minerals.

5 Healthy Vegetables and Fruits to Eat This Winter

By: Brittany Stone | Dec 20, 2013 A healthy, balanced diet plays an important role in helping you withstand the cold during winter. It should include more fresh vegetables and fruits, which provide your body with so many essential vitamins and minerals.
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