n today's world today, we eat too much (of the wrong foods) and move little. What links diabetes and learning problems is the fact that we have abandoned our highly nutritious traditional ingredients, feeding practices and lifestyles in exchange for modern processed foods and cooking methods coupled with sedentary ways.
When I heard first heard about multinational fast food companies expanding throughout Africa, I was ready to protest. Much like the rest of the world, obesity in Africa is on the rise and as a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) who has seen the negative contributions of fast food on the health of Westerners, I shuddered at
Munya discusses his path to urban farming in Zimbabwe. What do you do if you have a passion for agriculture and a degree in horticulture, but have no land of your own and live in a country in which the majority of people your age are underemployed? At 23 years of age, Munyaradzi (Munya)
At age 23, Munya S. is supplying local grocery stores with food from his urban farm.
When people on social media criticized the publication of a collard greens with peanuts recipe, I was perplexed. I grew up on a steady diet of peanuts in almost everything. How/Why is this food combination strange?
I am running, eating more veggies and sitting at the table. This is why I am doing so and think you should join me.
I have received several requests for this recipe and am just getting around to it now (my apologies). This is often referred to as the "national dish of Senegal," and I can see why. It is absolutely delicious. Loaded with vegetables and fish, it is a welcome healthy variation of the rice and fish dishes served throughout Africa. I
I was home making dinner the other night and I decided to create this vlog. Initially I was going to record the whole dinner process with the stew, greens and starch but the logistics just did not pan out. So, I made the main dish and you get to watch the unedited version directly from Chie’s Kitchen.
This is my go-to dish whenever I am having a lazy day but still need to feed the family. The main ingredient Mrs Ball's Chutney, an extremely flavorful chutney from South Africa. In North America, you can find it on Amazon.com and speciality stores that sell international foods (e.g World Market). It is extremely flavorful and delicious when
I am constantly being asked for weight loss advice. Most of the times, people want my opinion on the latest diet fads circulating the market and when I deliver the grim message that "fad diets don't work," they look at me with utter disbelief before narrating how Jane lost weight on the "diet" as did Brenda, Peter and Paul.