Sweet Conspiracy: A History of Deadly Scientific Mistake
For almost 40 years, we have been afraid of saturated fats, abandoning them in the name of health and harmony. Although back in 1972, the English scientist John Yudkin strongly…

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How to eat carbohydrates and not get better
Your girlfriend eats pasta at night and doesn’t get better by a gram, and you follow a variety of diets, but get fat anyway. Life hacker understands why this happens,…

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Fiber and Health
Question: Today everyone is talking about fiber, how it is needed and useful. And what will happen if you do not use it? Answer: In everyday life, most people focus…

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Agave – a unique plant

Agave is a perennial stemless plant that belongs to the genus Succulent, loves the desert or semi-desert. Zone of natural distribution – Mexico, Central and North America, the Mediterranean. There are about 400 species of agave. In appearance, agave is similar to the aloe plant familiar to all of us.

The leaves of the agave are dense, fleshy, covered with a wax layer with a hard shell and a prickly edge, form a basal rosette. The color of the plant varies from gray-green shades to green-blue. For industrial use, blue agave is the best.

From Latin, the name agave is translated as “amazing.” Continue reading

Rise at 5 in the morning, ice baths and a vegetarian diet: how I led a healthy lifestyle for a year
In early 2017, I could not get out of bed. January has just begun, and I no longer kept the New Year’s promise to go to the gym again because…

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About the benefits of ginger
Ginger is a genus of perennial herbaceous plants from the Ginger family. Raw or processed rhizomes of this plant are also called ginger. It is believed that the scientific name…

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How to distinguish quality olive oil from counterfeit?
To date, olive oil has become widespread among Russian consumers as one of the most useful vegetable oils. It is the best source of monounsaturated fatty acids among all vegetable…

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