Think pink! When unadulterated, salt has more health benefits than you’d ever imagine.
Enzymes are proteins that catalyze reactions with an organism. Even if you have the best nutritional plan around, and supplement your diet with a host of vitamin supplements, without enzymes, the vitamins will not be absorbed into your system. The best source of enzymes from your diet comes from raw food, eaten in its original state with no processing.
I have been using this ginger tea recipe every winter for the last 10 years and it has never failed. Ginger with its warming and immune boosting properties, combined with sage and thyme, work to keep your body in tip top shape to fight off the bugs of the season. I cook my ginger tea plain, with herbs or with my mom’s recipe, adding cinnamon and jujubes.
Feeling tired and fatigued? Your body needs energy. Here are some nutritious foods that will help bring your mood back up!
The EWC, which stands for the Environmental Working Group, has just recently come out with its newest, most recently updated list of toxic foods. Each year the EWC publishes a list of produce ranked by the level of pesticides in them, with the lower numbers indicating higher levels of toxicity. They’ve nick-named the best and the worst of this list the “Dirty Dozen” and the “Clean Fifteen”.
There’s nothing better than a salad in the warm weather. Here’s one of our favorite light and simple summer salads, using Premier Research Lab’s products.
Tomato soup is one of those meals that is almost always a favorite comfort meal. Unfortunately, canned soups are full of surprise ingredients.
Pumpkin seeds can reduce your LDL levels and increase your serotonin – harvesting some seeds is a perfect excuse to carve yourself a jack-o’-lantern!
Pumpkin Almond Butter Brownies – they’re so good it’s spooky!