Author - Amy

Can You Eat Guava Seeds? Read Here

Can you eat guava seeds? Well, the good news is that these tasty little seeds taste great in guava juice or guava jelly, but you can also just eat them straight out of the tree, straight out of the fruit, or if you’re lucky, straight out of the guava flower. But if you’re looking for the best way to get the most for your fruit, you’ll want to buy your guava from a trustworthy source. A popular snack in Asia, guava [...]

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Can Dogs Eat Sunflower Seeds? Know Here

There are many different types of foods that you can feed your dog, including fruits, vegetables, meats, and grains. However, there are some foods that you should never feed your dog because they can be toxic to your dog’s health. These include chocolate, grapes, raisins, onions, raisins or grapes, and chocolate. Even though chocolate can be included in your dog’s diet, you should always supervise your dog when he is eating chocolate, since chocolate can be toxic to dogs. How many [...]

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Are Pumpkin Seeds Good For You? Read Here

What’s the best way to get rid of a stubborn belly? There’s no doubt that a big bowl of pasta is a favorite for Italian men. But, since you’re probably not eating pasta for dinner, what should you eat instead? If you’ve ever tried eating pumpkin seeds, you might have wondered whether or not they’re good for your body. Well, pumpkin seeds are not a common ingredient that you would find in many Indian or South Asian recipes, but pumpkin seeds [...]

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Can You Eat Pomegranate Seeds? Find Out Here

Fruit is a wonderful thing. A tasty, healthy, refreshing way to eat, it is also packed with flavor, texture, and nutrients. That’s why it’s so popular, and that’s why it’s so hard to keep up with all the new fruits that arrive on the market all the time. So, when a whole new fruit (or “super fruit,” if you will) comes along with a reputation as the best thing since sliced bread, it gets our attention. Pomegranates are one of the [...]

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What Are Flax Seeds Good For?

Flax seeds are a complete plant food that provides essential fatty acids, dietary fiber, protein, and lignin’s. The fiber from flax seeds aids in the digestive process, and the lignin’s in flax seeds reduce the risk of estrogen-sensitive breast cancer, which typically occurs in women who have also been exposed to the hormones estrogen and progesterone. Flax seeds are a superfood, packed with fiber and omega 3 fatty acids, but the best way to start incorporating them into your diet [...]

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Are Sunflower Seeds Good For You? Read Here

All seeds are nature’s most concentrated source of nutrients, nutritionally comparable to the meat of the coconut palm. And while they all have a similar caloric content, their nutritional composition varies. Some seeds, like peanuts, are high in fat, which is why they are often used in cooking and baking. Others, like sunflower seeds, are high in protein. Some, like flax seeds, are rich in omega-3 fatty acids. There are many times throughout the day that we can find ourselves in [...]

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Are Chia Seeds Good For You?

Chia seeds are an ancient food that has been cultivated in South America for thousands of years. The ancient chia seeds were the base for a starchy drink that was as food for the Incas, Aztecs and other ancient cultures. The seeds were also used for ceremonial purposes. Today, people use chia seeds for all sorts of things, from making a delicious snack to using them in cooking. They are a great source of dietary fiber and nutrients such as [...]

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Saffron & Turmeric Cauliflower ‘Rice’

Gluten-free Dairy-free Vegetarian Vegan A deliciously fragrant, low carb dish that tastes wonderful hot or cold. Serves 6 Ingredients 1 large cauliflower 1 white onion 1tsp turmeric good pinch of saffron 2 Tbsps coconut oil 1 cup of water (used in ½ cups) Method First melt the coconut oil in a large saucepan and add the chopped onion. Stir to coat in oil and lightly fry. Before the onion begins to brown add about ½ a cup of water as well as the spices. Stir to combine. Then place the lid on the [...]

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Raw cashew & maca ‘cookie dough’ truffles.

Gluten-freeDairy-freeVegetarianVegan Ridiculously easy to make these truffles are a treat that you can truly indulge in with no regrets. Packed full of delicious raw cashews and superfood maca they have a creamy ‘cookie dough’ texture. Makes about 15 Ingredients 1 ½ cups raw cashews½ cup raw maca ½ cup desiccated coconut5 pitted medjool dates1 heaped TBSP coconut oil 2 TBSPS raw cacao 2 TBSP desiccated coconut½ tsp cinnamon Method Place all ingredients into a high speed mixer (use a vitamix if you have)Process until you have a doughey like [...]

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Asian-Slaw

Raw Asian Slaw with black and white sesame, pistachios, cashew nuts & a Feel The Heat Superseed Boost.

Gluten-freeDairy-freeVegetarianVegan Bursting with vitamins A, C, D, E and K this salad is one of our favourites. Packed full of delicious nuts and seeds providing you with essential proteins and amino acids it does wonders for your skin and eye health. Crunchy and tangy with a little fiery kick thanks to out Feel The Heat Superseeds this salad gives any meal a real flavour and nutrient boost! ( Serves 4 to 6) Ingredients 1 small or ½ a regular sized red cabbage finely sliced6 [...]

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