Good food provides good health;
Good health provides good quality of life;
So, good food provides good quality of life.
For Jenan, quality of life means your physical and emotional well-being. Quality food contributes to both; it nourishes your body while providing you with a sense of satisfaction until your next hunger pangs strike.
Food for health
You need food to keep yourself going, maintain a healthy weight and keep your immune system strong.
We know very little about the health benefits of Omega 3. Researches, done across the world so far reveal that these unsaturated fats are essential for maintaining good health. They are also effective in preventing various health issues ranging from vision impairments and skin problems to dementia and heart attacks.
Omega 3 fats or fatty acids are a category of polyunsaturated fatty acids (aka PUFAs in medical parlance). They are critical for your healthy existence and hence, indispensable in your daily diet.
As we look back over the past 45 years, we understand that Jenan has come a long way. From being part of a family-owned business, we are now recognised as the people's most-preferred food brand.
Jenan has made great strides in its journey that started way back in 1976 with the establishment of National Flour Mill by Al Ghurair Foods in Dubai. The National Flour Mill marked the dawn of industrial revolution in the country and was the first-of-its-kind flour mill in the UAE. It was set up with a vision to offer fresh bread to the UAE residents.
Adding an egg or two to your diet can help you meet your daily nutritional requirements. Besides balancing your diet, there are numerous other health benefits linked to eating eggs daily such as increasing metabolism, boosting the immune system, and improving brain health.
However, not all eggs are the same, providing the same benefits. Only locally-produced eggs can be considered a good source of all the essential nutrients.
Here’s a list of benefits that are attributed to locally-produced eggs.
Avena sativa or oats have been providing energy to human beings as well as some animals for thousands of years. Originally a Scottish staple, the grain was first introduced in the European farming scene around 1500 BC.
Over the years their production has seen sporadic highs and lows with the coming of other cash crops. But, today they’re making a strong comeback with a high consumption rate across the world, replacing other cereals dominating the breakfast, lunch and snack menu of every home.
In the UAE, the demand for oats is soaring like never before with more and more people adopting the food and influencers promoting it for its many amazing nutritional benefits.