Vitamin C, the B vitamins, zinc and iron are all critical nutrients to protect you against pathogens. One important issue is: Are you consuming these nutrients in the right ways?
Which kind of plant milk is the best for you? What are their nutrition values? Here are the answers!
Due to the wide-spreading novel coronavirus infection, citizens are recommended to wear masks when out of home for self-protection. However, wearing mask for long hours may lead to skin allergy, inflammation or other skin issues. Also, some people believe that masks can act as a physical sunlight shield, and therefore, ignore the importance of sun protection. Following a plant-based diet not only can help you boost immunity, but also enhance skin barrier and improve skin condition. What is the magic behind ?
The coronavirus pandemic is really changing our society, one of the major changes has to be our eating habits. With the slaughterhouses and meat plants affected by the global lockdown, many consumers are turning their attention to plant-based alternatives.
There is nothing better than having a chilled dessert to stay cool in this hot summer. However, you are likely to be shocked by the high fat and sugar contents of these summer treats, including the lovely melt-in-your-tongue ice cream. While summer has just begun, Green Common is here to help you understand the nutrition facts of commercial ice creams and teach you how to make healthier ice cream without the fatty dairy.
Speaking of superfoods, you must have heard about flaxseeds and chia seeds. Do you know the differences between these two types of seeds? Flaxseeds and chia seeds are both high-fiber foods that are rich in good fats. However, if you pay attention to food products in the market, you will find commercial flaxseed oil but not chia seed oil in grocery stores, and the application of chia seeds but not flaxseeds in making puddings. Let's learn more about them!
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