If you’ve considered puffing on an e-cigaretteOpens a New Window., chances are you’re a smoker trying to ditch the death sticksOpens a New Window.. You’ve probably heard cigarettes’ electronic brethren are less damaging to your lungs, deliver less uber-addicting nicotine and, fingers crossed, can help you wean off the traditional kind. Continue reading 8 Things Vaping Can Do to Your Body
Seeds would almost be the perfect food, except they’re calorie-dense. So a little goes a long way. “Aim for five servings a week, with a single serving being a quarter cup,” says Petitpain. Top yogurt and salads with seeds, and snack on them between meals, as you would nuts. While all offer nutritional perks, here are six worth noshing on. Continue reading These 6 Kinds of Seeds Make Tasty, Nutrient-Packed Snacks
When most of us tackle short ribs, we either braise them until they’re unctuous blocks of meat and molten fat or slice them thin and quickly grill in the style of Korean kalbi. This winter, try a third way from Philadelphia, where Yehuda Sichel, chef-partner at the haute delicatessen Abe Fisher, cures slabs of bone-in ribs in pastrami spices, smokes and slow roasts them, then slices the meat into spice-crusted pink ribbons of unbeatable tenderness. Continue reading How to Make Montreal-Style Short Ribs
It seems like everyone these days is talking about the keto diet. While many people participating in this lifestyle change are trying to lose a significant amount of weight – sometimes even as much as 50 pounds or more – others are trying it out to control chronic conditions such as type 2 diabetes. Those individuals are hoping that the keto diet can help them control their blood sugar and rely less on medication. But does it work? Can the keto diet really “cure” diabetes? Continue reading Can the Keto Diet Cure Diabetes?
High cholesterol doesn’t come with any symptoms, but that doesn’t mean it’s nothing to worry about. As you probably know, heart disease is the No. 1 killer in the U.S. for both men and women. And the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention notes having elevated levels of cholesterol puts you at a significantly higher risk for heart disease. Continue reading
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Before you start rolling, sample your mix—fry up a small amount of the mixture in a pan, taste, and adjust. For a tasty, caramelized crust, sear them in a cast-iron pan. (For smaller meatballs, such as the Swedish ones below, an oven gets the job done just fine.) Continue reading How to Make the Perfect Meatball
It’s a tale as old as time. You’ve come far in your weight loss, found a diet and exercise that work for you, and shed your goal weight — well, most of it. The last five to 10 pounds can be the hardest to shake, and often the old tricks don’t work.
There are certain cuisines which we like to eat over and over again. So when our favourite dish is made at our home, we always try that we eat the same dish three times a day. And so we often end up reheating the food items over and over again. But there are some food items which grow toxic when heated again.
Once the cooked potato cools down, the bacteria which causes botulism flourishes in it. This disease is seriously dreadful for our health. When you re-heat the potatoes, the bacteria flourishes. So if you really do care for your health, do not heat potato more than twice.
Spinach is undoubtedly beneficial for our health. It is one such veggie which is loaded with goodness. But apart from this, it is also loaded with nitrates. These nitrates, when heated, are converted into toxic substances.
Beetroot helps in blood production mechanism of our body. But just like spinach, beetroot is also rich in nitrates, which turn poisonous when heated.
Chicken is nourished with a high amount of proteins. But once again, the proteins gets difficult to be digested when heated again.
When the oil is reheated, toxic substance called aldehyde is produced. This chemical can single-handedly cause cancers.
Just like chicken, mushroom is also rich in protein, but the quantity is a bit lower than that of chicken. Certain elements of protein create discomfort in digestive system when they are reheated.
Eggs are yet another protein rich food which shouldn’t be heated again once cooked. It gets difficult for the digestive system to digest the reheated proteins.