Carrots are mostly known for their usefulness in improving eyesight. Many people tend to pick them out of their meals and throw them away. Here are a few reasons to encourage the kids and your adult friends as well to chew on and not pick them out. They will help you see better! In this time and age of endless technological advancements, we are always glued onto our screens. If you’re not using your smartphone, then it is your laptop. If not those two then you’re probably on your TV or tablet playing some games. This takes a toll on our optical health.CarrotsFresh ProduceHealthyHealthy LifestyleOrganic Farmers MarketVegetables
Honey is without doubt one of the most ancient sweeteners to have ever existed in the world. It’s used in different cultures in beauty, nutrition and medicine. It’s a highly recommended food for weight loss. It aids in burning cholesterol even as you sleep. Swap your sugar with honey in your teas, foods and pastries. It’s highly recommended that you take a spoonful before sleeping. Also, having honey in some warm water before eating anything in the morning increases your metabolism and helps you cut down weight quickly.Benefits of honeyHealthyHoney
Murugi – who has a background in Information Technology – remembers how her passion for cooking started when she was a toddler. She would stand in the kitchen watching her mother with keen interest, always curious about what spices were going into the prepared dishes.No tags
When did you start fishing?
My father taught me when I was a boy. For ten years, we used to go deep sea fishing together. It’s a tough job, and hard work; you have to know everything about it before you can go out on your own. I left it for a couple of years and did dhow trips for tourists, but after that I returned to fishing.FishFishingHealthyInterviewKenyaLamuLamuUberMidnight Sea FoodMombasaNutritiousSea FoodTuna
Spring onions, red cabbage, beet roots, potatoes, green peas, leeks, spinach, onions, artichoke and carrots are some of the products that Naomi sells at the organic farmers market. She owns a four-acre farm in Nyakainu and other areas around Naivasha too. She has been participating in the organic farmers market for over five years now. She learnt about organic farming from the Kenya Institute of Organic Farming, (KIOF). Since being taught about organic and learning the benefits of organic, she decided to shift to organic farming.Beet rootHealthyKenyaLeeksLifestyleNairobiOnionsOrganicPotatoesRed cabbageVegetables