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What are protein-rich foods?

The proteins are macronutrients fundamental for our body because they provide the energy necessary for its proper functioning. They also contribute to weight loss and maintenance of lean mass, to the detriment of fat. Proteins are composed of basic elements: amino acids. There are 20 types of amino acids, of

How to eat papaya?

The papaya grows on trees of small height, originating in Central America (in Mexico it was called Chichihualtzapotl, "sweet fruit for nannies") but now widespread throughout the tropical zone, especially in the Philippines where they are very popular. The fruits have an oblong shape, ranging from green to yellow to

What food gives you energy?

We know that feeding is the way we supply energy to the organism. Therefore, our diet should always be geared towards providing the body and mind with everything that they need to function properly. The balance between the nutrients is, therefore, fundamental and we have already studied, for example, why protein-rich

Can you bring food on a plane?

As long as you go abroad, to find a friend or a family member, it is normal to bring some food with you in several different occasion as if you want to bring food you may miss or if you have specific nutrition plan to follow or you have your

How to eat balut?


How to eat balut? Balust is certainly not a food for everyone. Not everyone has tasted it in the Philippines either. But it seems to be a food for real connoisseurs. Balut is a typical dish of many Southeast Asian countries and consists of a duck or hen's egg, fertilized

What to eat in Denmark? Best Danish food & cuisine


1. Smørrebrød Smørrebrød usually consists of a piece of buttered rye bread (rugbrød), a dense, dark brown bread. Pålæg (literally "on-lay"), the topping, that among others can refer to commercial or homemade cold cuts, pieces of meat or fish, cheese or spreads. This daily practice is the base of the famous

Tips for dosa?

Short: what's your preferred Dosa flour? Ratio of rice to black gram? Should wheat be in there? Any premixed flours you recommend, or should you mix your own, or even grind your own? What's up with sour curd? Long: My family has been cooking and eating quite a bit of dosa