Well the reality is all of us wants to be healthy, right? I mean who doesn’t? But let’s admit it, we tend to choose to be busy and to be rushing all the time that we leave little to no time for ourselves to do the things we should be doing: eating healthy meals, exercising, taking vitamins, unwind and just be healthy. These are being set aside most of the time. That’s why today allow me to share with you my top 7 list of things that I think would give a great difference in our lives to make a better living and wellness.
Cauliflower has blasted in popularity —making its way into everything from pizza crust to hot cereal, and also replacing rice in grain less bowls, stir-fries, sushi, and more. The rise in status of this vegetable may be a surprise to some, but it makes sense from a nutrition perspective. In this blog, I will enumerate some of the health benefits of cauliflower.
In the Philippines, corn is one of the most famous go-to foods anywhere. You can buy it grilled, steamed or get it as a popcorn! Corn is also popular with it being refined such as tortillas, chips, corn meal, corn flour, corn oil and so on.
When you say Vitamin C, what is the first fruit that comes into your mind? Orange, right? Orange is probably one of the most favorite fruits from almost all homes everywhere. You can eat it on its own, or you can juice it, or even add it on your dishes. Sweet, juicy oranges make a delicious and healthy snack or addition to a meal. That’s why it is no wonder that they are one of the most popular fruits in the world.
Potatoes have been a staple food in many households. One of the min reasons why they are also considered as a cult favorite is because of its versatility. They can be thought of as a comfort food — richly mashed with butter and sour cream or crisply fried in vegetable oil (which I do not personally advise because you know – it’s unhealthy!), or can be mixed on to many dishes for a variety of flavors.
When you hear the fruit Durian, what usually comes to your mind first? I’m quite sure you’re going to think of its particularly appealing fragrance first, right? Yet apart from its unique smell, its many beneficial features have earned it the “King of Fruit” throughout Southeast Asia!
Let’s admit it, we often underestimate the value of peas. We would often find them in several dishes, but never have we (at least for me) praised these green edible pods. But as I was reading different articles regarding green peas, I was surprisingly amazed as to how much nutrients and vitamins they carry.
Of course, preparing all of your own food is ideal, but let’s face the reality that we will be needing some help for the work to make the preparation light and easy. Although it is almost impossible to completely eliminate processed food from our daily diets, it is good to be aware of just how much you are eating of them. This awareness can help to create a healthier lifestyle and help with many future health conditions.
In celebration of National Honey Month, I’d like to give the spotlight to this sweet stuff right here – Honey! As we all know, honey is widely used all over the nation for quite a long time now. Not only does it make your tea tastes better, but it can also enhance the flavor and taste of foods.
The sweet potato, also known as the Ipomoea batatas, not only contains many nutrients, but it is also packed with medicinal benefits. Did you know that a single serving of sweet potato alone will provide more than 400% of your daily dose of vitamin A?!
Increasing your water intake is one of the easiest ways to make each system run more smoothly. If you drink the suggested amount of water a day, it won’t do you any harm nor will you lose from it.
Strawberries are rich in vitamin C, potassium, folic acid, and fiber. These are all important nutrients that support the body’s daily functioning. Next time you are looking for something sweet, bite into some juicy strawberries and enjoy all of the benefits they have in store for you!