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7 Recipes to make in less than 10 minutes

7 Recipes to make in less than 10 minutes

As you know, our time is valuable. And no matter how hard we try, it is not always possible to cook healthy food. But lack of time does not have to be a deterrent to consuming nutritious foods. Here's a list of delicious, easy-to-make recipes and, best of all, they'll be ready in up to 10 minutes. Check it out:

Omelette with quinoa and anchovies

Omelette recipe can get a touch on more. The recipe was donated by nutritionist Leonardo Canellas. Here's how to prepare a light omelette with quinoa and anchovies

Broccoli Salty Pancake

If you do not know what to do with the broccoli you have in the refrigerator.

Beirut light recipe with roast beef, shitake and ricotta cream

Choosing the right ingredients, it is possible to prepare a healthy and tasty beirut. Here's how to prepare a light beirut with roast beef, shitake and ricotta cream.

Watermelon peel jam

What do you usually do with the watermelon houses? Throw away? Know that the white part of the fruit can yield delicious dishes.

Avocado mousse with cocoa and honey

Avocado is one of the most versatile fruit there is. Here in My Life, people love it. In addition to having many nutrients such as vitamin E, vitamin C, vitamin B9, fatty acids, palmitic acid, oleic acid, avocado can be used in different types of recipe.

Yogurt and Fruit Smoothie

If you are uninspired to prepare your snack, yogurt and fruit smoothie recipe from chef Iracema Bertoco, from culinary school European Center may be a good option.

Healthy red fruit ice cream with banana

Do you think ice cream and healthy eating do not match? This recipe will help you think differently. Chef Desirre Maistro of the European Center school shared a delicious recipe for red fruit ice cream with banana. Here's how to do it:

Weight Loss Supplements: Understand All About

Weight Loss Supplements: Understand All About

Pharmacological treatment for excess weight is surrounded by a host of controversies and "comings and goings." Drugs withdrawn from the market and then returned (as recently occurred with amphetamine derivatives - amfepramone, mazindol and femproporex); insecurities on the part of patients regarding the so-called "rebound effect" (fear of gaining more weight than what was lost when the drug was discontinued); enormous lists of possible side effects that are contained in the leaflets of these drugs (and which doctors insist on asking patients not to read) etc.


Only 41% of infants in Brazil are breastfed

Only 41% of infants in Brazil are breastfed

According to data from the Ministry of Health, only 41% of infants under six months in Brazil are exclusively breastfed. The rate is similar to the world average, estimated at less than 40% by the WHO (World Health Organization). According to the organization, the ideal would be that 90% to 100% of children with this age group would be exclusively breastfed.