July 2020 – world cuisine
world cuisine

Ideal Balanced Diet: What Should You Really Eat?

The rules for a balanced diet seem simple but that’s not the whole story. How much do you need daily, when is the best time to eat proteins or carbs and what should the portion size be? Here’s what a…

Culture and Cooking: Children’s Books about Diversity and Food

These children’s books about world cultures and cooking traditions celebrate diversity! There are so many reasons we want to teach our children about food from around the globe. Cooking and eating is something we all, as humans, have in common,…

Blueberries Can Help Support Healthy Weight Loss

Blueberries can help keep you healthy in more ways than one. According to a previous study, a compound called pterostilbene worked with vitamin D in cells to boost the immune system and fight off infections. However, this research is preliminary and it is unclear if the…

High-Fiber Foods

Dietary fiber can keep you full, help you to lose weight, and improve your overall health. By using these tips to add more to your diet, you can look and feel your best.   What is fiber? Many of us…

Why Green Leafy Vegetables Should Be a Big Part of Your Diet

We’ve all had someone tell us to ‘eat our greens,’ probably from quite an early age. While this is ingrained in our minds, it’s easier said than done. When life is as busy as it is for many, it can…

Eat your greens: Study suggests a plant-rich Mediterranean diet can reduce NAFLD risk

Posted on: 30th January 2021 Results from a new clinical trial suggest that a new diet may reduce the risk of developing non-alcohol related fatty liver disease (NAFLD). NAFLD is one of the leading causes of liver disease in the UK, and it’s thought that…

Nutritional Issues and Special Needs Children

If you are a parent to a special needs child and you’re all revved up to attend an upcoming Abilities Expo near you, then you’re probably ready to discover how findings of the latest research can make a big change in your…

Eat Healthy food, exercise in youth to retain optimal health in later years: Study

Cardiologists warn middle-aged persons against allowing metabolic syndrome to set in as its presence may increase the risk of developing heart disease, stroke, and Type 2 diabetes. Eat Healthy food, exercise in youth to retain optimal health in later years:…

Affordability of nutritious food prime factor contributing to malnutrition

A new reserach has found that the affordability of more nutritious foods is an important factor when it comes to factors likes malnutrition, obesity and child stunting. As part of the latest study, researchers at the International Food Policy Research…

Brain Food: What To Eat When Revising

Finals week: the dreaded seven or so days for all college and university students. It’s the time of year when all that matters are grades, grades and more grades, and you go through the several stages of revision (when you’re not procrastinating). A…