Natureland Magazine

Pro’s and Con’s of Flaxseed Types

Pro’s and Con’s of Flaxseed Types

Flaxseed has for centuries been hailed as a nutrition gem. The problem is that the tough outer shell keeps all the nutrition inside. This means the seed needs to be processed in some form in order for your body to be able to absorb the nutrients. 

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7 Health Benefits of Coconut Oil

7 Health Benefits of Coconut Oil

Everyone is raving about coconut oil as though this miracle source of food has only just been discovered. Yet there are people around the world that have known this truth for centuries. In South East Asia, the Pacific and India where coconut is a staple in traditional dishes, these nations boast some of the healthiest people with the greatest longevity. 

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Why Omega 3’s are important – Chia seeds

Why Omega 3’s are important – Chia seeds

You may have heard a lot of talk about Fats, Omega 3’s and Omega 6’s, but what does it really mean for you and your health. What are Omega’s and what part to they play in achieving good health?

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Who knew Pineapple could be this powerful?

Who knew Pineapple could be this powerful?

The core of the pineapple holds a wonderful secret for those interested in natural therapies and holds great promise for further research of cancer treatments. Even more interesting is that this little secret is not new. It has been reported on since the 1970’s and been used as part of traditional medicine in tropical regions for centuries.

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Why Millet is good for your digestive health

Why Millet is good for your digestive health

Even though millet has been a food staple for many traditional cultures for centuries, few people living in modern cities have tasted millet, let alone been made aware of its health benefits. Instead millet is often used in bird and animal feed. 

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How to prepare the perfect bowl of Millet

How to prepare the perfect bowl of Millet

Millet is one of the lesser known grains, yet it is extremely nutritious and easy to make. It can be boiled or steamed. If you enjoy a nutty flavour some people recommend dry roasting the millet before cooking it. 

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