Purple cabbage salad
Crispy, cheap, fresh, delicious … all this is purple cabbage salad in the winter.
It is considered to be the least caloric and in vitamins and minerals very rich brassicas. In cold days, it is especially good for your immune system. The easiest way to prepare it is to make a salad, so we’ll stick to it too. However, we will surprise you with choosing the other foods and the flavor that then generates.
Vitaminize yourself, make colorful gray cold days and be healthy just by eating healthy foods like this salad! Continue reading
Cabbage health benefits
Cabbage is one of the oldest foods and the first vegetable that comes to mind when we think of our grandmother’s kitchen. And when we think about winter, isn’t it!? And what are the cabbage health benefits?
Whether it is red or green cabbage, cabbage is a rich source of many nutrients and minerals, from vitamin C to calcium, phosphorus, and iron, to vitamin E, K and B groups. Cabbage is indeed a “smart head”. Low-calorie and super-nutritious vegetables are a unique blend of vitamin A, B, C, E and K, omega-3 fatty acids and cancer healing components. The real boon for immunity and digestion is also known as antistress vegetables. For centuries, the healing properties of cabbage are known, both fresh and soured, which is a traditional local delicacy in our days in the cold days. Continue reading
Fresh pineapple is a sweet fruit that has a small number of calories. One cup of pineapple contains only 76 calories. And because of that, it is an excellent option for preparing smoothies or refreshing salads. We will use it to prepare Christmas smoothie.
It abounds in vitamin C, copper and manganese that strengthens the bones. Used as a cosmetic supplement because it cleanses the skin. How powerful is its strength is demonstrated by recent studies that have shown that it contains substances that have anticancer activity? Continue reading
So what are the health benefits of basil? Whenever Italian cuisine is mentioned, in the foreground are tomatoes, mozzarella, and basil.
Health benefits of Basil
In addition to Italy, this plant is a symbol of Provence’s culinary tradition. Unfortunately, little is used in other cuisines. It could be said that his values are ignored; how gastronomic as well as a positive impact on health.
Basil comes from India. There are different types and colors. There are green and purple. The ancient Greeks called it a royal plant. It has long been used in folk medicine to treat headaches, coughs and kidney diseases. Of course, it has a wide range of culinary uses, where it gives to the dishes a
specific flavor and taste. Continue reading
Parsley health benefits
The homeland of parsley is Europe. The ancient Greeks used it in medical treatment, while for the Romans it was a favorite spice. And today it is one of the most used spice plants and a symbol of Italian cuisine. It is extremely rich in potassium and vitamin C, so it is best to use it while fresh. In addition, it contains carotene, iron, calcium, manganese, magnesium … And what are the Parsley health benefits?
There are also phytochemicals in it such as coumarin and terpenoids. They act as antioxidants and prevent the formation of tumors. In addition, they reduce concentration and peroxidation of cholesterol in the blood, thereby contributing to the health of the bloodstream. Continue reading
Let’s talk about one of those “strange” foods that no one seems to be quite sure about – bananas. I am sure you like bananas? They are delicious and satisfying. In fact, you are probably eating a banana right now, or at least thinking about eating a banana. Am I right? So Can you eat green bananas?
Well, if you LOVE bananas as I do, but you are also worried about this amazing tropical fruit potentially causing spikes in blood sugar and fat gain, here is a helpful tip on choosing your bananas… Continue reading
The healthiest juice
A little about the ingredients of the healthiest juice in the world. Ginger relieves stomach problems, coughing and pain in the throat, as well as nausea of all kinds, has antibacterial, antifungal and antitoxin activity. Lemon cleanses the liver and is also natural antioxidant and antiseptic, which prevents various infections, colds, and flu. Apple strengthens immunity,
stimulates weight loss, and also stimulates work of kidneys, liver, and bile. And carrots improve vision, rejuvenate the skin, cleanse the body, also keep the heart and tooth health. Continue reading
Vegan avocado mayonnaise
Avocado is one of the few “low carb” fruits. So those who eat according to LCHF rules or avoid carbohydrates, are often associating with avocados. But, maybe not this way! So how to make a vegan avocado mayonnaise?
After mousse, pudding, ice cream, salad, avocado appears as mayonnaise. Healthy mayonnaise. Avocado is full of healthy fat and in combination with olive oil an excellent alternative to bought mayonnaise, which is full of various supplements and is not recommended for LCHF regime. If you are not a fan or have been bored with domestic versions of mayonnaise with eggs, try this version. Vegan and irresistible green! Continue reading
Cabbage is indeed a “smart head”. Low calorie and super-nutritious vegetable is a unique blend of vitamins A, B, C, E and K, minerals (manganese, selenium, calcium, potassium, magnesium), omega-3 fatty acids and healing sulfuric substances (most famous sulforaphane) which protect against cancer. So what are the sauerkraut benefits?
Cabbage (sauerkraut benefits) is a real boon for immunity and digestion and is also calling antistress vegetables.
For centuries, the healing properties of cabbage are known. Both fresh and acidulated, which is a traditional local delicacy in our regions in the cold days. Great matched with polenta, sausages, beans; it is unavoidable in preparation of the cabbage rolls. Continue reading
Fall smoothie recipes
Various fruits in the summer months are available at every step, so in addition to fruit salads, we can also enjoy fresh juices and creamy fall smoothie recipes. However, by the end of summer, the seasonal fruit offerings are getting smaller and, in order to enjoy your favorite drink in the colder days, we bring you three fall smoothie recipes that you must try this fall.
Except for the Halloween carving, you can also use the pumpkins for delicious smoothies at all times of the day. Combined with red oranges, you will get a drink of interesting colors in which will equally enjoy those younger, and also the older ones. For this smoothie you will need:
Orange – pumpkin smoothie recipe