• Bird’s Eye Chilli may be small, but it packs a punch!

    Bird’s Eye Chilli may be small, but it packs a punch!

    Bird’s eye chilli, or chillies in general, are nutritionally classified as a vegetable. It is used widely in cooking to spice up and provide a depth of flavour to food. What you might not know is that it also provides a range of nutrients, minerals and plant compounds, such as vitamins B1, B2, B3, and C, calcium, phosphorus, copper, potassium and many more. What...
  • Benefits of Resistant Starch

    Benefits of Resistant Starch

    Most complex carbohydrates are known as starch, which takes your body longer to digest. However, not all starch gets 100% digested. A small part of it can also get passed down to your gut undigested or unbroken, therefore being 'resistant' to digestion. Hence as the name describes, this type of starch is called resistant starch.  So how does it work for.... ...digestive health? Resistant starch...
  • Top 6 Foods for Hormonal Health!

    Top 6 Foods for Hormonal Health!

    Dhow X Samantha Hadadi Sam is a health coach, specialising in women’s health and hormones. She helps frazzled, busy women to love their bodies, enjoy PMS-free lives and to feel energised. She is also a plant-based cook and has four boys. In this piece she talks about the 5 main foods best for female hormonal health. Without further ado... Let's dive in! Whether you’ve been...
  • Graviola: The Fruit, It's Benefits & Uses

    Graviola: The Fruit, It's Benefits & Uses

    Graviola, also known as Soursop, Guanabana or even Brazilian Paw Paw, derives from an evergreen tree that commonly grows in tropical rainforests. It is native to the tropical regions of Central & South America.  The fruit is typically consumed raw by splitting it in half and scooping out the flesh. It has a creamy texture and tastes sour, citrusy, it is often compared with strawberry and...
  • Let's talk Immunity!

    Let's talk Immunity!

    Dhow X Nutrition By Nav Navnit Birdi is a self-motivated, registered clinical nutritionist. She is a strong advocate of prevention rather than cure and believes that mindful eating practices allows you to stick within your limits, while also enjoying the little pleasures from food!  What to eat to boost my immunity... Our immunity starts in our gut so technically anything we eat or drink would directly...
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