How to Make 14 Classic Pasta Sauces the Way Italians Do

By |2020-03-22T01:03:14+03:00April 20th, 2019|Categories: Food and Nutrition|Tags: , , , |

In Italy, they know how to make pasta sauces. It’s not exactly an instinct – it’s a culture, which can mean almost the same if you’re deeply enough imbedded in it! Those with a father or grandmother who made pasta sauces three, four, five days a week while they grew up can count themselves among this number. It’s not a question of getting the recipe right. It’s a matter of calmly improving on a process that’s been second nature since they were first allowed in

Olive Leaf: Little-Known Health Benefits & Ways to Consume

By |2020-03-30T23:18:54+03:00March 18th, 2019|Categories: Food and Nutrition, Health & Wellness, Natural Health|Tags: , , , , , |

You're probably aware of the health benefits that come from olive oil and that it's the superior choice over refined vegetable oils. Olive leaf, however, is a more unknown substance you'll want to learn more about to improve your health. Olive leaves come from the olive tree but should you not disregard them in place of the olives. The leaf contains oleuropein which is where most of the health benefits come from. As great as olive oil is you may not always want to consume

6 Natural Ingredients the Ancient Greeks Used for Skin Care

By |2020-02-05T21:26:47+03:00September 12th, 2017|Categories: Fitness & Beauty, Health & Wellness, Natural Health|Tags: , , , , , |

We have a lot to thank the ancient Greeks for, such as their governmental systems, cultural and artistic contributions, as well as their science and technology. But the ancient Greeks also used to use some amazing natural products to keep their skin looking beautiful that we still use today. 1. Herbs The ancient Greeks really loved their herbal baths because they were incredibly relaxing and helped to ease stiff muscles. Greek Athletes were also known to take herbal baths too. Today we too still herbal

Olive oil is the healthiest choice when it comes to frying food, study finds

By |2020-02-05T21:26:55+03:00November 13th, 2014|Categories: Food and Nutrition, Health & Wellness|Tags: , , , |

A new study published October 22 reinforces once again that olive oil is one of the best oils for cooking compared to other seed oils. Researchers based their conclusion on a few different factors, including nutritional content and the oil's ability to maintain quality under high temperatures. Published in the American Chemical Society's (ACS) Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, scientists note that various oils have different physical, chemical and nutritional properties that can be degraded under high heat and repeated use. Many cooking oils