• How can Moringa reduce fatigue, and improve mood?

    How can Moringa reduce fatigue, and improve mood?

    Fatigue is a commonly experienced condition that affects individuals in quite distinct ways; some may struggle keeping themselves awake as the end of the day gets closer. But others remain in a constant state of fatigue that can last months! The severity can ultimately affect pretty much everything; from day-to-day activities, to concentrating, thinking or even our performance at work. In the long run, chronic...
  • We are Featured in Forbes Africa!

    We are Featured in Forbes Africa!

    "Tanzanian agripreneur Darpan Pindolia is trying to balance local production with global offerings. The versatile earth in East Africa is his calling card to international success in regenerative farming." Our facility is based in Tanzania, Dar Es Salaam, where all our value addition takes place. Dhow's ultimate moto is to really ask; "Where your food comes from?" Darpan, our founder says; "Whether you are well...
  • Lifestyle factors affecting blood sugar

    Lifestyle factors affecting blood sugar

    Diabetes is a complex metabolic disease that affects millions of people worldwide. It is multifaceted and characterised by a collection of metabolic diseases in which an individual has high levels of blood glucose over an extended period of time. This can further result in the onset of other conditions, including heart disease, stroke, chronic kidney failure, foot ulcers and damage to the eyes. There...
  • The Role of Turmeric on Gut Health

    The Role of Turmeric on Gut Health

     Curcuma longa or turmeric has been used for centuries in traditional Asian medicine and cuisine for its healing properties. Today, it has gained massive popularity and is  widely used in foods and supplements as a way to promote health. You can find it added to almost everything, from “golden” lattes, to yellow crisps, to aromatic curries.  The remedial benefits of turmeric are attributed to...
  • Moringa for Low Iron Anemia

    Moringa for Low Iron Anemia

    Moringa: The Miracle Tree & It's Benefits for Low Iron Levels Iron deficiency anemia, is a result of the lack of healthy red blood cells to carry enough oxygen to the body's tissues. The condition is usually due to the lack of the mineral iron in the body resulting in symptoms like:  Fatigue Weakness Pale or yellowish skin Irregular heartbeats Shortness of breath Dizziness or lightheadedness Chest...
  • Bambara: A Vegan Protein Source

    Bambara: A Vegan Protein Source

    The future of our legumes The Bambara groundnut is a legume indigenous to Africa and is widely cultivated across Asia. This nutrient-dense legume is also often referred to as seeds and, like peanuts, ripen underground.  Bambara groundnuts vary in colour from black, dark brown, red, white, cream or a combination of these colours. It is round, hard and resistant under adverse environmental conditions such...
  • Lowering Blood Sugar

    Lowering Blood Sugar

    5 Ways You Can Control Your Blood Sugar. From energy slumps to brain fog, sugar cravings and trouble shifting weight, many of us will have experienced problems triggered by the blood sugar rollercoaster.   Yet, what does this mean for our health, for our bodies, and what can we do about it? Whenever we eat sugary foods, we trigger a cascade of natural processes...
  • Curcumin: The Inflammation Warrior

    Curcumin: The Inflammation Warrior

    Dhow X Dr.Priya Cholayil A pharmacy graduate with expertise in Alternative medicine . Having spent 25 years in the pharmaceutical industry now finding answers/solutions to various health conditions in alternative medicine. Investing time & thought into studying Superfoods with a MD in alternative medicine specializing in Dietetics & Nutrition. THE Inflammation Warrior! Was it just today that you looked at your pristine white food containers...
  • Ginger: Nature’s most powerful painkiller

    Ginger: Nature’s most powerful painkiller

    Ginger, scientifically known as Zingiber officinale Roscoe, is a flowering plant native to Southeast Asia. The rhizome (or root) of ginger has been widely used as a flavoring agent and herbal medicine for centuries. The humble ginger contains a mixture of many biologically active compounds, most of which are shown to have powerful effects on the human body. To date, more than 400 chemical...
  • Sweet Potatoes and PCOS

    Sweet Potatoes and PCOS

    This combo may come as a surprise to you but believe it or not, sweet potatoes are a food to add into your diet if you are looking to control Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. (PCOS) What is PCOS? PCOS occurs in women of reproductive age due to hormonal imbalance. The imbalance can cause infrequent, irregular or prolonged menstruation, excess androgen and/or cystic ovaries. Addressing this imbalance...
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