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Nuggets and Bats: How We Cook Today's Pandemics
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Nuggets and Bats: How We Cook Today's Pandemics

The consequences of COVID 19 are addressed, but not the causes that caused 200 new diseases such as Coronavirus in the last three decades. None were the product of bad luck. The predatory relationship with nature, the cruelty and unhealthiness of factory farms, the loss of potency of antibiotics and business ambition (2,200 hectares of forests were destroyed in quarantine in Argentina) make our world a bizarre place and every more and more dangerous.

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Why are government dietary guidelines harming the planet?

Around the world, the failure of official advice to provide sustainable and healthy diets is shocking, scientists say Official dietary advice around the world is harming both the environment and people's health, according to scientists who have carried out the most comprehensive evaluation of national dietary guidelines to date.
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The Argentine food trap: damaged stomachs and sloppy prices

Despite the argument that food is produced here for 400 million people, in the country it is increasingly expensive to access healthy products and the poverty figures go hand in hand with alarming data on malnutrition and obesity. . This inseparable pair, so deeply rooted and repeated in the expressions of popular language, is a possible synthesis of the defeat that Argentine food culture has suffered in recent decades.
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7 health benefits of eating gluten free

When you wander the aisles at your local grocery store or browse the menu at your favorite restaurant, gluten-free foods can seem very strange or too simple, if you are unfamiliar with them. It has long been debated whether these foods have lasting health benefits. or helpful factors for the body, but eating gluten-free is much more than just a fad diet.
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Hunger, the great pandemic

“For half the world to stock containers with outdated food while the other half starve to death is a supreme form of disgrace. But also a serious attack on our natural resources. “To produce those 1.3 billion foods that nobody is going to eat, we are using 1.
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Agroecological certifications: without poison and with social justice

"Agroecology is born of love or pain," says Joselo Trujillo, a producer from the town of El Pato, Berazategui, whose fifth was the second in the country to receive agroecological certification. In the case of his fifth it was the love of his mother, Trifona Flores: "Let's do that, it works, we will be much better," said the lady and her family was filled with love.
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FIGS Fruits or flowers? Add them to your diet

Historians often cite the Middle East as the home of civilization. Some of the earliest records of this culture describe the grains, vegetables, and fruits that they learned to grow from native wild species, such as fig trees. Modern science is discovering the many benefits of adding figs to your diet.
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Different culinary uses of hazelnut

Hazelnut is a dried fruit highly appreciated for its nutritional qualities, its flavor and its aroma. It is undoubtedly a good option to add to our diet.In addition to being rich and smelling good, it is energetic and has the ability to stimulate metabolism. Tasting them usually provides a pleasure as particular as its flavor.
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Vegetarian meatballs recipe

The classic meatballs are usually prepared with meat and other spices, and are added to various dishes such as stews or spaghetti. Their appeal lies in their ball shape, texture, flavor and juiciness, in addition to their size, since being a bite makes them easy to incorporate into any other dish.
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Kukicha tea: the star food for your health

Kukicha Tea is one of the best kept secrets exported from Japan. It basically consists of a mixture of branches, stems and leaves of tea tree that result in a star food that can be incredibly beneficial for our health and the proper functioning of our body.
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Hugelkultur: agricultural technique with low irrigation and high organic matter

Hugelkultur is an ancient German agricultural technique used mainly in places where the soil has various limitations. Ideal for those lands that give nothing: compacted soils, poorly drained areas, limited humidity. The German word means "Hill culture". The technique is simple and inexpensive or free, the proposal is to grow healthy foods even with a shortage of water for irrigation.
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Biribiri: exotic fruit full of medicinal properties

Biribiri, bilimbi, bilimbino, yellow caramboleira, sorrel or cayenne lemon, many are the names of this exotic fruit with such a surprising flavor. The biribiri fruit, scientific name Averhoa bilimbi, belongs to the Oxalidaceae family, like the carambola, although in appearance external, it resembles a cucumber and in flavor to a lemon, so sour.
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The benefits of hops for your health

Hops is a medicinal plant that has been valued for its sedative and antispasmodic effect. What are its main applications? What other properties are attributed to it? In this space we detail it.In ancient times, the Romans used hop flowers to fill their pillows and reduce sleep problems.
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Kefir to strengthen your defenses

Research suggests that consuming kefir may be beneficial to your health thanks to its probiotic content. Why include this food in the diet? In recent years, the popularity of kefir has increased considerably, especially in people seeking food supplements to improve their health.
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Top 10 health benefits of guarana

Guarana is a Brazilian plant, also known as Paullinia cupana, located in the Amazon area. It contains an impressive range of stimulants, such as caffeine, theophylline, and theobromine. It also includes antioxidants, such as tannins, saponins, and catechins. Interestingly, we use 70% of guarana in soft drinks, and the remaining 30 turns into powder.
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Nuggets and Bats: How We Cook Today's Pandemics

The consequences of COVID 19 are addressed, but not the causes that caused 200 new diseases such as Coronavirus in the last three decades. None were the product of bad luck. The predatory relationship with nature, the cruelty and unhealthiness of factory farms, the loss of potency of antibiotics and business ambition (2,200 hectares of forests were destroyed in quarantine in Argentina) make our world a bizarre place and every more and more dangerous.
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A homemade bread that does not age and made with potatoes

This is a homemade bread recipe with a special ingredient, the potato. Does not get old? Well, here we will give you that answer. For those who do not know, potato bread is a type of bread in which potato replaces wheat flour. There are several ways to cook it: in addition to the oven, you can use a pan or grill.
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Digital food? No thanks

The great winners of the pandemic have been digital platforms, which in addition to making astronomical gains have exacerbated inequalities and injustices - paradoxically, under an idyllic image that we are all connected. Now the agenda of these companies has advanced dramatically, also in the largest market on the planet: agriculture and food.
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Do you know hibiscus tea? It's taking the tea world by storm

You should consider swapping your “favorite” tea for something bright, bold, and delicious. Hibiscus tea is taking the tea world by storm, bringing luscious acidity and a hint of bright red in every nutritious and delicious cup - now we know it can be a challenge to set up your beverage of choice.
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This is how you can grow ginger in a pot

Ginger is a plant that we should all have at home, especially when cold weather arrives for its special properties to treat colds. The properties of ginger We remind you of the extensive list of properties of ginger: It reduces rheumatic and menstrual pain. It is effective against flu and colds, by promoting expectoration.
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