7 myths about food
Over the past 30–40 years, not only has the reality (mobile phones, the Internet) changed, but, above all, the environment has changed dramatically. Real bread, butter, milk, vegetables and meat…

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Products that prolong youth
All people tend to strive to have perfect health and live forever. And if the first desire to cope is relatively easy, if you monitor your body and its needs,…

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These three plants relieve inflammation and pain is better than drugs.
Take note of the three most powerful anti-inflammatory and analgesic plants. They act more efficiently than many drugs and have no side effects (if used in reasonable quantities, like any…

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Black rice is a healthy alternative to white.

Who does not like rice? I have not yet met such people)) So my eldest son is ready to eat rice three times a day! However, I try to replace white rice with black, or wild. In China, it was also called forbidden: only the nobility had the right to eat this rice, for the simple people it was forbidden.

There are many varieties of rice grains! For most of us, traditional white rice seems habitual. And if other varieties of this cereal – brown, brown, basmati – are even remotely known to us, then black or wild rice most often causes surprise and genuine interest, since it is not so often found in local stores. Continue reading

Separate meals
This way of feeding is used by almost all types of living beings on our planet. Only one species - the modern Homo sapiens - neglecting the laws of nature,…

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How does heat treatment of vegetables affect the content of vitamins?
Recently, one of my readers asked how much baked bell pepper is rich in vitamin C or is it completely resolved by heat treatment. This question prompted me to prepare…

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Hot smoking: how to smoke the meat yourself
It is not necessary to leave a cozy cottage for a trip to the city for smoked foods that most people like. It is enough to have meat (lard, poultry,…

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“Food parachute”: this trick will reduce the impact of harmful food on health
My professor at Stanford, Dr. Clyde Wilson, described a simple trick: it will be useful to many who are unable to give up harmful food, but at least a little…

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