Most recipes with chia seeds are for smoothies, desserts or bakes. But have you thought about boosting your salads and sandwiches with chia seeds? It is a great way to up the nutritional value of a meal, plus chia seeds are known to aid satiety, keeping you fuller for longer after a meal.
Most people know that oranges are a good source of vitamin C which helps to build up the immune system. But a recent small study has found that flavonol rich fresh orange juice could have another important impact with the will of Allah - improving cognitive brain function in elderly people.
Candida is an unpleasant and sometimes embarrassing condition, yet many people suffer from it. It is caused by yeast overgrowth where the candica albicans simply get out of control in your body. They cause inflammation and irritation in the gut and can also result in an unpleasant burning itch in the genitals.
Cabbage is not everyone’s favorite vegetable, but it should be. Recent research from UCLA has shown that cabbage could be far more effective in killing off cancer stem cells than any form of chemotherapy - specifically relating to cervical cancer. And all healing is from Allah.
There are very few people that don’t have a sweet tooth, and if you don’t agree with this statement try offering people something that contains less sugar than it normally would. They might not be able to put their finger on why it isn’t as tasty, they will just say it tastes bland. Unfortunately, most people are not aware of how much sugar they consume, much less that it is a sugar craving driving what they choose to eat.
Chia seeds are synonymous with healthy eating as they are one of the most nutritious foods available. While chia seeds may be tiny they contain omega 3 fatty acids, calcium, magnesium and phosphorous as well as vitamin B1 &B2. This means that you don’t need to feel guilty for having dessert when it’s made from chia seeds because you are getting a wealth of nutrition along with the great taste.