Osteoporosis, or age-related bone loss, occurs when your bone strength decreases and your risk of a broken bone increases. According to research, it's the most common reason for a broken bone in elderly people.
Thin, petite women as well as small-boned men are at greater chance of developing osteoporosis, compared to those with larger frames and more body weight. If you've got a small frame - o... ››› more
If you're an asthma sufferer, you're very familiar with how drinking cow's milk can make it worse…
But while you may think that drinking milk worsens asthma by stimulating mucus production in your lungs, new studies suggest that it may actually be due to an undiagnosed milk allergy!
Read on to learn more about the link between asthma and an undiagnosed milk allergy…
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Have you noticed how many cosmetic products on the market nowadays contain coconut milk? If you ask me, it's awesome!
I love coconut milk because it's naturally hydrating and packs wonderful brightening properties. And guess what? You don't need to splurge on the most expensive coconut milk skincare goodies to achieve a flawless complexion - you can mix up your own at home.
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Don't you wish you could just bleach those pesky dark circles and patches that come up when you're sleep deprived or stressed? Well now you can... using an all-natural remedy!
In fact, you probably already have a bottle of this skin-brightening remedy in your fridge: It's raw milk!
Read on to learn how you can use cold raw milk on your face to get rid of dark circles.
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Have you been trying to shift into eating healthier, but just can't imagine your life without dairy? I feel you! I, too, mourned the death my beloved cow's milk and cheese when I said bye-bye to dairy-based milks and cheeses.
However, my grief soon lifted upon discovering the surprisingly rich and creamy taste that nut-based varieties deliver. In fact, I realised I wasn't missing anything!
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Let's face it - everyone's attention is focused on food right now. Whether it be fad diets, nutrition tips or simply interesting foodie facts, you can never know enough about food when it comes to your health!
On that note, I'm sharing seven downright fascinating food facts that you probably didn't know about. Prepare to have your mind blown. You're welcome.
Seven fascinating food facts
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This delicious smoothie is thick, creamy, and full of sweet fruit flavour. The recipe is easily doubled or tripled to serve more, too! I hope you enjoy it.
Skinny strawberry smoothie recipe
1 cup frozen strawberries
3/4 cup non-dairy milk (almond milk or cashew milk works well)
1 tsp butter extract (you can substitute vanilla extract instead)
Stevia to taste
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I just love cashew milk, so you can only imagine how much I love this recipe! This vanilla cashew smoothie is loaded with ingredients to manage your get up and go. It's super-simple to make, and the avocado adds great nutritional value. I hope you enjoy it!
Vanilla cashew smoothie recipe
1 cup organic cashew milk
1/2 frozen banana
1/4 ripe avocado
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Loaded with potassium for hydration and carbohydrates for regeneration, this chocolaty smoothie will help you out after an intense workout. By blending up this divine drink, you can kiss fatigue and prolonged muscle soreness goodbye! Just make sure to enjoy it right after you work out.
Banana cacao recovery smoothie recipe
1 frozen banana, peeled an... ››› more
There are so many great dairy-free milks on the market at the moment. Perfect for both lactose-intolerant as well as vegan foodies, dairy-free milks aren't only a great healthy alternative to normal cow's milk - they're delicious too!
I'm sure you've heard of the most popular ones… You know - almond milk, coconut milk, soy milk and so on. But have you heard of rice milk? It's growing in popul... ››› more
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