Category: Nutrition Tips

9 Healthy Snacks You Can Eat At Your Desk

Nothing gets in the way of a productive day more than an afternoon slump, so don’t let that late afternoon sleepy, sluggish feeling leave you reaching for the coffee and chocolate biscuits for a pick-me-up! Here are my top healthy, office-friendly snacks that will give you a natural energy boost while keeping your blood sugar ...

5 Reasons Why You Should Use More Cinnamon

  Cinnamon, the warming fragrant spice that comes from the bark of the Cinnamon tree not only makes your porridge taste great but it also has a bundle of medicinal properties too!   Why should I eat Cinnamon? Antioxidants: cinnamon has more free radical fighting antioxidants than many “superfoods” such as garlic and oregano. It’s ...

6 Health Benefits of Teff: Africa’s Very Own Super Grain

Teff is a is a gluten-free Ethiopian grain that is traditionally ground into flour to make injera, a fermented flatbread. Teff is not only the world’s tiniest edible grain but it’s also one of the most nutritious. Don’t be fooled by its petiteness; this poppy seed sized powerhouse is packed full of essential minerals and ...

Popeye Was Right: Spinach Health Benefits Uncovered

Did you know that spinach, the edible flowering plant that gave Popeye muscles is considered to be better for your eyes than carrots? Reasons you should eat spinach more often: The World’s healthiest food: ranking excellent in many vitamins and minerals spinach is considered as one of the healthiest foods on earth. It is jam packed ...

Why Everyone Should Eat Pumpkin Seeds

Pumpkin seeds, a healthy grab-n-go snack that doesn’t need to be refrigerated. These little lovelies rank top 10 most nutritious seeds and taste pretty great too! Why should I eat pumpkin seeds? High in magnesium: just a 1/4 cup of pumpkin seeds gives you nearly 1/2 the recommended amount of the magnesium needed a day. Magnesium is ...

Parsley The Undercover Superfood

Did you know? Parsley has twice as much iron than spinach and nearly 3 times as much vitamin C than oranges. But the little green herb that most people push aside their plate rather than eat, is so much more than just a garnish. Parsley packs a mighty punch of health promoting nutrients.   Why ...