Our immune system recognizes, attacks and destroys the pathogens that infect the body. The immune response is determined by factors such as genes, environment, lifestyle, fatigue, underlying diseases and diet.
The new coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) was first detected in December 2019 in Wuhan, China. It has since been spread to all continents and is such a significant biological hazard that mankind hasn't faced for decades. But who is to blame for the appearance of this new coronavirus?
Quarantine: shopping and cooking. Ideas for preserving food, shopping, and cooking, with references to favorite recipes. Because, we stay at home, but we can still cook delicious and nutritious meals!
For a life full of quality and health, we should include garlic in our diet. This ancient herb with multiple uses, nutrients and medicinal properties.
Fried foods are definitely not the best choice for our diet. Nevertheless, we do not stop eating them. At least let's learn how to fry our food, limiting its harmful effects, choosing the healthiest and most proper oil.
Fat is an essential component of our diet. Other fats are extremely harmful to our health and others have surprisingly positive effects. It's time to clear them up.
Nutritional yeast has a strong rich flavor that is overly similar to cheese, which makes it a must-have in vegan cuisine. Its enrichment with vitamins and especially with B12, can make the nutritional yeast the ultimate B12 intake source for humans.
Characteristics of the different types of diets. Vegan, Vegetarian, Raw Food, Fruitarian, Ethical Omnivorous, Macrobiotic etc.
Chestnut is a beloved winter delicacy for young and old alike, and is used in countless vegan recipes. It's a nut, loaded with important nutrients, with a unique flavor that can be combined in an impressive way with a variety of foods.
The nutritional value of pumpkin is as few as vegetables. Those of you who have this superfood at home, use it in your vegan creations, for incredible delicious recipes and numerous health benefits.
How do farm cows live? Do they happily run around in meadows, just like in ads? Or is their life more miserable that we can possibly imagine?
Over the past few years, there has been a controversy, which has been fueled by conflicting research on fish welfare, which is summed up by one question: Do fish feel pain? We should all focus on these wonderful voiceless creatures as well.