Super healthy smoothie anybody? Loaded with antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. This makes for a great quick lunch on the go or a healthy meal when you do not have much time to sit down and eat a regular meal. Here the ingredients for this October 2017 Super Shake. All ingredients are organic. Some are even grown locally:
Good salt (ideally unrefined sea salt) is very important for us. In this informative Podcast below (The Salt Fix), a cardiovascular research scientist and doctor of pharmacy at Saint Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute in Kansas City, Missouri, and the associate editor of British Medical Journal’s (BMJ) Open Heart discusses the need for salt.
What salt should you use you ask? I found the "Real Salt" to be of great quality. It is salt exactly the way nature made it. Nothing added, nothing removed. REAL SALT.
Salt (unrefined natural sea salt) is important for many biological processes:
Interesting video showing us why you may want to contact me rather sooner than later. The video is looking at the process of aging and how we might prevent diseases & strengthen our body. We don't necessarily have to get weaker at old age. Contact me today.
Sometimes we wonder if the extra dollars we spend really justifies the supposed health benefits for all organic produce. Is it really worth spending $10 and more per pound for organic, all grass-feed beef? Should we really spend $2+ for a head of lettuce? And is investing our hard earned money into all-organic teas or coffee really worthwhile?
YES is the short answer! Here is why.
The investigation seeks to answer questions such as: how do conventional and organic manufacturing processes impact food quality? What toxins and food additives are present in raw and finished products? And, how do milling and cooking alter nutrient composition? While not yet complete, preliminary findings show that organic grains are more nutrient-rich. Organically farmed tomatoes have also been shown to have significantly higher levels of flavonoids, lycopene, and vitamin C.
Most recently, a 2014 meta-analysis of 343 peer-reviewed publications concluded that the evidence indicates there are “statistically significant and meaningful differences in composition between organic and non-organic crops/crop-based foods.”
The team at Mercola has written a fantastic article. The original piece also lists a great "Shopper's Guide to Pesticides in Produce". Click here for entire article at Mercola.com
I will make this short - can you spend 30 min per day to do some moderate exercises? If so, you could potentially prevent many diseases. Considering that we have 23 ½ hours for sitting, sleeping, driving, eating and surfing the web, 30 minutes sounds doable. Watch this video and you will most likely have to agree.
A lack of one vitamin could cause a barrage of symptoms. What are these vitamins? There are two types of vitamins:
A list of all Vitamins and where they can be found will be posted next.