Health & Wellness

SESAME SEED FACTS

SESAME SEED FACTS

KNOW YOUR FOOD: SESAME SEEDS Sesame is one of the oldest cultivated plants in the world which originated from India. From Babylonia to the Far East, people have been consuming sesame seeds for thousands of years. They have been widely employed in culinary as well […]

Pumpkin Seed Facts

Pumpkin Seed Facts

Pumpkin Seed Facts Pumpkin seeds, also known as pepitas, are native to the Americas. They were discovered by archaeologists in caves in Mexico that date back to 7,000 B.C. Today, China produces more pumpkins and pumpkin seeds than any other country. India, Russia, the Ukraine, […]

Facts About Hemp Seeds

Facts About Hemp Seeds

Facts about Hemp Seeds Hemp seeds, or hemp hearts, are the seeds of the hemp plant, orΒ Cannabis sativa, and is one of the earliest domesticated plants cultivated by many civilizations for more than 12,000 years. Today, China is the main producer of hemp. Although marijuana […]

Facts About Sunflower Seeds

Facts About Sunflower Seeds

Facts About Sunflower Seeds Sunflower seeds originated in South America and were used by Native Americans more than 5000 years ago. Today, the leading producers of this popular seed are Russia, Peru, Argentina, Spain and China. Nutrition & Health Seeds are a nutrient-dense food so […]

How Eating Almonds Can Help You Lose Weight & Belly Fat

How Eating Almonds Can Help You Lose Weight & Belly Fat

How Eating Almonds Can Help You Lose Weight & Belly Fat By Florencia Tagliavini, The NutraMilk Nutritionist For so long we have stayed away from nuts due to their high calorie and fat content. It was a big no-no for anyone trying to lose weight. […]

Benefits of Including Seeds In Your Diet

Benefits of Including Seeds In Your Diet

Benefits of Including Seeds In Your Diet By Florencia Tagliavini, The NutraMilk Nutritionist Seeds are incredibly nourishing and are full of valuable nutrients; such as essential amino acids, heart-healthy fats, fiber, antioxidants, phytosterols, vitamins, and minerals. They are so nutrient-dense that you don’t really need […]