Preparing a quick dinner for your family or guests may seem like a demanding task, but in the simplicity of some recipes we find the best solutions.
Little time to prepare, little desire to start cooking due to the heat of summer, but we don't want to give up taste and make a good impression with our guests.
In this gallery we offer some quick 'dinner saver' recipes with easy-to-find ingredients that will help you on summer evenings, five simple and appetising ideas.
If you plan to go on a diet and lose a few kilos in the run-up to summer, you have to be careful, because the greatest enemies of diets are those foods that look light, but are actually high in calories and ineffective in a controlled diet.
We all have foods in our refrigerator that we think are light but once we read the nutritional values, we realise they are full of calories, sugars, fats, preservatives and salt, all things that certainly do not help weight loss.
These foods are many, many more than we think. From sushi to dried fruit, let's look at the ones that are most misleading.
Headaches are a problem that afflicts many people around the world, and in some cases the cause can be traced back to food.
There are certain foods that can trigger a migraine or make it worse, making the pain even more unbearable. Source: pennmedicine.org
Knowing which foods can affect our health is key to making informed food choices. In fact, some foods contain particular substances that in some particularly sensitive individuals or situations can influence the onset of headaches, or make them worse.
In this overview, we explore the extraordinary properties of basil, an aromatic plant that goes beyond its common use in the kitchen.
Indeed, basil not only adds a touch of freshness to our dishes, but also offers numerous health and wellness benefits.
Discover how basil can improve digestion, promote bone health, relieve stress, strengthen the immune system and much more.
Get ready to discover the extraordinary qualities of this versatile plant and why basil deserves a special place in your daily life.
The kitchen is a place where various hazards lurk that can jeopardise our safety.
From food poisoning and accidental injuries to fires and burns, the kitchen can be a potentially dangerous environment if proper precautions are not taken.
This photo gallery will explore the most common risks in the kitchen and provide practical advice on how to avoid them. Knowing these dangers and taking preventive measures can help us enjoy the culinary arts safely and without worry.
Chronic inflammation can be caused by many factors, including a sedentary lifestyle, stress, and sometimes an unbalanced diet.
In these cases, certain foods can be particularly harmful to our organism. Particularly if consumed in large quantities and for prolonged periods, these foods can cause inflammation that affects health in the long term.
In this photo gallery, you can find some of the worst foods that can cause chronic inflammation, and find out why they should be avoided to keep our bodies healthy.
Are you a coffee lover? You might be happy to know that drinking this much-loved beverage could be linked to a lower risk of mortality, according to a study published in 'Annals of Internal Medicine'.
Researchers examined a large sample of individuals and found that coffee consumption, both sweetened and natural, can have a significant impact on our health and longevity.
We delve into the results of this research, which could change the way we look at our morning cup of coffee.
High cholesterol is a condition that can put our health at risk and must be kept under control.
One of the ways to do this is through proper nutrition, avoiding foods that can increase levels of 'bad' cholesterol. In this photo gallery we have selected eight of the worst foods for high cholesterol, reported by realsimple.com, explaining why it is best to stay away from them if you have cholesterol problems.
Knowing what you eat is important for making the right nutrition decisions, living healthy and preventing future problems.
Often, we come across products that look healthy, but hide hidden ingredients or contain excessive amounts of sugar, fat or artificial additives.
In this photo gallery, we take you on a tour of some seemingly healthy foods, but which could harm your health if consumed excessively or incorrectly, as reported by the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada.
Are you ready to find out which foods you should avoid or consume in moderation to maintain a healthy lifestyle? Prepare to be surprised and to revise some of your health food beliefs.
Reusing kitchen waste saves us money, as well as reducing food waste and helping to protect the environment. There are various creative and practical solutions we can adopt in the kitchen to reuse waste.
For example, vegetable scraps such as the green leaves of carrots, celery and fennel can be used to prepare soups, broths and sauces. In addition, citrus peel can become an excellent base for preparing sauces, perfumes and liqueurs. Coffee grounds can also be reused in the kitchen, being an effective exfoliating agent for the skin or as a fertiliser for plants.
Finally, we can use old bread to prepare meatballs, gratins and baked croutons. Taking care of kitchen waste helps us save money, and also gives new life to food and protects the environment.
With summer just around the corner, many people are getting ready to wear swimwear and show off their physique. However, cellulite can be an annoying inconvenience and affect self-esteem. Fortunately, there are some foods that can help fight cellulite.
In this photo gallery, you will discover seven foods that can be a real panacea against cellulite, helping you to achieve a more toned and smooth appearance.
Among those we will look at are berries, tomatoes, watermelon and many others. Let's discover them together!
Coffee is a popular drink all over the world, but did you know that the time of day we consume it can influence its effects on our body and mind? In this photo gallery, we explore the ideal times of day to enjoy the full benefits of coffee.
We will discover how the time you drink coffee can affect your energy, concentration, metabolism and even sleep.
Get ready to explore the fascinating and delicious world of coffee and discover the secrets to making the most of this wonderful drink.
Are there people in the world who love ice cream so much that they are willing to spend their summer holiday money on it? If so, then you certainly won't want to miss out on a scoop of the ice cream that has won the title of the world's most expensive.
Certified by the Guinness World Record, the record goes to the Japanese company Cellato, which has made an ice cream, called Byakuya, that costs a whopping 873,400 Japanese yen (5469 pounds; 6696 dollars) per single serving.
The reason for its high cost is the extremely rare and extremely high quality ingredients. The question remains who could pay so much for ice cream.