These diets are all seen as healthy diets, but what’s the difference between them and which one is a healthier option?
Category: Health & Diet
For The Peanut Butter Purists…
Do you like peanut butter? I do! Peanuts are very healthy as long as you eat them in moderation (as they are also high in fat). The problem with peanut butter is, there is often a lot of added sugar, salt, palm oil and other additives. That’s why we always only buy pure 100% peanut…
Organic Products: Myths and Truths
The organic products trend has taken the world by a storm. Naturally, many myths have arisen, but how about the truths? What does organic really mean?
Cooking with Superfoods
Tap into health benefits of cooking with superfoods like avocado, quinoa, blueberries, nuts and yoghurt, and check out some recipes based on these foods.
Is there such a thing as ‘healthy sugar’?
People are often quick to recommend healthy sugar as a measure to curb health risks associated with high sugar intake, but is healthy sugar a thing? Dig in to find out!
3 Things Every Coffee Drinker Should Know
Ever wondered how your morning coffee has been affecting your health? If you kick start your day with a cup of brewed coffee, here are 3 things you should know.
Why is balsamic vinegar good for you?
From lowering blood sugar to improving heart health, do you know how balsamic vinegar is good for you? Read on and find out how.
The great-hair diet: foods that keep the hair healthy
Diet plays a vital role in keeping the hair healthy. So if you want long, strong and shiny hair, bring these nutrient-rich foods into your diet.
Is free-range meat really a healthier option?
Do you know that your choice of meat can possibly affect the environment and your overall health? So, if you eat free-range meat, this blog is for you.
How would you like your burger?
Some restaurants now ask you ‘how would you like your burger?’ As if you’re having a sirloin or ribeye. But these burgers are made with quite a few steps in the process – at least they have to mince the meat and then put them back together right? There’s a much higher chance of the meat getting bacteria, so unlike a ribeye steak that you can have medium rare or medium, it’s only safe to have your burger fully cooked!
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