5 healthy spring flower and herbal leaf teas

Hello, spring is coming. Maybe not yet in Finland, spring in Finland usually starts in May. In Vietnam we calculate spring from January so now is spring time with me. Today I will share with you 5 healthy spring teas and some important notice about these teas. You can find these leaf and flowers in… Continue reading 5 healthy spring flower and herbal leaf teas

6 easy and yummy passion fruit drink recipes

Passion fruit is a healthy, refreshing, and delicious summer fruit; you can enjoy it at any time in the year. Passion fruit has a high amount of vitamin C and good for your body. This fruit contains many natural phytochemical, beta-carotene, and many other health-giving properties. Passion fruit also has antiseptic phytochemicals which have an… Continue reading 6 easy and yummy passion fruit drink recipes

Dandelion’s Key Components, Health Benefits, Side Effects and Cautions

Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) has a long history of using as a folk medicine in Europe, Asia, and American. Dandelion  grows in nature like weeds in everywhere from Asia, Europe, and America. You can find dandelion tea and supplements in many supermarkets as a dietary supplement. People use dandelions as a diuretic supplement, foods, and tonic… Continue reading Dandelion’s Key Components, Health Benefits, Side Effects and Cautions

6 Blueberries’ Key Health Benefits and Healthy Evidence

Blueberries are naturally colored blue. Like other colorful fruits and vegetables, blueberries have the ability to subdue oxygen free radicals. A 2010 study by the US Department of Agriculture’s Center for Aging found that blueberries contain the highest levels of antioxidant in comparison with 40 fruits and vegetables. Scientists found that several blueberries phytochemical compounds… Continue reading 6 Blueberries’ Key Health Benefits and Healthy Evidence

5 Questions You should Ask before using Stinging Nettle

Urtica dioica L., of the Urticaceae family, is commonly known as a stinging nettle or burn nettle. Stinging nettle (Urtica dioica L.) has a long history of usage since the ancient’s time. Currently, this leaf has received attention as a source of fiber and alternative medicine. In many cultures, nettle is also eaten as a… Continue reading 5 Questions You should Ask before using Stinging Nettle

4 Easy Rosemary Tea Recipes and How to Make

Rosemary is a member of the mint family. This herb has a good source of fiber, iron and contains antioxidants: carnosic acid and carnosol. Rosemary also contains many phytochemicals like rosmarinic acid, camphor, caffeic acid, ursolic acid, and betulinic acid. Rosemary’s natural chemicals act as stimulants to support your memory. You can use rosemary tea… Continue reading 4 Easy Rosemary Tea Recipes and How to Make

Low Sugar Candied Orange Peels

Oranges are one of the most consumed and favorite fruits. Everybody love orange juice, fresh oranges but we always throw away orange peels. But the truth is orange peels are good to your health and eatable. The peels contains high amount of vitamin C, insoluble fiber and many essential minerals. One hundred gram of orange… Continue reading Low Sugar Candied Orange Peels

Healthy Orange Jam with Low Sugar and High Fiber

Happy New Year 2015!!!!! A new year has come with happiness and many new things waiting. Let’s cook something healthy and taste good for celebrate a new year. Today I make orange jam with a Greek recipe with low sugar and high fiber to celebrate 2015. This recipe is quite the same with marmalade by using oranges and oranges peel in the jam. However, this recipe is faster,… Continue reading Healthy Orange Jam with Low Sugar and High Fiber