Superfoods: what are they really good for?

Superfoods: what are they really good for?

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Superfoods have become extremely popular in the world of nutrition and health. They promise both exceptional flavour and a multitude of health benefits. But is the hype surrounding these foods, which are praised as being particularly rich in nutrients, justified? In this article, we take a closer look at these hyped foods.

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Cake – a short introduction of its history

Cake – a short introduction of its history

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The word “cake” was borrowed from the Vikings. They called round and dense sweetened bread “kaka”. Kakas were given to people as tokens of appreciation and love. And because the ingredients used were usually hard to come by and expensive.

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Kumquat – the golden olive-shaped delicatessen

Kumquat – the golden olive-shaped delicatessen

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The kumquat is the smallest representative of the citrus family, related to oranges, lemons and grapefruits. And its shape resembles of a large golden-coloured olive.

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Chia seeds – an ancient powerhouse

Chia seeds – an ancient powerhouse

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It is known that Aztecs would enjoy drinking water with chia seeds and lemon. It is full of benefits and can be used for many recipes.

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How to read a nutrition label?

How to read a nutrition label?

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As consumers, we need to pay close attention to nutritional information when selecting the products that will fill our plates. But as you know, this is easier said than done, as food packaging is first and foremost a marketing tool to sell the product. This is why in this article, we’ve gathered information on what to look for and how to interpret it!

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The myth about blood oranges

The myth about blood oranges

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Apart from being more intense in colour, blood oranges benefit from additional antioxidant properties locked inside the anthocyanin pigment.

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