Posts Tagged“Food”

Whether you’re someone who’s looking to make their diet healthier or a milk fanatic who’s unfortunately been cursed with lactose intolerance, there’s a good chance that you’ve heard about plant-based milk before. You may have even seen it in grocery or supermarket shelves, and you’ve been tempted to buy a carton or two just to see how it compares to the real thing. But what is plant-based milk? Is it something that you should look into consuming daily or just steer clear of? More importantly, is it actually healthy? In this article, we’ll be answering these questions as well as…

If you love nothing more than sampling foods from around the world, it is important to remember that matching them with the correct drinks can greatly enhance the overall eating experience. The flavour combinations which you can find between food from different countries when mixed with a variety of drinks – be it from that country or elsewhere – can really turn an average meal into something spectacular. If you like the idea of learning more about which drinks to mix with the cuisine from various nations, here are some tips to help you get started. Chinese Chinese food is…

With changes in lifestyle and diets, high ”bad” cholesterol levels are becoming more and more common. LDL cholesterol (the bad cholesterol) gathers in the arteries, and increases the risk of a heart attack. Because of this, leading a healthy lifestyle, and managing and monitoring medication is now more important than ever. There are numerous ways in which to keep your ”bad” cholesterol levels down, including using lipid lowering medications, eating well, and exercise. Eating Healthier Eating well not only keeps you in good condition by keeping your weight healthy and keeping you energised, but eating the right foods will also…

If you could prolong your life and improve your health by eating 5 foods on a regular basis, would you do it? The answer should be “Yes”. Not enough people realize that food doesn’t just help us get through the day by providing our body with enough calories and nutrients. It also plays an important role in our growth and our immune system. The principal enemy of our cells are free radicals. These unstable molecules are ultimately responsible for cellular damage. By reacting with multiple biological molecules such as proteins and lipids, free radicals can provoke enough damage to the…