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Heart-friendly foods

The United States, with a population over 300 million, provides the most comprehensive data comparing diets and health. The latest data from the US revealed the number one cause of mortality continues to be cardiovascular diseases, with an annual death toll of 600 thousand people, 800 thousand a year having their first heart attacks and …

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Homemade Hummus

Avocado hummus After a sweeter, pinky version, you might also appreciate this combination that incorporates another trendy ingredient: avocado. It only makes sense to use this creamy fruit when creating the smooth consistency we want in hummus. Plus, it is an alternative to tahini for those who aren’t a fan or just need to use …

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Homemade chicken cutlet

How to make chicken cutlet at home is very easy. I have tested this chicken cutlet several times before, by changing the ingredients, I got an excellent result that has both a great taste and flavor. I suggest you make it once. This dish is one of the simple noni dishes and noni dishes with …

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Menemen Omelet

Menemen There have been heated discussions of how menemen should be prepared, but no matter which side you find yourself on (with onions versus without), there’s one thing that all agree on: Menemen doesn’t look very pretty, but the taste makes up for it! Every region and every family has their own recipe, but there …

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Dark chocolate

Dark chocolate has several times more antioxidants than tea or red wine. And it contains substances that may help lower your blood pressure, improve your cholesterol levels and brain function, and help your body deal with insulin, and helps your heart. Got a soft spot for dark chocolate? Then you’re in for some good news because …

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Warm up cookies

MELOMAKARONA (Greece) Having our neighbor on this list was a must, and while making these cookies, I got serious “şekerpare” (a popular Turkish dessert) vibes. This goes to show that our cultures are closer than we think. While the Turkish version has a lemony taste, this version surprised me with how well orange paired together …

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Avicenna‘s meal

known as Avicenna, was a physician, the most famous and influential of the philosopher-scientists of the Islamic world during its golden age. Ibn Sina (980 – June 1037 CE), commonly known in the West as Avicenna, was a Persian polymath who is regarded as one of the most significant physicians, astronomers, philosophers, and writers of the Islamic …

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Kimchi Korean food

Kimchi, which is among the most important dishes of Far Eastern cuisine, is described as a “miracle food” by South Koreans. A secret to long life for over 90 years for Korean people, Kimchi contains vitamins, pulp, minerals and antioxidants that are quite remarkable. South Korea’s most famous kitchen chef, Shim Young-Soon, told Daily Sabah …

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Mediterranean diet

The Mediterranean diet is one of the healthy eating plans that contributes to the growth of microbiota – a colony of friendly microorganisms in the human body – helping us perform various functions. Experts believe that besides combining nutrition and culinary tastes, the Mediterranean diet that includes fresh produce, grain, legumes, fish and healthy fats, …

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