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Why cheese is good…. and sometimes bad for you

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IF you’re concerned about calcium deficiency, milk, cheese and yoghurt are among the major sources of calcium, as well as essential nutrients including protein, iodine, and vitamin B12. One issue with dairy foods is that they contain high levels of…

Binibining Pilipinas 2016 Beauties Crowned

The quest for the coveted Binibining Pilipinas crowns ended early Monday morning of April 18 as winners of this year’s exciting pageant were revealed before a capacity crowd at the Big Dome.A climax of the competition which lasted for three…

Fruit, veggie scraps that add zest to cooking, salads

ABOUT one-third of all food is wasted globally. From raw to cooked food, over 1.3 billion tons of food is lost each year. Chef Steven Satterfield’s cookbook “Root to Leaf: A Southern Chef Cooks Through the Seasons” illustrated several tips…

Jasmine Curtis-Smith: Aiming for the Major League

As we all know, Aries-born Jasmine Curtis – her birthdate: 6 April 1994 in Melbourne, Australia– is the second youngest daughter of Filipina Carmencita Ojales and Australian lawyer James Ernest Curtis-Smith. Aside from her older sister Anne, she also has…

Tips on how to avoid uneven roasting of chicken

ROASTING chicken is the healthier method of cooking the meat than deep frying. However, the common problem in roasting the chicken is the difficulty to cook the meat very well and evenly. Flipping the chicken during roasting oftentimes result in…

Ways to make fish more appetizing

FISH is a versatile dish that can take on various flavors. Fish is a good source of protein without additional saturated fats you find in meat. It is also a good source of omega-3 fatty acids, which can have positive…

Healing wonders of carrots

CARROTS have gained a reputation that they help maintain and improve eyesight. But did you know that other than this, they have many medicinal properties? Carrots are rich in alkaline elements which revitalize and purify your blood. They nourish the…

Chinese New Year lucky foods to eat

IT’S been a tradition to eat “lucky” foods during New Year. Chinese celebration of New Year is very particular on foods which symbolize prosperity and long life. Unlike Filipino’s New Year observance which involves 12 kinds of fruits, sweets (salad…

Eat healthy and nourishing foods

WORDS matter to health conscious individuals especially when they’re trying to eat right. People tend to overeat when they’re consuming food that’s been labeled “healthy,” undermining their own efforts to improve their diet. And because the food is said to…

Meals to offset processed junk foods

TEENAGERS today are very much active than before as stress in school and other curricular activities are doubled. Stress in exams is ever greater and more threatening as studies and learning capacity of students increase. Teen life is really exciting,…

Meal plans that fight, delay aging

YOUR food is your medicine and your solution to youthful look. From good fats that supply essential oils to antioxidants that fight off free-radical damage, the right choice of foods will help you maintain radiant, glowing skin. Set aside those…
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