#WorldMilkDay 7 Reasons Why You Need to Breastfeed Your Baby

We all know that women do the most work at home. With cooking, cleaning and taking care of the babies/children all part of but not limited to their roles, even though they have 9-5 jobs. Due to the extra work, many new-age mothers either don't feed their babies with milk from their breasts or do … Continue reading #WorldMilkDay 7 Reasons Why You Need to Breastfeed Your Baby

Is Foodie-ism Elitist?

Hey, guys! I hope your week has been awesome so far. Today's post is a bit different from what I'd normally post but I hope you enjoy it all the same. Foodie-ism is a gourmet's attitude and practice towards food. A gourmet or a foodie (simply put) is a person who has a keen interest … Continue reading Is Foodie-ism Elitist?

Baby Mama Drama

Movie title - No more baby-mama drama Starring - mama and baby (insert fussy-eating baby's name here). Featuring - zinc, breakfast, water, exercise, meal snacks, food journal and favourite foods. Written & Directed by - Eniola94 Produced by - Sapid sapiens Hey guys! I'm still on this baby matter oh. The good people of Instagram … Continue reading Baby Mama Drama

Nutrition In Pregnancy: Eating Healthy For Two

Hey, guys! I've been seeing so many cute babies everywhere so I decided to post something baby-related. Lol. A healthy diet is very important in pregnancy and is essential for a healthy baby. It is more important to eat only healthy foods during this period than any other time of your life.  A healthy pregnancy … Continue reading Nutrition In Pregnancy: Eating Healthy For Two

Health Tip of the Day – Making Homemade Ginger Tea

Ginger is a very popular spice. It contains loads of nutrients and bioactive compounds which has earned it the reputation of being one of the healthiest spices in the world. Ginger has powerful benefits for the body and the brain. It can be used to fight common cold, nausea, relieve muscle aches, aid digestion, etc. … Continue reading Health Tip of the Day – Making Homemade Ginger Tea

7 Health Benefits Of Ginger

Hey, guys! I was gingered to drop today's post so here goes.😜 Ginger is a very popular spice. It contains loads of nutrients and bioactive compounds which has earned it the reputation of being one of the healthiest spices in the world. Ginger has powerful benefits for the body and the brain. Ginger can be … Continue reading 7 Health Benefits Of Ginger

The Long-Standing Rumour About Cold Water. A Fact, Or Another Erroneous Medical Myth?

Due to the progressively harsh climate, grabbing a glass of cold water is usual for most of us. However, it is believed that drinking warm water is better for health. But have you ever wondered if it is actually true? or it's just a well-publicized fallacy? Well, I was just curious as you are, so … Continue reading The Long-Standing Rumour About Cold Water. A Fact, Or Another Erroneous Medical Myth?

Question of the Day #Nutrition

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Vitamin A: Deficiency, Benefits and Toxicity

Hey, guys! I'm so glad you're back here for more juicy tips and facts. You're definitely welcome. I promised to complete the article on vitamin A today so I'll do just that. Please refer to the last post for a recap. I'll discuss the effects of vitamin A deficiency first (just so you'll appreciate the … Continue reading Vitamin A: Deficiency, Benefits and Toxicity

Vitamin A (Introduction)

Hi, Everyone. This week has been really busy for me but I was determined to not stand you up this week. Lol. Today's post will be short but I'll continue next week. Quick question; what do you know about Vitamin A? Everyone seems really familiar with vitamin c but what do you know about all … Continue reading Vitamin A (Introduction)

Sickle cell anaemia patient ‘cured’ by gene therapy, doctors say

In a world first, a teenager with sickle cell disease achieved complete remission after an experimental gene therapy at Necker Children's Hospital in Paris, researchers say. People with sickle-cell disease, a group of inherited blood disorders, have abnormal haemoglobin in their red blood cells, causing blood to clog in the tiny vessels and organs of … Continue reading Sickle cell anaemia patient ‘cured’ by gene therapy, doctors say

Water Intoxication: How much water is too much water?

Hey, guys! It's a new month!! (I'm sorry, I didn't realise you had calendars. Lol). A couple of days ago, I was scrolling through my IG timeline; of course minding my business. In the process, I saw a post by a public figure where she was trying to tell her followers her 'secret' to looking … Continue reading Water Intoxication: How much water is too much water?

Meal Planning: Tips & Tricks

Hey, guys. It's that time of the week. Whoop whoop!     We all have that moment when there's so much food in the house and you are famished but you just don't know what to eat. I've been in that situation and I can categorically say that it is one of the most frustrating … Continue reading Meal Planning: Tips & Tricks

The Prodigal Blogger

Happy new year everyone!!!. I've been away for sooo long but I promise it's for a good cause. I'm definitely sorry for being absent for so long. I am back and it's definitely with a vengeance. Haha!  Before we proceed, I really hope you guys have stayed healthy. If you haven't, please send me a … Continue reading The Prodigal Blogger

Quote of the day

The world is full of checks and balances. Just when you get to the point where menu prices don't matter, calories do. - Phil Harris