Did you know eating dark chocolate with 70% or higher levels of cacao has numerous health benefits? Let’s look at a few ways where this dark, luscious confection can actually be good for you.
Millets are known to boost your health, are good for weight loss and gluten-free. Let’s get to know the various nutritional benefits of a millet diet, along with its downsides.
Have you ever asked yourself how you handle stress and fatigue? Do you deal with it by venting with friends or do you prefer keeping to yourself during these times? Do you use pick-me-ups like caffeine or sugar or are you the kind of person who sticks to eating leafy greens and fruit? Well, whatever you do to combat stress or fatigue, I hope it works for you. But for those of us who have tried but seen no result, there…
Grow’s Dr. Vinay Bhardwaj explains what happens when one is allergic to Monosodium glutamate (MSG) in Chinese food in DH Living, Deccan Herald at: http://www.deccanherald.com/content/562462/mind-msg.html
Smoothies can be packed with protein; pre-workout energisers, hydrators and post-workout recovery accelerators can deliver performance-enhancing nutrients; herbal teas can soothe or energise — all of these beverages have a functional purpose to meet specific wellness needs. And then there’s a less obvious, simple, blender-free drink that serves a mighty wellness-enhancing purpose. Providing more than just hydration, fresh lemon juice and water can deliver surprising benefits.
Many people love Chinese food and its mouth-watering taste. Of course, it is tasty and fulfilling to the consumer. Like Chinese food, most foods contain several taste enhancers, sweeteners, colouring and other additives.