Monthly Archive: January 2015

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Buckwheat granola

  Granola is a combination of grains, dried seeds, fruits and sweeteners, and usually eaten for breakfast with the addition of milk. This recipe instead uses buckwheat instead of cereals, which are soaked and sprouted and then dried to obtain the granola crispness. Different seeds and dried fruits can be...

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Yogurt and cereals

  Combine a yogurt, your favorite breakfast cereals and blueberries for a great breakfast. Ingredients 1 cup of vanilla yogurt 1/2 cup breakfast cereals 4 tablespoons of blueberries Preparation Place the yogurt in a cereal bowl. Top it with cereals and garnish with blueberries. Use whole grain breakfast cereals. If...

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Strawberry and orange smoothie

  Smoothies retain all the parts of the fruit especially fiber, and thus help to delay the onset of hunger and have a greater nutritive value than clear juices. Smoothies can be prepared in the morning and taken to work, possibly in a glass jar and can be kept in...

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Simple sugar from meat associated with increased risk of cancer

  02.01.2015 – When carnivorous animals consume red meat this shows no adverse effects on their health, but that is not the case in humans. Epidemiological studies have shown that consumption of red meat increases the risk of many diseases, including cancer, atherosclerosis and type 2 diabetes. A study published...