Between family lauches and dinners in company, the Christamas holyday was been rich of culinary appointments.
Vitamins: truth or myth?
Anti-aging, anti-oxidant, anti-stress and so on and so forth... the myth of vitamins is today very rooted in our culture. They are added everywhere: in alimentary products, in beverages and also in the cosmetics. What are exactly the vitamins?
Light idea for festivities
Festivities are coming and you know, at Christmas in addition to being nicer we are also more gluttonous. In the period of Christmas holidays, lunches and dinners together with relatives or friends are not counted, but the risk of exaggerate with fats and calories is always in ambush.
Dried fruits: an healthy home made snack
Drying has always been popular in the farming culture, because it is perfect for storing large quantities of fruits and vegetables collected during periods of abundance and then reusing them when there is no product availability.
Not all apples are equal
The apples are perfect if you want to do the full of tasty and wellness, not coincidence it is said that “an apple a day keeps the doctor away”. But between more than 2000 variety of apples present on our territory, Which is that is the best for us? What is the difference between the different kinds of apples? Let’s try to do clarity.
Bladder cherry: the mysterious berry
Have you ever heard of the bladder cherry? Surely yes, but maybe you know it as "Chinese lantern". This fruit is not only nice to seen, but has also a pleasant flavour, it is rich in vitamin C and has different benefical properties.
Watermelon mon amour
Looking for a solution to face the fatigues of these summer afternoons? No problem, the nature gives you the remedy: the watermelon.
Lime: not only for cocktail
Lime is the fruit of Citrus aurantiifolia, that grows up in tropical areas. The fruits are little and with a thin skin and are picked up still green, when they are more juicer.
Ginger: a friend for your health
Since ancient times, the ginger has been object of large trades. The popolations of the time, especially Greek and Roman, gave to ginger a very precious value, in fact to consume it they had to pay strong taxes.