Cocoa: benefits and harms
Few people do not like to eat sweet. So it turns out that the most popular among the sweet tooth are products with cocoa. With one hand — it is a rich taste of chocolate, on the other — low calorie. Yes, drinking cocoa can even be on a diet. If you are trying to lose weight, but you want sweet irresistible — have a Cup of cocoa on skim milk without sugar with stevia or Splenda
and you will soon become easier, desire for sweet retreat.
In addition to a pleasant cocoa taste and has beneficial properties, do not think that it is only intended to quench destructive passion, cooking is bad, but insanely delicious confectionery.
Calorie and nutritional value of cocoa
The caloric content of cocoa powder 290 calories per 100 grams. When making a Cup of cocoa you use about Continue reading
The benefits of white tea and its differences from other species
White tea – a drink made from the dried buds and tender leaves of the plant Camellia sinensis. Unlike the processing of green or black tea, it is dried in natural sunlight.
Has a pale yellow or colorless, slightly sweet taste, which is slightly different from the green. With a low content of caffeine and pronounced antioxidant properties, it can be an excellent alternative to coffee and other teas.
Also known as Chinese white tea, most popular in China and the far East where it is considered a true elixir of youth, beauty and longevity. Today it is cultivated in India, Thailand, Nepal and other countries.
Differences between white and green tea
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It has long been known: to get something new, it helps to start using a well-forgotten old. We recently made some sort of sensation discovering Russian tea, which is popularly called the simple name is Ivan (Ivan-tea). Meanwhile, the history of use in Russia this miraculous and medicinal plants has centuries.
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History of use in Russia this miraculous and medicinal plants has centuries.
The population of Russia drank Russian tea since ancient times. And not without benefit to health. Koporye tea (it also follows the name of the village near St. Petersburg, where it was produced in large quantities, referred to a drink made from plants with a scientific name of epilobium angustifolium) was once a drink of ordinary Russians. And in Europe, Russia exported this drink in large quantities.
Likely to use it started due to its wonderful Continue reading