Category Archives: Juicing & Smoothies Tips

The Super Food Goodness of Blueberries

Blueberries are more than a scrumptious, piquant addition to a fruit plate. Moses Taylor Hospital in Pennsylvania reports, "One serving of blueberries contains a cup full of goodness." Here's why they are good for you: – One cup of blueberries has 15% of your daily vitamin C requirement. – One cup contains 14% of required daily dietary fiber. – Blueberries have no cholesterol or fat. – They are low in calories. Blueberries are the nutrition supply houses […]

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The Benefits and Advantages of Eating Healthy Food

One should never underestimate the importance of eating healthy food. There are so many benefits but why are there so many people still not eating right? Why has obesity and heart diseases become such a huge factor? Although the statistics are clear, people still refuse to change their life styles. Eating healthy food may become a struggle, especially when there are so many fast food restaurants everywhere we turn. Often people make excuses like they don’t have […]

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The Natural Anti-Inflammatory Diet Breakfast

One of the secrets of relieving pain and chronic inflammation is understanding the potential of your kitchen. This is the food your prepare in your home and eat to rebuild your body. Just open your fridge, pause, and look at what your body will be made of tomorrow. Food for thought? Good – Now we can get started. In this article we will create a wonderful natural anti-inflammatory and antioxidant breakfast that will give you energy and […]

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The Good and The Bad About Sugar

While current research has shown that people in general have reduced their consumption of fat, there are more alarming findings about sugar consumption. Obesity has now been declared a worldwide epidemic and statistical evidence suggests that obesity has more to do with sugar consumption than fat consumption. We need a reasonable understanding of different sugars in order to make the right choices. As this may get a little too technical for some people, I have relegated a […]

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Superfood – Nugreens – A Superfood Review

In a previous article, I wrote about Salba – (Salvia L. Hispanica), the tasteless Aztec staple grain that endowed its people with tremendous energy, stamina and general health. I wrote about the genetically modified form of Salvia L Hispanica now cultivated in South America and imported into the United States for sale through various distribution channels. In this article, I’ll review a superfood supplement called NuGreens and why it is important for busy health-conscious individuals to be […]

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Feeding Teens – Senior Citizens Can Benefit From Their Nutritional Needs

I thought my days of feeding teens were over. But after my daughter and former son-in-law died in separate car crashes in 2007 I became a GRG — grandparent raising grandchildren. Suddenly I was cooking for teens again. It was a hard adjustment and the first thing I had to do was cook more food. Every other day I go to the grocery store. I am there so often that many staff members know my name. My […]

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5 Unhealthy Diet Foods That Can Make You Gain Weight

Eating healthy and finally deciding to take charge of your health and fitness is a great step in achieving the fountain of youth and quality of life! It’s a fact! People who are fitter and healthier are happier! A quality diet is essential for good health, but as s novice jumping into this so-called healthy food world, you can easily be fooled. Just jumping into the world of “diet” food conjures up feelings and thoughts of negativity. […]

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Roselle Kefir – A Healthy, Delicious and Probiotic Water Kefir Soda

Here’s good news for soda lovers! You can now enjoy a soda drink that is both healthy and delicious-the roselle kefir. Most of us are aware of the hazards of drinking soda regularly. A regular 12oz can of soda contains 39g of sugar, which works out to about 10 teaspoons of sugar, usually in the form of high fructose corn syrup. Numerous studies have shown the link between the regular consumption of soda to various modern-day diseases. […]

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Food Guidelines For Basic Constitutional Types

Tridosha system The central concept of Ayurvedic medicine is the theory that health exists when there is a balance between three fundamental bodily humours or doshas called Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Vata is the impulse principle necessary to mobilize the function of the nervous system. Pitta is the energy principle which uses bile to direct digestion and hence metabolism into the venous system. Kapha is the body fluid principle which relates to mucous, lubrication and the carrier […]

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Can I Grow Taller If I Skip Breakfast? – Nutrition You Should Have to Grow Taller 4 Smarts

Do you prefer a hearty breakfast or a light morning bite to grow taller in good health? A big meal at lunchtime or at dinner? Snacks or no snacks? Three meals a day or several mini-meals? No approach is healthier than having breakfast if you follow your personal guidelines to grow taller 4 smart eating to and healthful living overall. That said, one meal, one snack, or one day of less healthful food choices or high-calorie eating […]

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