Yes, it is amazing how something that makes food smell so good can make a person smell so bad, but garlic has a list of health benefits that no one can put down. From helping to manage cholesterol and blood sugar levels, to prevention of gynecological disorders, to supporting immune function, the “stinking rose” gets the job done.
Coconut has long been a staple in the Far East and a treat in the western world. For many years it had an almost unanimously bad name in the health arena (along with another “tropical” vegetal fat source, palm) due to a high proportion of saturated fats – resoundingly related to modern day risks for cardiovascular diseases among others.
Spring is the season of rejuvenation, which makes it an ideal time to detox the body. This doesn’t necessarily mean going to a workshop or investing in special treatment. Just go out and get a bag full of artichokes, and start eating!
They’re not the enemy, but they aren’t a great comforter either. There’s no need to sneak around in the dark to enjoy them, but it’s important to decide when to cut them off. Here are the Ten Commandments for a sweet and healthier life.