Medicine is not your only ammunition against allergies during the summer months. What you eat can play an important role, so make sure you stock up on these foods. Here’s why they’re so good for you.
Salad is healthy and you probably want to eat more of it during the hotter months. But you don’t have to stick to boring recipes. Here are fresh ways to bring your salads to life.
When the heat turns up a notch, you want to ensure you stay hydrated. Drinking water is a must, but you can increase your water intake by reaching for foods that are packed with H2O. Here are some of the hottest – or coolest! – water-rich foods that make a splash.
You try to eat healthy but do you ever look at your plate and wonder how your food reached you? Did it notch up carbon emissions on its way? Were chemical fertilisers used during its farming process? Don’t cook up guilt as your side dish! Here are some of the most eco-friendly foods that also happen to be good for you.
Many people are switching to the Paleo diet and those who have made the switch are convinced that eating more like our ancestors (or even more like our grandparents) boosts energy, helps curb cravings and keeps your weight stable. A question that people keep asking, however, is whether it’s safe for kids or even babies?
Just in time for Organic Day today, 22 September, South African’s will be able to taste the world’s first Fairtrade and organic vodka.
Instead of your traditional braai for this year’s Heritage Day, why not consider a food swap party?
It has recently been outselling soy milk and linked to a variety of health benefits. Here’s why you should be drinking almond milk instead of dairy.
On Tuesday, Truth Coffee announced that they are the first coffee roastery in Africa, and probably the world, to roast on 100% biofuel. While the world renowned coffee house is founded on the principles of flavour and the pursuit of quality and excellence, one of their key principles is also to do the right thing.
Americans waste up to 30 to 40 percent of food, an excess of up to $165 billion a year, according to the United States Department of Agriculture. Which is why a New York app developer is launching an app to help restaurants and grocery stores combat food waste by finding customers who might pay for discounted food before it’s thrown away.