Even if you can't give up all the foods you know aren't doing your health much good, incorporating these foods will at least help you fight some of the effects of processed foods you eat. There are so very many recipes you can find on this website, and online that make it easier than you … Continue reading Fool Disease with These 10 Foods!
Happy November everyone! I love this month in Northern California. Our wild backyard beckons us to meander amid its glistening, lush and inviting foliage. The grass is emerald green again, and the little finches, sparrows and squirrels enjoy the last of the persimmons hanging too high for us to reach. Our cats stay close to home, … Continue reading Breakfast Photo and Happy November
Mung beans are very high in wonderful nutrients. They provide manganese, potassium, magnesium, folate, copper, zinc and various B vitamins. They are also quite filling so you will consume fewer calories when they are part of your meal, and they are high in protein, resistant starch and in dietary fiber. They can help lower cholesterol, … Continue reading DIY – 5 Step Mung Bean Sprouts
Cucumbers belong to the same plant family as squash, pumpkin, and watermelon. They are 90% water like watermelon, so will keep you hydrated on a hot summer day. Cucumber packs K, B vitamins, copper, potassium, vitamin C, and manganese, so they can help you to avoid the nutrient deficiencies that are widespread in our diet. … Continue reading Treat Diabetes and Expel Toxins with This Crunchy Vegetable
Some food combinations amplify each others' nutritional benefits to such an extent, that together they become super powerful healers. Below are notable food synergies that can help you plan meals that will boost your family's health. Green Tea + Blk Pepper + Lemon - increases ECGC absorption Turmeric + Black Pepper - increases absorption … Continue reading Powerful Food Synergies – Print the List!
We had a few days of rain about a week and a half ago. It's back to sunshine and 65-70 degree weather. In the meantime, seeds and shoots waiting to sprout, did so... and to my surprise we have 3 Swiss Chard plants nestled among the clover! I almost tripped over them as I marched … Continue reading Phyto-Rich Rainbow Juice
Papaya, Papaw or Paw Paw (Australia), Mamao (Brazil), is a delicious tropical fruit. Hawaiian Papayas are small and pear-shaped, while Carribean and Asian papayas are long and large. Papaya is high in: vitamins C, A, K, E, plus magnesium, folate, beta carotene, and lutein, and more. Christopher Columbus called it "fruit of the angels". ~~~~~~ … Continue reading Benefits of Papaya: Heal Inflammation, Indigestion and More