Quick and simple tips to help in healthy living.
A cup of broccoli has as much calcium as a glass of milk.
Pears contain lignin, an insoluble fiber that helps to usher cholesterol out of the body.
Enzymes are the most fragile nutrient; they are the first to be lost in the cooking process.
Putting cinnamon sticks in your drink, or sprinkling just a tiny amount on food, will make your insulin release much more efficient.
Oats contain twice as much protein as brown rice and are an excellent source of complex carbohydrates to maintain energy levels.
Parsley is a stress-buster, and studies have shown it to be effective in reducing depression, lowering cholesterol & strengthening kidneys.
Broccoli is one of nature's most potent super foods, and has almost twice as much protein as steak: 11.2 g per 100 calories.
Two ounces of almonds give you more than 50% of your daily magnesium requirement, a mineral that's important for heart health.
In the 1940s Dr. Fred Klenner routinely cured polio and other viral diseases with intravenous vitamin C - instead of vaccination.
When we worry, we spark a chemical reaction in the body, creating excess free radical activity within our cells.
With proper nutrient intake, calorie restriction has been shown to increase mean and maximum life span and decrease oxidative damage.
When following a plant-based diet, using flax seed oil or ground flax seed daily will help meet the essential fat needs of the body.
The incidence of type-1 diabetes is higher in children who are fed cow's milk formula or who are fed cow's milk before six months of age.
If you are eating a plant-based diet without junk in it you are likely consuming all the calcium you need.
Pomegranates are loading with disease-fighting antioxidants. They also contain potassium, fiber, vitamin C and niacin.
Sodium and high amounts of animal protein cause renal excretion of calcium, negatively affecting the
calcium balance of the body.
Kale is a rich source of a group of potent phytochemicals that help prevent certain cancers as well as age-related macular degeneration.
Raspberries are very low in calories and very high in vitamin C. They are an excellent antioxidant and their seeds are quite high in fiber.
Garlic has been shown to slow cholesterol synthesis, lower blood pressure, lower atherosclerosis and even improve memory function.
Refined sugar was considered a high society party drug in the middle ages and given to soldiers to make them fight more viciously.
Parsley is very versatile; it sweetens the breath, is an effective diuretic, helps to lower cholesterol and strengthens the kidneys.
Blackberries are a great source of dietary fiber, vitamins C and K, folic acid and manganese. They also have high antioxidant strength.
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LaDawn "Khetnu Nefer" Frasier is a multi-passionate women's holistic health coach, who is dedicated to helping women overcome issues with their womb. As a uterine cancer survivor and a woman living with PCOS (poly cystic ovarian syndrome) she knows first hand how important holistic health is in helping women to heal themselves. This blog chronicles her health journey as well as provide tip and tools for others to utilize on their holistic health path.