When women are gluten sensitive or have celiac disease, consuming gluten can be harmful to the intestine. Nutrients are not absorbed properly as well. The most well known reason for gluten intolerance is celiac. Like other autoimmune diseases, celiac is more common in women compared to men. However, there are many ailments and conditions for which going gluten free or reducing gluten is beneficial. Gluten can lurk in unexpected foods. ABC Nutrition is going to provide the ABC
Juicing has become very popular recently. It sounds delicious and easy enough -- simply extract the juice and water from fruits and vegetables. This is a great way to consume many fruits and vegetables at once and reap the benefit of highly bioavailable nutrients. Introducing a new fruit or vegetable in juicing may push you to try and even learn to like new foods as well! For example, if one wants to get to like beets, juicing is one of the ways you can start enjoying them. I
Here is something that I bet you have never had before, but seriously need to try: curry. Curry is often associated with Indian dishes but it has traveled from country to country for centuries, changing and evolving to please each new cultural palate. (When we discuss curry today, we are referring to the combination which forms the golden blend). Since there are so many different styles of curry, let’s discuss the most nutritious one and how to add it to your everyday meals.
Although butter may get a bad rep in today’s world, it is universal food, used in nearly all cultures. Originating in India, ghee is a sacred food often used for medicinal benefits. The problem with the usual hard stick butter found in every food market is that it is made from cows that have been treated with antibiotics. In addition, it is highly processed which removes just about all of the naturally occurring vitamins. Clarified butter is similar to ghee, except that ghee