Berries might offer protection against a range of health conditions. Jovo Jovanovic/Stocksy
Red wine and fruits such as berries, apples, and pears are rich in antioxidants called flavonoids, which may protect against cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and cancer.
A new study has found that people who consume the most flavonoids tend to have lower blood pressure.
The diversity and composition of the gut microbiota — which is the community of ...
Mulberries are juicy and slightly tart and bring many benefits to health. There are three varieties: white, from Eastern and Central China, red (American), from the American East, and black mulberry, which originates in West Asia.
Mulberry trees are broad-leaved and grow in the warm, temperate and subtropical climate regions of Asia, Africa and South America.
This delicious, succulent and juicy fruit is low-calorie and contains a lot of proteins, minerals, vitamins and ...
Without a doubt, the cherries are one of our favourite fruits and we are absolutely delighted that they are in season, and we can enjoy them to the max. Not only are they delicious, but they are greatly beneficial too!
The cherries are rich in: provitamin A, vitamins from the B group, the vitamins C and P, iron potassium, sodium, magnesium, calcium and phosphorus. They activate the biochemical processes in our bodies, improve our appetite and brain function and have a ...
The shakes are a good choice for weight loss but should be taken twice a day at the most since they do not provide all nutrients that the body needs.
Recipe for strawberry shake
This recipe for a strawberry shake for weight loss is great for breakfast or as an afternoon snack as due to its density it satiates hunger, which makes it easier for you to adhere to your diet.
This shake helps weight loss because it contains white bean flour, which is rich in ...
50 g butter
3 tbsp brown sugar
1-2 pinches cinnamon
1 tbsp lemon juice
60 ml rum
2 tbsp banana liqueur (you can add another liqueur or not add any at all if there isn’t any available)
1. Put the butter, cinnamon and sugar in a medium pan and heat until the sugar starts to bubble up and caramelise.
2. Peel the bananas and cut them into half circles. Pour into the buttery ...