Category Archives: GlutenFree

Sunflower seed Chocolate Spread

Sunflower Seed Chocolate Spread

Sunflower seeds, gift of the beautiful yello sunflower, is one of the super foods that has been used by Native Americans for more than 5000 years. The beautiful yellow sunflower has its center studded with these seeds. These seeds are rich in poly unsaturated oil . Sunflower seeds usually do not cause any allergies and are safe for people with severe nut allergies. They have high Vitamin E content and has significant anti-inflammatory effects. Phytosterols in these seeds lowers cholesterol. The high content of magnesium…

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sunflower seed cookies

Gluten Free Vegan Ginger Cookies

Here is a recipe that makes a healthy and yummy snack for kids. This has a smooth and crunchy texture to it and will be over as soon as it is out of the oven. This gluten free sunflower seed cookies makes a perfect healthy and filling snack for your family. Sunflower seeds is considered a super food as it is packed with health benefits. It is an excellent source of Vitamin E and prevents cardio vascular diseases. Phytosterols present in sunflower seeds reduce cholesterol,…

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Quick and Healthy Meals For Less then 300 Calorie

Eating healthy is a life choice which is hard to continue for a long term for most people. Weight lose diet plans are one of the things in this world a lot of people have tried and so many have failed to achieve. Even the ones who succeed in the process might gain the weight back after few years. Along with workouts  balanced low calorie meals are important part of weigh lose program. Instead of spending hundreds of dollars for ordering weight watching meals  you…

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baked cauliflower

Baked Whole Cauliflower

Baked Cauliflower is a super easy nutritious food. Cauliflower even ranks among the top 20 foods, which measures vitamin, mineral and phytonutrient content in relation to caloric content. Cauliflower is loved raw, cooked, as curry in almost all the cuisines in the world. Chinese, Mediterranean, Indian, Continental, all the cuisines use cauliflower. One cup of raw cauliflower provides 77% of your vitamin C needs, 20% of vitamin K, 10% of vitamin B-6 and folate requirement for the day with just 26 calories. Among the healthy…

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