Salmon is a terrific source of beneficial omega-3 fatty acids. The distinct flavor of salmon is well complemented by fresh dill and tart lemon juice. Make an extra portion to be used for Salmon Salad next time. Continue Reading

Before refrigeration, spices such as ginger were once used to preserve food. They are rich in antioxidants, which help retard the damaging effects of oxidation. Ginger helps you stay healthy, that’s why ginger-based recipes are so popular. In this post I’m giving you a recipe for ginger chicken soup which will keep you healthy and the boiled chicken from it will serve very well for the second recipe in this post, and that is chicken salad which is absolutely delicious. I had it this morning, so it’s a personal guarantee for the taste 🙂 Continue Reading

Blueberries are packed with potent antioxidants, and have been shown to improve learning and memory in laboratory animals. Perhaps the best reason of all to eat them is that they’re delicious, especially when combined
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Here’s a simple, healthy, and tasty breakfast. Swiss chard is chock-full of healthy antioxidants. Continue Reading

This is not just a healthy food recipe. This is the cornerstone of the diet provided by the renowned German oncologist Johanna Budwig. She used it to treat severe illnesses and recommended it for general health preservation. The mixture of flax-seed oil with cottage cheese/quark – also known as The Budwig Muesli – taken while following the diet as detailed below, is the main piece in the Budwig Program. Continue Reading

This is a healthy version of granola, which is normally laden with carbs and bad fat. Warm spiced nuts, plump sweet blueberries, and cream
are a delectable combination and make a fabulous breakfast or snack.
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You’ve decided to lose weight and so you’re getting on a healthy diet. You’ve started exercising…well you’ve done quite a lot. But, there is a way to improve the results of the aforementioned. Nutritionists believe that targeted nutritional supplements can dramatically enhance the effectiveness of the diet and will help you achieve your goals more rapidly. It may be hard to believe that something as simple as taking a few capsules a few times a day can make such a huge difference, but it can. Continue Reading

This is a healthy, low-carb alternative to an old favorite. Rosemary is a potent antioxidant known to promote circulation to the brain and enhance
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Unfortunately, at this time, researchers and doctors have not identified a cure for cellulite, or a treatment that may permanently reverse the effects. That’s a fact. However, there are strategies you may use to temporarily reduce the appearance of cellulite, or which may halt the progression of the process. I’ll tell you about some of these strategies in the following posts, but now let’s talk about the benefits of Gelatin. Continue Reading

The most interesting and unexpected news in the healthy food science. Scientists advise that we start once again getting used to milk from cows that are pastured freely in the open, to lard and its derivatives, and to other traditional saturated fats, such as the coconut oil. Throw away the rape, corn and soy oil. Keep away from anything that contains polyunsaturated fat. In truth, the only healthy oils are the coconut and the olive oils. Butter and mutton fat –very saturated fat products-and very healthy ones indeed (if the animals’ feed hasn’t been poisoned). Coconut oil is a unique product in terms of its capacity to prevent weight gain and treat obesity, as it stimulates the metabolism. It metabolizes fast and to a certain extent it acts as an antioxidant . Olive oil stimulates weight gain to a very small extent, incomparable with corn or soy oils and it contains an antioxidant that contributes towards preventing heart disease and cancer. Continue Reading