Leafy greens are nutrition powerhouses. They have plenty of vitamins A, C, and K to go around, not to mention they’re also high in fiber. Green leafy vegetables include kale, collard greens, Swiss chard, spinach, broccoli, cabbage, other greens, and Brussels sprouts. 315 more words
I made a batch of chilli yesterday. I froze five portions and had a portion as an adapted shepherds pie for dinner.
Sweet potatoes are higher in sugar than regular potatoes (hence the name sweet) but are much higher in vitamin A and have more vitamin C and fibre… 75 more words
UCLA researchers have published a ground breaking study correlating the influence of vitamin A on Tuberculosis, (TB). The researchers described the mechanism by which vitamin A and a specific gene assist the immune system by reducing the level of cholesterol in cells infected with TB. 338 more words
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We all know that exfoliation is good for the skin, but sugar – and especially salt – scrub is just so abrasive. Okay, so I know it wouldn’t be exfoliation if it wasn’t abrasive, but sensitive areas like facial skin deserve something more gentle.
Many people are aware and take advantage of the various libido-boosting foods available to them. Different nutrients can improve blood flow and circulation and sexual stamina is non-existent without strong blood circulation. 364 more words
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When it comes to looking refreshed, summer can be challenging, especially when it’s humid or if you’re physically active. To fight the heat, I keep my DIY on-the-go hydrating mist handy at all times for a no-hassle way to instantly cool, calm and protect my skin.