Recent studies have shown that when you consume foods that are spicy, specifically cayenne pepper, your metabolism increases. After the pepper was consumed, less calories were taken in at the next meal and its also been shown to slow the growth of fat cells. It's time to start adding more spice!
Garbanzo Beans to Fight Grey Hair "Since hair is primarily made up of the protein, keratin, it's important to get enough protein to fight off hair breakage and loss," explains Pasquella. "These beans, also known as chickpeas, provide tons along with the trace mineral manganese. It's known to prevent changing pigmentation, a.k.a. gray hair!"
Many packaged foods are bad for your waistline and your health. The problem is not only the calories they contain, but the additives, sugar, and fat. Shelve these snacks, and substitute these nutritious alternatives.
Although it’s true that USDA organic products must be free from synthetic ingredients and grown on farms that strive to protect the environment, the whole organic concept is filled with misinformation, bogus branding, and overpriced produce. Only 1% of avocado samples showed any trace of pesticides.