by kathryn629 on January 25, 2012

Eggs can be a great source of protein.  If you eat eggs, purchase high quality from you local farmer.  These eggs contain significantly more omega 3 fatty acids than conventional eggs. Chickens are suppose to forge in the pasture, eat (…)

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by kathryn629 on January 25, 2012

Sea Vegetables such as kombu, nori, kelp and wakame contain 92 nutritional elements. You can add them to soups, stews or stir fries to add extra nutrition and flavor.

Health Tip: FIBER

by kathryn629 on January 19, 2012

The National Cancer Institute recommends at least 20 to 30 grams of fiber daily. Fiber has been shown to prevent some forms of cancer. Fiber promotes healthy regular bowel movements and moves food quickly through the digestive tract to minimize (…)

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Health Tip: HUMIDIFY

by kathryn629 on January 11, 2012

To naturally freshen and humidify your air, put a large pot of water on the stove to boil and add some cinnamon sticks and cloves.  Let it simmer until the water is nearly gone.

Benefits of PINEAPPLE

by kathryn629 on January 9, 2012

There are many benefits of a Pinapple, a natural anti-inflammatory fruit; Contains enzymes for treating rheumatoid arthritis effectively. Helps you lose weight by curbing sweet tooth. Prevents plaque, keeps teeth healthy, and reduces gingivitis. Aids w/ constipation and irregular bowel (…)

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