The food we eat—or do not eat—daily kills 11 million of us prematurely every year. So then, what should we eat?
For Maritza, the plan was simple: one month without sugar. The execution of the plan was much, much harder.
Taxes and death. Many of us try everything reasonable to avoid both, but, what if embracing one could help us to delay the other.
Few things in our day-to-day living are more influenced by tradition than our food choices, but sometimes, change is helpful.
Imagine a world where we don’t need to spend time preparing or cooking food. Sounds like an efficient use of time, but is it?
These tiny, oval, black or white seeds have been used as food and medicine for centuries by ancient South American civilisations. Now they’re also being grown in Australia and sought out as a health food.