The ancient Incas called quinoa as the ‘mother grain’ and it has been the staple food of millions of native inhabitants in the South American Andes since ancient times.
Understanding the ways milks differ may lead the scientists to a better milk formula to nourish human babies who can’t be breastfed by their mothers, according to Agricultural Magazine.
Understanding the ways milk differ may lead the scientists to better formulas to nourish human babies whose mothers can’t breastfeed, according to Agricultural Research Magazine.
Study suggests that people whose nutritional regimen consists only of foods derived from plants, have a longer life expectancy and enjoy a better quality of life than people who eat both animal and plant products (omnivores).
Not everyone knows the enormous benefits derived from Moringa Oleifera locally known as Malunggay or Kamunggay in Philippine dialect.