Category Food

5 Reasons Why You Should Reduce Your Bread Consumption -Health Experts

Bread is one of the most consumed foods in Nigeria. There are many meals that you can make with bread such as breakfast meals, bread and akara sandwich and many more. However, scientific reasons have made us believe that eating

Continue reading…

NAFDAC Enlightens Nigerians On The Dangers Of Consuming Non-Iodine Salt

The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) has issued out a warning to Nigerians about consuming non-iodized salt. Dr Abubakar Jimoh, the Director of Public Affairs of the agency says it has grave consequences to human

Continue reading…

Fruit Juice Will Remedy Deficiency In Vitamins, Minerals – Dietician

A dietician with the Lagos State Government, Mr. Olusola Malomo, has said that regular consumption of fruit juice can put an end to micronutrient deficiency. Speaking at a healthy-living dialogue organised by CHI Limited, Malomo noted that the shortage of

Continue reading…

NAFDAC Once Again Warns On Consumption Of Animal Hides And Skin (Ponmo) As Food

The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) is once more ALERTing the general public and in particular consumers of animal hides popularly known as PONMO in local parlance on the activities of some unscrupulous businessmen and

Continue reading…

Family Recipe: Unripe Plantain Moi-Moi With Sauce

The Nigerian Moi-Moi will never go out of vogue for food and tradition lovers. Almost every tribe in Nigeria makes Moi-Moi as an indigenous delicacy. Like with everything else, food is evolving and our famous Moi-Moi has a new twist.

Continue reading…

Family Recipe: How To Make Afang Soup

The Nigerian Afang Soup is native to the Efik people of Akwa Ibom and Cross River states of Nigeria but a great relish to people from other people groups throughout the country. It is also a very nutritious soup prepared

Continue reading…

11 Foods Your Baby May Not Be Ready For

It is convenient to just feed babies some of the regulars on the family menu but is it the best? At infancy, a baby’s ability to chew, swallow and digest food is greatly underdeveloped. Baby is simply not ready. To

Continue reading…

6 Amazing Health Benefits Of The African Garden Egg

The African Garden eggs are in season again, making for the perfect time to remind you to take advantage of these seasonal vegetables. They are a type of eggplant grown predominantly in tropical Africa, widely available, very affordable, highly nutritious

Continue reading…

9 Made Simple Categories Of Must-Eat Nutrients For Your Child

Parents want their child to have a great start in life and one way to achieving that is by giving these little ones nutrient packed foods. If you are not sure your child is getting his daily dose of balanced

Continue reading…

Children’s Recipe: Mixed Vegetable Noodles

Noodles are pretty much staple food in many Nigerian homes. We can’t tell why but we just know kids love love it. Many mums choose noodles because it is easy to cook and less time consuming, plus it can be

Continue reading…

Oncology Professor, Adeniyi Akinpelu Makes A Case For Nigerian Staple ‘Eba’ In The Prevention Of Colon Cancer

Head of Radiation Oncology, University College Hospital UCH, Ibadan, Oyo State, Professor Adeniyi  Adenipekun is advocating increased intake in foods rich in fibre, such as eba to prevent colon cancer. Eba is a staple Nigerian food made from dried grated

Continue reading…

5 Yummy Lunchbox Ideas For Your Child

Children need to consume a variety of healthy foods in order to grow properly. With a typical school day being what it is, long and drawn out, it is all-the-more important that our little scholars get the right foods to

Continue reading…

Mums, See 7 Health Benefits Of Hibiscus Tea (Zobo)

Popular Nigerian beverage, hibiscus tea, commonly called ‘Zobo’ is a favourite across homes and tribes. Although many people enjoy the drink, not many know of its potential health benefits. The health benefits include its ability to treat high blood pressure,

Continue reading…