The recent outbreak of COVID-19 has plagued lives across the planet. According to experts, the best defense against this novel coronavirus is to boost your immune system. While regular exercise and a balanced diet can do wonders for your immunity, there are certain foods that can help you fight off the harmful pathogens. Let’s have a look at them.
Home to the English Lake District, a land of fells and lakes, and a deserving candidate as the UNESCO World Heritage Site; Cumbria is a rural county known for its hospitality for over five decades.
Is winter an excuse enough to degrade salad? We know that summers have gone, so what? You can still enjoy the freshness of salads. If you are dissatisfied with the packaged veggies, you can work to grow your own bowl of greens. After all, they are nothing but veggies only. I know, in summers, it seems an excellent thought to spend some time doing plantation outdoors.
2019 was the year that brought a resurgence of vegan food. There were suddenly options in most significant restaurants catering to vegans. The three pillars of fast food McDonald’s, Burger King, and KFC have all proven to be in touch with the masses by introducing options that cater to a growing base. The want for this food also does not seem to be slowing down. If you ask chefs, 2020 is supposed to be the year of vegans.
This was a year of surprises when it comes to food trends. You had plant-based alternatives taking over carnivore needs and suddenly milk from anywhere, but the cows was cool. Suddenly pistachio milk was in existence, and I’m still not quite sure where it comes from.
Food, no one can ignore the call of their stomach for too long. I just love food! Who doesn’t? It’s necessary for your body to work properly, for your growth. And if you are a foodie like me, you probably keep trying new dishes and cuisines. Whether it’s Italian pasta or Korean barbecue. Asian cuisine is gaining a lot of fame, and Korean food is in the top tier.