Healthy Foods To Lose WeightMay 28, 2020
Most people are familiar with chia pets, often known as the “pottery that grows”, but did you know there are many amazing health benefits to this tiny seed?
Those who eat nuts on a regular basis have been found to have a lower risk of developing heart disease. This is because nuts are rich in several heart-healthy nutrients including phytosterols, magnesium, Vitamin E and fibre. Enjoy a small handful of raw nuts, or a little nut butter on oatcakes for your mid-morning snack.
What do I use it for? Basically, Irish moss can be made into a paste, or gel form. This can be used as a natural vegan alternative to gelatin. About one quarter cup of paste will successfully thicken about two cups of liquid. Use it to create incredibly creamy pudding, mousse, cream pie, merengue, sauces, dressings, dips, custard, ice cream, etc.
Chai seeds also taste better. You can make a very nutritious magnesium gel out of Chai seed that you can use in different kinds of food. Chai seed also remains fresh for longer.
Nori seaweed is extremely nutritious and is very good for your health. It is considered to be a “super food” because it is packed full of vitamins, nutrients and even some rare trace elements. Nori is very high in protein, iron and vitamin C. It is also a great source of vitamin A, vitamin B2, iodine, potassium and magnesium. Best of all is that it is extremely low fat!
There are traditional writings that state this plant can also be used in the treatment of hair loss and baldness, parasite infections and constipation. It would seem there are so many claims reported, it’s hard to keep up with them all. This little plant is truly amazing!
Make sure that the gel will not reach your eyes. It will be painful for the eyes and can make it teary. But just in case, immediately wash your eyes with clean water and let it rest for minutes.