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How to Make Your Food Look Good

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28 August 2016

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How to Make Your Food Look Good

When you’ve worked hard in the kitchen to cook a meal for guests or family that smells and tastes wonderful, you'll want to make sure it looks good!
 

As the saying goes, "your eyes eat before your mouth". Presenting your food in an attractive way really adds to its appeal, and really makes your dinning table look complete. 

 

To help you for your next dinner party, here are ten simple tips to help you:

7 Tasty Recipes to Make Using Chickpeas

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23 August 2016

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Chickpeas are such a versatile thing to use in the kitchen; you can eat them either hot or cold, canned or dried, they can be in your starter or your main, or as a side dish. Roast them, use them as a substitute for croutons in salad or turn them into a snack... Whatever the dish, we're sure we can all agree that the chickpea really is great. 

Not forgetting they're the main reason we're all addicted to the tasty, silky-smooth snack we love and know as hummus. God bless the chickpea! 

Why Camel Milk is Great For You

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2 May 2016

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Normally used for lugging weight from one place to another, the camel has many benefits, making it a valued member of the Middle Eastern society.
 

 Camel

 
With their ability to work through the tough weather conditions, and days without food or water, camels are unique in the way that they can continue a task through the harshest of circumstances.

Camels have a long history with mankind that dates back to thousands of years ago.

All About the Sirtfood Diet Plan

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1 May 2016

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There’s a new diet plan that’s taking the world by storm, and it’s said to be effective and ideal for losing weight in a natural and easier approach!
 

 Dark Chocolate

 
As trends keep coming and going, the Sirtfood Diet Plan trend has just arrived, and we don’t think it’s going away anytime soon!

All About Nut Butters

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15 March 2016

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It all started with coconut oil, and after they made our love for the oil strong, they decided to mess around with our emotions by introducing an assortment of nut butters.

 
We have all heard about how amazing nuts are for our physical well-being. But why?

Nuts have been linked to several benefits including lower cholesterol levels, protection against cancer and they help with brittle bones and muscles.

What is a Paleo Diet?

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7 March 2016

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What I am trying to say is that a Paleo diet is considered a non-traditional lifestyle adjustment now, because it restricts the consumption of gluten and sugar, which is the traditional norm today. 
 

Paleo Diet

However, looking back at history, at the brink of civilization, before the advent of technology, a human’s only source of food was through a Paleo régime.

 

10 Ways Being a Vegan Benefits Your Health

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17 January 2016

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10 Ways Being a Vegan Benefits Your Health

Traditionally, vegans - people who do not use, consume, or sometimes even wear animal products - were misunderstood as fringe eaters or alternative lifestyle freaks with an unnatural passion for animal rights, but the demographic of vegans and vegetarians is changing. A Hartman Group study found that 12% of Millennials are “faithful vegetarians”, compared to 4% of Gen X’ers and 1% of Baby-Boomers. In recent generations the percentage of vegetarians and vegans has steadily increased, with more and more regular folks, and not just token celebrities, embracing the lifestyle.

5 Wonderful Tips to Boost Your Immune System during Pregnancy

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19 October 2015

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5 Wonderful Tips to Boost Your Immune System during Pregnancy

In every woman’s life, pregnancy is the phase during which she undergoes radical physical, mental and emotional transformations. From being responsible solely for your actions, you also need to take up responsibility for the well-being of the baby growing in your womb. More so during pregnancy, when your immunity levels are already at an all-time low, you have to take further precautionary measures to keep yourself and your baby healthy. Does that mean you keep yourself locked safely indoors due to the fear of catching the bug from the germ-infested world outside? Surely not!

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