Month: May 2019
This tropical fruit is refreshing, juicy and delicious! Beyond the sweet, luscious taste of mangos, they also contain an abundance of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that assure your optimum health and hence great nutritional benefits. Nutritional benefits of mango Mango is a low-calorie fruit that is high in fiber and…
To make a flax egg, use a fork to whisk together 1 tablespoon ground flaxseed and 2 tablespoons warm water. Let sit for five minutes, until thickened. Continue with recipe as written.
Enjoy these yummy cookies with your coffee, tea or warm cocoa!
Cayenne peppers are a popular spice used in many different regional styles of cooking, and they have been used medicinally for thousands of years due to Capsaicin, the compound in cayenne that gives the fruit its fiery taste. These peppers boast an impressive nutrition profile,…
BUTTERNUT SQUASH & SPINACH LASAGNA
An all-time favorite dish!
CHOCOLATE STRAWBERRY OVERNIGHT OATS Among the healthiest grains on earth, oats are a great way to start the day! Servings 1 Prep Time 5 Ingredients 1/2 cup Old fashioned rolled oats1/2 cup Coconut chocolate milk1 tsp. chia seeds1 Tbsp. Strawberry Jam (I make my own…
One of the best seeds you can include in your diet is the tiny but mighty pumpkin seed!
Pumpkin seeds are packed with valuable nutrients ranging from magnesium and manganese to copper, protein and zinc.
Pumpkin seeds may benefit your heart, liver and immune system, help fight diabetes, and offer unique benefits for men’s prostate health and women’s relief of menopause symptoms as well.
More detailed and additional benefits include:
Pumpkin seeds are high in fiber which helps maintain a healthy weight and enhances overall digestive health
Pumpkin seeds are considered a good source of zinc and hence recommended for pregnant women
Pumpkin seeds have long been valued as an important natural food for men’s health. This is in part because of their high zinc content, which is important for prostate health.
Pumpkin seeds may help improve insulin regulation and help prevent diabetic complications by decreasing oxidative stress
Pumpkin seeds are highly nutritious and packed with powerful antioxidants.
Besides eating them on their own, you can use them in baking, add them to smoothies, Greek yogurt and fruit or incorporate them into meals by sprinkling them into salads, soups or cereals.