Cherries are a favorite summer clean fruit in the US, where about 370 million pounds are expanded annually.1 With a brief great year (May to July), great vulnerability to illness and brief lifespan after collect, cherry year comes and goes in the flicker of an eye.
06 July 2016
04 May 2016
What do Iranians eat? Due to the range of culinary traditions across the Iranian provinces, food in Iran is extremely diverse. Common to all the Iranian provinces however, is the fact that Iranian food tends to be both healthy and nutritious.
It includes a wide variety of foods ranging from Chelow Kebab (rice served with roasted meat), Khoresht (stew served Iranian rice: Ghormeh Sabzi, Gheimeh, Fesenjān, and others), Āsh (a thick soup: for example Āsh-e anār), Kuku (vegetable soufflé), Polo (rice alone or with addition of meat and/or vegetables and herbs, including Loobia Polo, Albaloo Polo, Sabzi Polo, Zereshk Polo, Baghali Polo and others), and a diverse variety of salads, pastries, and drinks specific to different parts of Iran. The list of Persian recipes, appetizers and desserts is extensive.
21 August 2015
07 February 2013
Most people normally shed 50 to 100 hairs a day. But with about 100,000 hairs in the head, this amount of locks loss shouldn't cause noticeable loss of the head locks. As people age, locks tends to gradually thin. Other causes of locks loss include hormonal factors, health conditions and medications.
Locks thinning, or hair loss, isn't just a problem for adults. Locks thinning in kids is responsible for an estimated 3% of children visits to the doctor in the U.S. Whether your kid has thinning hair or distinct hairless spots, the hair reduction can be frightening. The great thing is that, with a proper analysis, most situations of hair reduction can be treated successfully. Alopecia is common between children sometimes.
27 July 2012
The word “natural” on a food label may or may not mean anything about how the food was produced or what it contains. This is because no official, United States FDA definition exists for “natural” foods except for meat, poultry, and eggs overseen by the USDA. Natural is defined by the USDA for its products by answering two questions:
26 July 2012
Today we’ll deal with other side of the Unleash-Your-Inner-Olympian equation: a normal and balanced diet. Here at StumbleUpon, we asked ourselves: what should you do if you want to start eating like an Olympic athlete?