Living Well

Preventing Diabetes: Best Food Ideas

Preventing Diabetes: Best Food Ideas

Posted on November 14, 2017 in Living Well with 0 Comments

November 14 every year is World Diabetes Day. Diabetes is a growing epidemic which occurs in a person when their body is unable to process blood sugar (Type 2). Type 1 – which is considerably less common than Type 2 – is a chronic condition arising from the body’s pancreas being unable to produce sufficient […]

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Foods to Avoid For A Healthy Heart

Foods to Avoid For A Healthy Heart

Posted on September 30, 2017 in Living Well with 1 Comment

  The way the heart is set up, it turns out that there are a lot of things we eat that are harmful to the heart. That’s why, here at Mamador, we always encourage you to improve your diet so that you can reduce your risk of heart diseases. Consciously working to improve your diet […]

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Heart Friendly Exercises

Heart Friendly Exercises

Posted on September 23, 2017 in Living Well with 0 Comments

In case you missed it, we’ve been focusing on how to keep the heart healthy for a while now. Last week, we shared content on the kind of fruits that are good for your heart and, the week before that, we showed you how to eat right to keep your heart healthy. This week, we’ll […]

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Cooking Tips

5 Reasons Why Fish Pepper Soup is The Ultimate Feel-good Dish

5 Reasons Why Fish Pepper Soup is The Ultimate Feel-good Dish

Posted on October 28, 2017 in Cooking Tips with 0 Comments

If you walk into any decent bar & restaurant across any Nigerian city today, you’re most likely going to find the point-and-kill fish pepper soup option as part of the menu. In some places, it is quite the main attraction. Fish pepper soup holds a special place in the Nigerian/West African cuisine. It’s the kind […]

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Best Way to Clean Periwinkles for Your Afang Soup

Best Way to Clean Periwinkles for Your Afang Soup

Posted on September 2, 2017 in Cooking Tips with 0 Comments

The Afang soup is perhaps the most renowned culinary export from Southern Nigeria. It is a much sought after delicacy in restaurants that serve African dishes all across the country. While it is quite common in many parts of Nigeria, Afang soup is truly in its most glorious form at home in the Niger Delta […]

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Five Meals That Are Indigenous To The South East

Five Meals That Are Indigenous To The South East

Posted on August 18, 2017 in Cooking Tips with 0 Comments

  This August, we’ve been going across some cities in Southeastern Nigeria as part of the Annual August Women’s meeting. In the cities we’ve been to so far, we’ve had the opportunity to meet several amazing women who have come out to welcome us, share their experiences and tell us how much they love our […]

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Cooking Occasions

5 Exciting Pasta Recipes That Are Easy to Prepare

5 Exciting Pasta Recipes That Are Easy to Prepare

Posted on October 7, 2017 in Cooking Occasions with 0 Comments

  Who doesn’t enjoy a delicious pasta dish every now and again? Do you have any favorite pasta recipes? From spaghetti to macaroni, pasta has quickly become part of the staple foods in Nigeria. They weren’t as mainstream in the 90s when rice – in any format (rice and stew, jollof rice or fried rice) […]

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Boli and Fish: Why Tourists Never Forget Port Harcourt

Boli and Fish: Why Tourists Never Forget Port Harcourt

Posted on August 27, 2017 in Cooking Occasions with 0 Comments

Boli: (n) plantain (usually ripe) roasted via heat from hot charcoals. Often eaten with pepper sauce, roasted groundnuts, or bole stew.   Boli Stew: Sauce made with a blend of pepper, salt, and spices heated in palm oil. Often garnished with sliced onions, vegetables, and fresh pepper. Eaten with boli or roasted yam and potatoes, […]

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Kitchen Starter Kit Nigerian Mothers Pass on to Their Daughters

Kitchen Starter Kit Nigerian Mothers Pass on to Their Daughters

Posted on August 10, 2017 in Cooking Occasions with 0 Comments

If you travel to any region across Nigeria, you’re sure to find that there are several long standing traditions that are unique to each of them. But one is also bound to find something of a cultural blend across them in some respects – in that, there are a few cultural practices that are quite […]

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Mamador News

Join Mamador at the Make Over 5th Edition Boot Camp

Join Mamador at the Make Over 5th Edition Boot Camp

Posted on July 4, 2017 in News with 0 Comments

Join Mamador at the Make Over 5th Edition Boot Camp for ladies on Wednesday, July 5, at the University of Lagos. We are partnering with Discovery Makeover – organizers of the event – to create a memorable experience, as well as gifts, for all the ladies that will be at the camp.   Make Over […]

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Walk The Walk This Saturday With Mamador And Truppr

Walk The Walk This Saturday With Mamador And Truppr

Posted on January 25, 2017 in News with 4 Comments

Are you ready Team Mamador!! It’s time to get out of bed and get your sneakers on. This Saturday, 28th of January, 2017, your number one cholesterol-free vegetable Oil, Mamador, will be partnering with Truppr to take the pledge for your hearts 7kms farther. This Saturday, WE WALK! We walk to promote physical fitness, healthy […]

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Mamador endorsement by Nigerian Heart Foundation

Mamador endorsement by Nigerian Heart Foundation

Posted on May 9, 2016 in News with 0 Comments

Endorsements are by no means a recent phenomenon in the Nigerian market but it has become a pungent tool for brand building. In the last few years, hardly there is any brand that worth its name that has not, at one time or the other, attracted either a celebrity endorsement or the certificate of a […]

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Preventing Diabetes: Best Food Ideas

Preventing Diabetes: Best Food Ideas

Posted on November 14, 2017 in Living Well with 0 Comments

November 14 every year is World Diabetes Day. Diabetes is a growing epidemic which occurs in a person when their body is unable to process blood sugar (Type 2). Type 1 – which is considerably less common than Type 2 – is a chronic condition arising from the body’s pancreas being unable to produce sufficient […]

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5 Reasons Why Fish Pepper Soup is The Ultimate Feel-good Dish

If you walk into any decent bar & restaurant across any Nigerian city today, you’re most likely going to find the point-and-kill fish pepper soup option as part of the menu. In some places, it is quite the main attraction. Fish pepper soup holds a special place in the Nigerian/West African cuisine. It’s the kind […]

Continue Reading

5 Exciting Pasta Recipes That Are Easy to Prepare

  Who doesn’t enjoy a delicious pasta dish every now and again? Do you have any favorite pasta recipes? From spaghetti to macaroni, pasta has quickly become part of the staple foods in Nigeria. They weren’t as mainstream in the 90s when rice – in any format (rice and stew, jollof rice or fried rice) […]

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