March 2020 – world cuisine
world cuisine

New Dinner Series Highlighting Black Chefs in Philly Is Back for Round Two

Cooking for the Culture pops up at South on August 20 by Rachel Vigoda@RachelVigoda  Aug 15, 2018, 3:07pm EDT Share this story Share this on Facebook (opens in new window) Share this on Twitter (opens in new window) SHAREAll sharing options The second Cooking…

Bananas May Help Curb Your Appetite, Aiding Weight Loss

“Bananas offer antioxidants, fiber, and many essential nutrients, such as vitamin B6, but what makes them especially interesting is that their nutrient content changes depending on their level of ripeness,” says Malkani. “Underripe bananas contain a lot of resistant starch, which helps…

Grapefruit May Help Prevent Diabetes and Other Chronic Diseases

Adding grapefruit to your diet may decrease your risk of insulin resistance, a precursor to type 2 diabetes, according to past research. When overweight adults ate one half-grapefruit, drank grapefruit juice, took a grapefruit pill, or took a placebo, once a day before a…

FODMAP stacking – can I overeat ‘green’ foods??

Dr Jaci Barrett and Lyndal McNamara – Research Dietitians, 11 October 2016 With the increasing amount of detail we share with you via our Monash FODMAP diet app, we are getting more and more questions about FODMAP stacking. You will…

Green fruit and recipe ideas

Some people find the colour green quite boring, but there’s nothing dull about these green fruits. And we’ve even put some scrummy recipes together for you to try too. Green fruit table Green tea Green apples Kiwi Limes Olives Pears Okay,…

Green, leafy vegetables boost muscle strength — here’s how to add them to your diet

KAROLINA GRABOWSKI/PIXABAY Leafy vegetables, like spinach, are a good source of vitamin A, vitamin C, iron, folic acid and calcium which are needed for muscle function, strong teeth and bones. It is no secret that green, leafy vegetables are an…

Step Four – Popeye’s Rule – Eat at least one serving of Greens per day

photo by Bill Bradley On the Island of Crete, in the Mediterranean Sea, there are many foods that are considered “magical” for health.  Considering the people of Crete are among the healthiest people in the world and their diet one…

Plant-based ‘green’ Mediterranean diet leads to more weight loss: study

As Americans likely continue to digest turkey day feasts, a new study suggests a “green” Mediterranean diet that contains less meat could promote better heart health. A new study suggests that subbing out meat for more greens and veggies in the traditional Mediterranean…