Latest African cuisine Stories

2011-12-17 08:00:00

In the most recent article in First for Women, Dr. Mehmet Oz has called the African Mango a âœbreakthrough supplementâ. As researchers have explored the many possibilities of the miracle fruit, they have discovered that it has some unique health benefits with widespread appeal. In particular, the African Mango has been shown to be a powerful weight loss agent. Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) December 17, 2011 A recent article on African Mango has boosted the...

2011-07-09 00:00:31

Recent studies done on African Mango extract show that African Mango supplements are effective in helping people with weight loss. Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) July 07, 2011 Recent studies released by Gateway Health Alliances have shown that African Mango actually does promote weight loss in humans. These studies, done at the University of Yaounde I in Camaroon have supported many claims that this hyped weight loss ingredient works. Dr. Oz was the first all-star celebrity to endorse African...

2011-05-04 12:15:00

SHELBY TOWNSHIP, Mich., May 4, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- AfricanMangoDiet.com, a leading provider of African mango pills and extract, is pleased to announce it has released a new article titled: "Dr. Oz Recommends Using African Mango for Weight Loss." "Since Dr. Oz first mentioned African mango pills on his show back in September of 2010, we have seen overwhelming demand for our product," said an AfricanMangoDiet.com representative. "We also have received many, many questions about African...

2011-03-02 00:00:27

Health Buy, global leaders in Health and Beauty supplements, recently named the African Mango weight loss pill as one of their number one sellers. Burbank, CA (PRWEB) March 1, 2011 Customers looking to lose weight with Africa's oldest secret just got easier. Published in the journal of "Lipids in Health and Disease," a study was conducted on 102 people split between those taking the African Mango and those taking the placebo. According to the study, taking African Mango resulted in...

2009-06-30 05:41:50

Spanish researchers have uncovered a new type of camel that lived in Europe about six million years ago. The team, which was from the University of La Rioja, found 191 fossilized footprints that belonged to a group of 10 to 15 individuals at an excavation site in the eastern Spanish region of Murcia. The animal is presumed to have lived about six million years ago in the Upper Miocene period.  The camel has been named Paracamelichnum Jumillensis. The researchers said that it was...

2009-04-01 09:35:25

Wild camels wandering in the Australian outback are becoming a nuisance, as they are turning on outside water faucets in their search for water, officials announced Wednesday. "In a number of our communities it's quite common for camels to enter the community, and if there are any taps adjacent to houses they're quite capable of either turning the taps on or knocking the taps off so they get water," said Wayne Wright, chief of the Macdonnell Shire Council. The problem is becoming so extreme,...

2008-10-22 12:00:35

PARKER, Colo., Oct. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- In celebration of World Pasta Day on Saturday, October 25th, the Wheat Foods Council explores pasta's global influence with World of Pastabilities. Beginning in October, people can get a "taste" of pasta in a variety of ethnic cuisines via educational information and authentic recipes for Italian, Mediterranean, Mexican, North African and Russian pasta dishes at http://www.wheatfoods.org/ . "World of Pastabilities challenges people to think outside of...

2008-09-10 12:00:00

Innocent Drinks has extended its brand to include vegetable-based products for the first time, with the launch of four varieties of prepared meals that will initially be available in Waitrose stores. The move continues the company's health focus, but it is debatable whether Veg Pots will have the same appeal as its popular fruit smoothies. Innocent Drinks has moved into the production and sale of vegetable-based meals with the introduction of its new Veg Pots in four varieties: Moroccan...

2005-07-05 15:14:06

By Alistair Thomson JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - African scientists are developinga genetically modified (GMO) super strain of the staple grainsorghum that they say will be vitamin-packed to help fightmalnutrition. The project brings together several African researchinstitutions as well as a unit of U.S. Dupont, South Africa'sCouncil for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) said in astatement on Tuesday. "The primary objective of the project is to produce seedsof nutritionally improved...

Word of the Day
  • A Roman unit of weight, 1⁄1728 of a pound.
  • A weight of four grains used in weighing gold and precious stones; a carat.
  • In anatomy, a formation suggesting a husk or pod.
  • The lowest unit in the Roman coinage, the twenty-fourth part of a solidus.
  • A coin of base silver of the Gothic and Lombard kings of Italy.
'Siliqua' comes from a Latin word meaning 'a pod.'