Healthy Lifestyle advice for Nigerians.
I like writing about the things that are good to eat. Where Nigerian food is concerned, this covers most of our traditional foods. It's much more fun working with those things, I get to cook
Increasing numbers of Nigerians are suffering from conditions and diseases connected with diet; hypertension, diabetes, heart disease and atherosclerosis, as well as certain types of cancer. The number of overweight and clinically obese Nigerians is
Any change that sees you paying attention to what you eat after a period (or a lifetime) of “eating anyhowly” will probably yield results. Any regulation is better than none. I’ve seen people adopt a
Muesli with flax-seed and banana. “Eat your breakfast, it’s the most important meal of the day!” I can still hear my parents’ voices, telling me this. I’ve never been a fan of breakfast;
There is a lot of misinformation being spread about Nigerian food, here are some fallacies that I have come across recently: Yams at the market. A staple Nigerian food. Nigerian food is all