Don’t let him to make you cry

Can you imagine a recipe without the onions in it? If you’ve been eating an apple a day to keep the doctor away, you would be wise to add an onion a day to that regimen. This wonderful bulb-vegetable, one of the oldest edible food sources known to humankind, is found in a bewildering array of recipes and preparations, be it your favorite salad, or mouth-watering gravy or curries. It has also been in used in traditional medicines since ancient times for its health promoting and curative properties.


Who wants to eat a beauty?

Have you ever eaten flowers from your garden? Fruits, herbs and vegetables aren‘t the only things you can eat from your garden. From the earliest times, the blossoms of plants were used for sustenance, at first by trial and error and by watching what birds and animals ate. As time went on, traditions were established: it became known which flowers were edible and this information was passed on within families. A new research states that common edible flowers are rich in phenolic and have excellent antioxidant capacity. They can be added to your food to prevent chronic disease. 


Five health gift ideas for Mother's day

This Mother's Day, skip the flowers and give your mom something she really needs—the gift of good health.

There are many things you can do to give your mom a boost in terms of her physical (or mental) well-being. Most moms will truly appreciate that your Mother's Day gift is aimed at keeping her happy, healthy, and in your life for a long time. 


See the difference between eggs

Everyone knows, that eggs are rich source of protein — an important building block of bones, muscles, cartilage, skin, and blood. The body uses protein to build and repair tissues as well as making enzymes (that power many chemical reactions and the hemoglobin that carries oxygen in blood), hormones and other body chemicals.


Carrot cake

Nutrition of 1 bar (makes 10 bars): 380 kcal, 46 g carbs (1,2 g fiber), 20 g fat (2 g omega-3, 3 g omega-6, 10g monounsaturated, 5 g polyunsaturated, 6 g saturated, 50 mg cholesterol), 4 g protein, 11 µg vitamin K, 3 mg vitamin E, 13 IU vitamin D, 560 IU vitamin A, 13 µg folate, 31 mg calcium, 0,1 mg copper, 0,3 mg manganese, 15 mg magnesium, 63 mg phosphorus, 120 mg potassium, 9 µg selenium, 47 mg sodium, 0,4 mg zinc.