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Articles about yoghurt

Lifestyle
by TerrieTez
8 years ago
Chocolate Heaven

Chocolate, especially dark chocolate, is an indulgence that almost everyone enjoys. The brittleness of breaking a piece off and the contrast of the silky smooth taste as you put it in your mouth awakens the feeling of contentment and happiness and you find yourself in chocolate heaven.Your negative emotions drift away are are replaced by sheer bliss.

Lifestyle
by Emmy
8 years ago
Healthy School Lunch Box Ideas

We all want the best for our children and this often starts with providing nutritious and healthy food. This article will explain what food groups make up a healthy lunch and why, before giving some healthy school lunch box ideas.

Health
by ErikRose
9 years ago
Tips on How to Eat Healthy Food Every Day to Lose Weight

It's easy to eat healthy food every day to lose weight and become fitter, happier and improve your life all round. Eating for fitness and to shed that excess weight does not have to be hard work and you don't have to count calories at every meal. ...

Health
by ManicScribbler
10 years ago
Bilberries (or blueberries) - Nature's little miracles

Bilberries, or blueberries (Vaccinum myrtillus) are one of nature's little...

Lifestyle
by Matylda Bajer
5 years ago
Gundruk, Make Your Own Dairy-Free Probiotic

Find out how to make your own vegan friendly probiotic rich food with this easy recipe. It's really healthy and perfect for people with lactose intolerance! 

Health
by Marcin
8 years ago
Can You Become Lactose Intolerant?

Can you become lactose intolerant? Under some genetic or internal circumstances yes, but this problem can be successfully solved by usage of proper diet additional products and pills intake, as well as by undertaking doctor's surveys to find out about intolerance level. To learn more, proceed to my article.

Health
by radhikasree
8 years ago
Parents' Role in Growing Kids Healthy

Parents play an important role in raising their kids. A healthy kid is the asset to a nation and therefore parents must grow them healthy.

Health
by Lexi Jane
8 years ago
Children's Nutrition: Guidelines for 4-8 Year Olds

Recipes and nutritional basics geared towards your 4-8 year-old.

Technology
by JudyE
9 years ago
Cattle Breeds - The Kerry

The Kerry cow is a rare breed and believed to be one of the oldest breeds in Europe. It is ideal for smallholdings and holds its own on subsistence farms in southern and western Ireland. The butterfat globules are small and more easily digested making the milk ideal for babies and invalids. High quality yoghurt and cheese are also produced.

Lifestyle
by Aviator
8 years ago
Easy Aubergine Fritters

Enjoy the versatile aubergine cooked in an entirely different way. A simple and very filling vegetarian recipe which is very popular at home.

Health
by Vinod Pillai
8 years ago
Moringa - A Very Useful Tree

Commonly known as Moringa or Drumstick, Moringa oleifera is a very useful tree with numerous benefits. All parts of the tree are used - the bark, roots, seeds, pods, leaves and even the flowers. The tree has some amazing properties and is worth our attention.

Health
by Lexi Jane
8 years ago
Children's Nutrition: Guidelines for 2-3 Year Olds

Recipes and nutritional basics geared towards your 2-3 year-old.

Lifestyle
by Yindee
5 years ago
The Healthiest Eats and Treats for Parties, Picnics and Feasts

Entertaining and giving treats are usually associated with breaking diets and eating junk food. So here are the basig guidelines to provide healthy alternatives to suit the pickiest of eaters. Lay out a glorious festive spread to suit everybody. Or pack up a picnic and enjoy some beautiful scenery. 

Lifestyle
by Ciri
8 years ago
Recipe to Make Bread-How to Make Homemade Bread

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Lifestyle
by JudyE
8 years ago
Low Cholesterol Soup Recipes

Low cholesterol soup recipes are beneficial even for those who have no worries with high cholesterol. Everybody benefits from low fat/low cholesterol/low salt recipes and the following soups are delicious as well as being nutritious.

Lifestyle
by Isobel Lowe
5 years ago
Easy Peasy Camp Breakfasts

Simple ideas for breakfast on camp. Why not try something new while you're away?

Health
by JudyE
9 years ago
Sulphites as a Food Additive

Sulphites are added to many foods. If levels are low, listing of the ingredient is not required. However for those with a sulphite allergy, small amounts add up. An unsuspected intake of sulphite is highly dangerous, even fatal, for an asthma sufferer who has an allergy to the substance. Sulphites are present in all sorts of foods and it is imperative that asthma sufferers with a sulphite allergy educate themselves as to what products are potentially harmful.

Lifestyle
by Imprimatur
7 years ago
Really Simple and Healthy Easy Soups

I really love soup and I will cook some at the drop of a hat. However, I don't like hanging about in the kitchen for too long, because I have other things to do. And another thing, I like my food to be nourishing, tasty, healthy and comforting.

Health
by HannahG
5 years ago
How to Get your Children to Eat More Fruit and Veg

A guide for how to get your children to eat well and enjoy the resulting health benefits.

Lifestyle
by Yindee
6 years ago
Sweet Potatoes for Gluten-free Gnocchi, Crumpets, Fairy Cakes and Fritters

We all miss our favourite crumpets, cakes and other comfort foods that contain wheat or eggs when on a special diet. Here is the sweet potato alternative! Cooked and mashed it makes a wonderful dough base for burgers and patties. Add it to rice flour and enjoy food like never before!

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