How to Care for Water Kefir Grains

How to Care for Water Kefir Grains

If you’re wondering why your kefir grains are too small and not multiplying, you might want to ease off from brewing and hibernate them for a bit. Well, this comprehensive care guide will help you learn how to produce the healthiest water kefir grains ever! And find here legit information about the … Read more

Natural Treatments for Migraines

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According to the Migraine Research Foundation, migraine is one of the most common kinds of headaches that people suffer from all over the world. It can run in families with adults and children known to have them.  Migraine headaches aren’t just simply severe headaches; they are part of a neurological condition and … Read more

How to Start a Zero Waste Lifestyle

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Does your heart break for the environment, seeing all the waste on land and in the ocean? Do you want to do something about it but feel like your individual contribution would be too small? But do not take this to heart, no contribution is too small, especially if more and more … Read more

Benefits of Basil Leaves

Basil leaves

Basil (Ocimum basilicum) is a culinary herb from the mint family. It plays a significant role in the many Mediterranean – mainly Italian – cuisines. It’s the basis of pesto and adds a distinctive flavor to pasta, pizza, salads, and other dishes. It’s also widely used in some Asian cuisines, like Thai, … Read more

Top Uses of Rosemary

Top Uses of Rosemary

Rosemary, a fragrant evergreen herb native to the Mediterranean, is a bush that has needle-like leaves and flowers that are white, blue, purple or pink. Being in the family of herbs, it’s a culinary condiment with potential health benefits. It has been used for cooking purposes since at least 500 B.C.  In … Read more

Benefits of Belgian Dark Chocolate

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Chocolate comes from cocoa. a plant with high levels of minerals and antioxidants. The milk chocolate, white chocolate, semisweet chocolate, bittersweet chocolate, etc. contains cocoa butter, sugar, milk, and small quantities of cocoa. Dark chocolate is the second most popular type of chocolate. It is referred to as black or semisweet chocolate … Read more

Types and Uses of Chocolates

Different Sliced Chocolates

Chocolate is loved by people around the globe. Chocolate in real means several different things. With so many options and types of chocolate available, it’s overwhelming. A glance at the chocolate aisle of a grocery store confirms this fact. When you hear the word chocolate, it refers to something sweet milk chocolate … Read more

Surprising Health Benefits of Honey

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Honey is one of the few natural foods with a very long shelf life. Not only is it easy to have on hand, it’s also great for nutrition and medicinal uses. We might have grown too used to refined sugar, so it’s time to focus on how honey is a much better … Read more

Uses of Elderberry Syrup

Uses of Elderberry Syrup

  Many of us have heard about elderberry syrup for treating various ailments. We might also have made the mistake of thinking that this syrup is only for children, even though it might be useful for people of any age. These small, purplish-black berries make quite beneficial syrup, so we should read … Read more

Dairy or No Dairy? Toxins Found In Your Milk

Dairy or No Dairy? Toxins Found In Your Milk

For many people, no drink is healthier or more satisfying than a full glass of milk. We associate it with purity and wholesomeness. However, as is the case with most, the truth is a bit more complicated. There may be hidden dangers lurking in that gallon of 2% you bought from the … Read more