In the autumn-winter period is a very useful tea from the twigs of fruit trees and bushes. They have the same properties and vitamins and their benefits. For welding you
need to take only healthy young twigs.
“Twigs have procured during the period when they no longer produce fruit or harvested. Then more vitamins, but until that time all the useful elements give your fruit. Sprigs can be combined, and can be brewed separately, for example, only the cherry. Rinse well and boil for few minutes. Can be drunk immediately or to insist. This tea is very fragrant and has a beautiful color. If the welding is very concentrated, it should be diluted to a light color. Drink a glass a few times during the day,” said Cherkasky dietitian by Kopylchuk.
Branches currant improve metabolism, enhance immunity, have a diuretic action, useful for vessels and rheumatism. Tea made from twigs and leaves Continue reading
Now cocoa drink NESQUIK ®, whose chocolate taste kids love, enriched with a special complex of vitamins and minerals OPTI-START.
The formula of the complex was developed by the research center «Nestle” in Switzerland. One glass of NESQUIK® OPTI-START with milk provides 15-35% of the daily requirement of vitamins and minerals needed by the child’s body for proper growth and development. The complex OPTI-START includes iron, zinc, magnesium, vitamins A, B1, C and D, which complement the benefits of milk.
On the occasion of the launch on the Russian market is an updated cocoa
drink NESQUIK® Director of business Coffee and Beverages LLC ” Nestle Russia” Monika Poplawska said: “the Company “Nestle”, as the largest food manufacturer, an expert in the field of nutrition and a healthy lifestyle, is committed to ensuring that Continue reading
The divine drink in the home: hot chocolate in a slow cooker
Recipe of hot chocolate with cinnamon in slow cooker
1 square of dark chocolate (100g) 300 ml milk 2.5% fat 200 ml of 10% cream 1 cinnamon stick
Whether you love chocolate, how I love it? If Yes, I think hot chocolate in a slow cooker you too will love it. This divine drink from cacao beans came to Europe from America, where it is still in pre-Columbian times, the Maya and the Aztecs consumed for ritual purposes. True, the chocolate had little in common with the familiar we treat and drank it cold, and the added chilli. Europeans changed the recipe, removed the Chile, began to drink the hot chocolate and began to add sugar on it. Until the mid-19th century, Continue reading