Many of you have heard of clean eating to refresh your eating habits. It is about consuming less of the not-so-healthy meals and more embracing the healthy ones like fruits, vegetables, healthy protein and fat, as well as whole grains. The followings are 5 tips to clean eating:
Substitute your ‘refined grains’ consumption to ‘whole grains’ such as brown rice, whole wheat bread, and oatmeal.
Limit the consumption processed foods. First you have to be familiar with …
Tofu for You
08 June 2016
Tofu is a great protein alternative. Here are a few brilliant ways to spice up your Iftar and Suhoor feast with the not-so-boring tofu. For breakfast, swap out your egg on your morning scramble and switch it with tofu instead. Add some bell pepper, red onion, spinach or even garlic and turmeric and you got yourself your very own tofu scramble.
You can also swap your beef patty with tofu mixed with onion, mushrooms, garlic, cilantro, whole-grain ﬂaxseed breadcrumbs, tomato…
8 Hydrating Vegetables for a Summer Ramadan
08 June 2016
Lettuce – Hydration rating of 96% : Lettuce contains fiber, which keeps you fuller longer and maintains hydration because the leaves are packed with water.
Celery – Hydration rating of 95% : Celery is almost all water and gets a reputation for being “negative calories.”
Cucumbers – Hydration rating of 95% : With its diuretic properties for flushing out toxins in the dry summer months, cucumber is a must for every single meal.
Zucchini – Hydrati…
No Spilled Milk In The Kitchen
30 May 2016
Milk does more than we think. This household staple is one of the most versatile ingredients we could find in our refrigerators — but it’s also packed with nutrients that do more than keep our bones healthy.
Not only it’s great for children to support their growth, milk is also important for adults to maintain their bone mass and to reduce the risk of osteoporosis. We recommend for you to consume at least three dairy servings per day.
To make it ea…