For thousands of years, olive oil has been known for its healing properties, as it was used by all ancient civilizations, they even called it “liquid gold” for its various health benefits. Not only it was known for that, but it was also used for consumption, cooking, anointment for the dead, and even perfume.
Yogurt is every kitchen and dining table staple, especially in Ramadan, wondering why? It’s light, versatile, and filled with benefits.
Chia seeds are derived from the Salvia Hispanica plant which is native to Mexico and Guatemala. Those tiny seeds were a staple food for the ancient Mayans and Aztecs and in ancient Mayans, ‘chia’ means ‘strength’.
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