Slaughter-Free Food Is The New And The Now Way Of Feeding The World

Slaughter-Free Food Is The New And The Now Way Of Feeding The World

In March Berlin was the home of Europe’s first professional animal protein alternatives conference organised by international food awareness organization ProVeg. The New Food Conference brought together scientists, researchers, food enthusiasts and entrepreneurs who are leading the slaughter-free, environmentally friendly and socially just food revolution. I was lucky to be present at the sold-out conference and this is part one of my two-part series on the future of food based on what I’ve learned (and tasted). The first…

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What is MIND Diet? Tips to Incorporate it in Your Meals

What is MIND Diet? Tips to Incorporate it in Your Meals

According to a recent study, a special diet prepared for the mind can help reduce the risk of Dementia, Alzheimer’s and other brain disorders. The study was conducted on 1,220 people aged 60 and above, over the course of 12 years. This diet is known as The MIND (Mediterranean- DASH Intervention for Neurodegenerative Delay) Diet that helps in preventing dementia. What is the MIND Diet? Mediterranean- DASH Intervention for Neurodegenerative Delay diet or the MIND…

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What Is the OMAD Diet—and What It Really Does to Your Body

What Is the OMAD Diet—and What It Really Does to Your Body

Dieting trends come and go, but one that’s seemingly here to stay is intermittent fasting. A new, bigger, badder, and more extreme fasting approach is the OMAD, or one meal a day, diet. The OMAD diet is exactly what it sounds like—people only eat one meal per day. The protocol is you must eat in the same four-hour window on a standard-sized dinner plate every day. The food can only pile up to three inches high,…

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What is the MIND diet?

What is the MIND diet?

While there are a lot of diets and foods that focus on physical and gut health, here’s a diet that helps with brain health! The MIND diet – which stands for Mediterranean-DASH Intervention for Neurodegenerative Delay – is the ideal way to maintain brain function. What does the MIND diet do? It prevents the onset of cognitive and neurological diseases like Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and so on. The diet was developed by nutritional epidemiologist Martha Clare…

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Biodiversity is more than just the forests

Biodiversity is more than just the forests

TOO often when we talk about biodiversity, it evokes a notion of forest destruction or species extinction. To many, it is just about the environment. Little do we realise, however, that in fact biodiversity is the foundation for human health. It underpins the functioning of the ecosystems on which we depend for our food and fresh water. It contributes to local livelihoods, to traditional and modern medicines, and to economic development. It aids in regulating…

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Is A Vegan Diet Healthy For Kids?

Is A Vegan Diet Healthy For Kids?

It’s January, and most of us are trying to get back to life as we know it after the festive season. You’ve probably noticed that the world at large uses the first month of the year to take stock of their habits, replacing bad ones with shiny new health fads that will probably last a couple of weeks at best. Although #Veganuary is a thing, veganism, on the whole, is proving to be more than…

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Think your salad is healthy? Here’s how hidden calories can affect your diet

Think your salad is healthy? Here’s how hidden calories can affect your diet

People often think of a diet as a specific weight-loss plan, but diet is simply the types and amount of food we eat. Even a salad can go from a diet meal to a full-blown diet disaster, with the additions of toppings like grains, cheese, and dressing. One dietician showed just how hard it can be to tell the difference. Australian dietician Paula Norris recently uploaded a picture of two seemingly identical salads on her…

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Spinach Is the Legit Superfood You Need in Your Life

Spinach Is the Legit Superfood You Need in Your Life

Call it the Popeye effect. While many associate spinach with its iron content, it’s actually the nitrates in those green leaves that give you a real-life power-up. Eating a diet rich in nitrates can potentially improve athletic performance, reduce cholesterol levels, and lessen the risk of heart disease, among other major pros: Nutrition Stats Serving Size: 1 cup raw spinach 7 calories .9 g protein (2% DV) 1 g carbohydrate 0.7 g dietary fiber (3% DV) 29.7 mg…

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