Lentils are low in calories and rich in protein, dietary fiber, B vitamins, iron, folate, magnesium, zine, and potassium,
Pineapples are delicious, versatile, and loaded with nutrients and antioxidants. Their impressive health benefits include improved digestion, a lower risk of cancer, and osteoarthritis relief.
Three ingredients and a blender are all you need to make this delicious vegan treat. This recipe can be adapted for many fruits and flavors. Just blend and enjoy!
I used to think that “healthy” and “low calorie” meant “less than delicious.” I thought that “sweet” was a synonym of “fattening.” Then I met The Mango.
Vitamin E acts as an antioxidant, scavenging free radicals that can damage cells. Almonds, asparagus, and avocado are rich in Vitamin E.
There are many opinions about which products are best if you want to avoid all animal products, as well as refined sugar and unhealthy oils. Here are a few suggestions that are widely available even if you don’t have access to specialized vegan stores.
This is a website for anyone who wants to eat more plant foods.
Oats may be humble, but they are a powerhouse of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.
Kiwis are exceptionally high in vitamin C. A 3.5-ounce (100-gram) kiwi provides more than 80% of the average daily vitamin C requirement.
A cup of cooked kale provides almost five times an adult’s daily need for vitamin K, around 15–18% of their calcium need, and about 7% of the daily phosphorus requirement. Possible benefits include helping manage blood pressure, boosting digestive health, and protecting against cancer and type 2 diabetes.