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The benefits of eating vegetables are undeniable, pretty much everyone agrees on this. I like to challenge myself to try a new vegetable every time I go to a grocery store or farmer’s market, because there is still so much stuff out there I haven't tried. Mostly I either don't know how to prepare them, or I am not able to get my hands on a wide variety because they aren’t available where I live.. I prefer sticking to local produce because I want to support my local farmers and I can actually track where the food is coming from. But honestly, eating only local fruits and vegetables can get a bit boring in the long run, and you can also miss some amazing, nutrient-dense dishes if you avoid all exotic and imported produce. I can't imagine never eating bananas or coconuts, just because they are not grown in my country or even on my continent.
One of these vegetables you definitely don't want to miss out on is seaweed. You probably never thought about sea plants as a group of vegetables, did you? But just like fish and other seafood, seaweed is packed with nutrients, minerals, vitamins, and many health benefits! Seaweed is particul ...
WHAT IS GELATIN?
Gelatin is the cooked form of collagen, and collagen is one of the most important proteins in the human body. Actually, our bodies contain more collagen than any other protein. Connective tissues, skin, hair, joints, and bones - they are all made mostly from collagen. Pure collagen only comes from animals and it is very rare for people to eat it in its raw form. Honestly, who wants to eat pounds of raw chicken skin or chew on beef knuckles? Sure, some people do, I remember my brother sucking on chicken bones from grilled wings or drumsticks when we were little, but for me, the idea of eating even cooked animal cartilage was extremely off putting.
Back in the early paleolithic era (this was also generally true before the industrialization of food, and has remained true in some other cultures - the consumption of chicken feet in China for instance), our ancestors used to eat plenty of collagen rich food; before they started cooking their food, raw animal parts was all they were left with. Unlike us, they didn't have the luxury of ...
In the popular TV show The Big Bang Theory, a character named Sheldon believes that when you see someone who is sad, lonely, sick, or depressed, the mandatory social convention dictates that you must offer them a hot beverage. He usually offers coffee, tea, or a herbal infusion to his sad friends, because as a man of logic with a lack of empathy (or sympathy), he knows no other way to comfort people. Other characters on the show usually don't fully appreciate the fact that he just hands them a mug of hot tea with the words "there, there," but what they might not know is that herbal teas and similar warm, soothing liquids offer a huge dose of comfort, relaxation, and plenty of health benefits. As fictional as Sheldon might be, he is without a doubt a very smart guy. Herbal teas really are a comfort.
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