Rice, wheat or corn are some of the most common cereals in any kitchen. However, there are many other ones, many of them suitable for people with celiac disease.
In this slideshow, you will discover the flavors and health benefits of bulgur, amaranth, buckwheat and many others. Click “Continue” to keep reading and learn more.
Among New Year's resolutions, quitting tobacco is top. To achieve this, willpower is important but sometimes simply not enough. Luckily, there are some aids, such as the consumption of certain foods, which will make the path to a healthier life easier. Here are 8 of them:
1. Milk, cheese or yogurt
According to a study by researchers at Duke University (North Carolina, USA), some foods worsen the taste of cigarettes, including fruits, vegetables and dairy products.
Drinking a glass of warm milk after dinner may be a good idea, both for the conclusions mentioned in the study, and for its content in tryptophan, an amino acid that in the body is transformed into serotonin, a hormone that promotes sleep.
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