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Grow ginger at home for health
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Grow ginger at home for health

Surely you have already read on our website about the benefits of ginger for your body. The aroma of ginger is used for many therapeutic purposes. Ginger also helps to improve circulation, prevent dizziness and calm some symptoms of flu and cold.If you have already started to include it in your diet, what better way than to grow it at home.

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Top 10 health benefits of kefir

Kefir is a yogurt-like dairy product that can easily be included in almost any diet. It has less lactose than other dairy products, in fact it is so low in lactose that even people with lactose sensitivities can consume it. It can be found in almost any grocery store and is quite affordable.
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Vegetable Calcium: bone health does not depend on dairy

For a long time the information that circulated was that the only way to incorporate calcium into our body was through the intake of dairy products. But not drinking milk does not prevent good bone health. Calcium is an essential nutrient for good tooth and bone health and we can find high concentrations in many foods of plant origin.
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Eating plums, many benefits for your health

Plums or "Prunus domestica" are a superfood and have a lot of flavor. Recently, a dietitian shared the health benefits of these delicious, compact superfoods. Packed with vitamins: Like most fruits. It is important to take into account which ones are in them and which minerals activate them.
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Top 10 Health Benefits of Celery Juice

Until now, celery was eaten as a condiment as a healthy snack, but the potential health benefits that come from celery juice is one reason people refer to it as an herbal healer. Celery juice, as the name implies, is the juice squeezed out of celery, there are many benefits associated with juicing rather than eating the whole vegetable.
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"Veggie Challenge", a month without meat to combat climate change

In a few days the "Veggie Challenge" will be launched, the Vegan Challenge in Spanish, which challenges you to stop consuming meat for thirty days to combat climate change. Are you ready? There are more than 166,000 people, who have already joined the challenge of changing their diet in favor of caring for the planet. They start on March 1st.
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Control of garden insects with chromatic traps

These traps are of great help in our garden, some pests are capable of recognizing colors such as yellow, green, blue, red, white and now as a novelty, the black color trap is used with excellent behavior in the capture of tuta absolu ( tomato miner). These traps are based on the attraction that certain insects have for certain colors.
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The huge benefits of eating artichokes

Artichokes are an intimidating looking vegetable for the unfamiliar. But don't let the sharp spines or geometric exterior scare you off. With a little knowledge and the right dipping sauce, artichokes make a delicious and outstanding healthy snack. Artichokes have many health benefits, here are 10: -Rich in antioxidants: artichokes are packed with phytonutrients with antioxidant benefits that help with everything from preventing cancer to strengthening your immune system.
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How to make pita bread at home

Pita bread is a type of bread that has its origin in the eastern Mediterranean. It is a soft bread that does not rise much because it does not take too much fermentation.It is a bread that due to its characteristics can be adapted as a companion to any preparation, such as the classic aubergine (Baba ganoush) or chickpea (Hummus) sauces .
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Eating edamame could help you in your diet

Not familiar with edamame? Ok, these are immature soybeans that have been a mainstay in Asian cuisine, particularly Japanese, for centuries. Edamame is very versatile. This is because it can be eaten on its own or used to enhance the taste and nutritional value of a wide range of foods, and they are becoming increasingly popular in the United States and most of North America.
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Flow Hive: an invention to have honey without stressing the bees

We are already informed about the essential role of bees for our sustainability on the planet: these insects not only produce honey, but are also the main pollinators. The Flow Hive is a novel invention that allows you to obtain honey without stressing or fuming the bees. But not only does it save these insects stress, it could also save them from extinction.
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Frutaletas: refreshing fruits for children

An easy, healthy and fun dessert for kids. Also designed for summer birthday parties.With this easy dessert named fruitlets you can add more fruits to the children's diet.INGREDIENTS1 watermelon1 melon1 pineapple Popsicle sticks Colored grains, grated coconut, oatmeal, cereals, etc. to decorate.
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Having a garden on the balcony is possible

With a couple of planters, you can create an urban balcony garden where you plant vegetables or aromatic plants. MATERIALS AND TOOLS - Coconut fiber - Plastic planters - Stones - Plants - Substrate - Aerator - Brush - Gloves - Shovel - Watering can - Pruning shears STEP BY STEP - Prepare the substrate - Plant your garden What can we plant?
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Neither carnivore nor vegetarian, the new trend: flexitarian

Many of us, when we consider a healthier diet, we begin by progressively leaving red meat, reducing its weekly consumption, then we are leaving chicken and finally fish. But there is an alternative that conceives of eating meats sporadically, without damaging our health, and it is called 'flexitarianism'.
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18 excellent reasons why you should include papaya in your diet

Did you know that papaya has many nutritional benefits, such as aiding digestion and reducing the risk of cancer? Not only is it delicious, it can help your body in so many ways! Here are 18 good reasons why you should include papaya in your diet: -It helps clear acne and skin infections, as it helps to open clogged pores.
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Chocolate and its health properties

Since pre-Hispanic times, cocoa and chocolate have been used for their medicinal properties, not only for their exquisite flavor. Cocoa and chocolate act on the body because they improve vascular flow. In this way they tend to preserve the function of organs such as the brain, heart, and kidneys.
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Top 10 health benefits of oranges

The fruit comes in many forms, from Jaffa oranges to blood oranges, and all of them are delicious and healthy. Before refrigeration and express shipping, oranges were a rare and expensive gift eaten only on vacation. Now they're everywhere! Oranges are a great source of vitamin C and packed with other antioxidants that are good for you.
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The "fake" yogurt that is all the rage among vegans

This yogurt is transcending the limits of veganism and finding great acceptance in other audiences due to its low sugar content and absence of lactose. Lately, commercial yogurts are in the spotlight. The market has deformed the classic yogurt with additives, colorants, thickeners, flavorings, etc.
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Can coffee and chocolate increase intelligence?

We all know that coffee has been our company when we are not sleeping, and, at least for women, chocolate has been our emotional support. It turns out that our "go-to" may be helping our brains, too. Perhaps the answer to creating superhuman intelligence lies in coffee and chocolate.
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What is dietary fiber and why are we not getting enough?

According to an article published in the American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine, adequate intake of dietary fiber is linked to a number of health benefits. These include a lower risk of heart disease, stroke, hypertension, certain gastrointestinal disorders, type 2 diabetes, and certain types of cancer.
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