Add excitement to your water! Staying hydrated is very important, especially in the summertime. So why is hydration so important? I’m glad you asked. Your body is actually made up of mostly water and all of your cells, tissues, and organs need it to function properly. Water is used to remove waste, keep joints lubricated, regulate body temperature, and it is essential for life. … Read More Jazzing up your water!
I have a new favorite slushy drink I call Kiwi Kisses. Kiwi is packed with vitamins ( folic acid, Vit C, Vit E), minerals ( calcium,iron,copper,magnesium,potassium and zinc) and phytonutrients which repair the DNA. Recipe for Kiwi Kisses 7 Kiwi’s pealed & sliced 2 cups of ice 1 cup of water Put all the ingredients in a blender and drink! It’s a very refreshing … Read More Kiwi Kisses!
I just finished making lunch. It turned out so nice that I thought that perhaps I should share the recipes. The Salad In a large bowl put in the following goodies : Fresh spinach Water cress Romaine Kale 2 navel oranges Crushed brazil and macadamia nuts Two cups of Edamane Hand full of pumpkin seeds Add about a tablespoon of Tangerine Balsamic Vinegar Two … Read More Hungry Anyone ?
My recipe for Grape Love Leaves. One jar of grape leaves Two mangos one cup of finely crushed walnuts 1/2 cup of dried Goji berries One cup of Goat cheese ( optional) Two cups of brown jasmine rice Pinch of dill, oregano, cumin, thyme, garlic, onion, parsley, anise, cayenne pepper and tbsp of salt. … Read More Recipe for Grape Love Leaves
Jared and I are enjoying this lovely day by indulging in a most scrumptious meal called Spicy African Stew. Look for this recipe and its creator Pam Oaks, author of The Nekkid Chef when I post the interview on Monday , April 9th. Have a Happy Day! Shine as Love & Light! Jules
Anyway you slice it, the delicious lush tomato is one of natures power fruits! Below are some fab reasons to indulge in the scrumptious juicy world of a tomato! 1. Packed with health benefits, tomatoes contain tons of Calcium which are wonderful to build and maintain strong bones. 2. Our skin is our largest organ. Tomatoes contain very high levels of lycophene. That is … Read More I say Tomotto…you say Tomaaato!
NaturalNews.com is one of my most favorite web pages. The information they provide , in my opinion, is extremely valuable in terms of keeping us informed regarding any subject of optimal health. Below is an article on gluten. I know many people who live with Celiac disease or are gluten intolerant. Most people don’t realize how gluten can seriously affect us. Some of us … Read More The Glory of Pasta
What Vegetarians Should Eat To Get Enough Protein: By FITLife.tv Each plant food has its own unique amino acid profile, from green leafy veggies to tubers, from barley to quinoa, from lentils to tofu, from macadamias to brazil nuts. By eating a variety of plant foods with ‘incomplete proteins’ throughout the day, we can easily get enough ‘complete protein.’ For lacto and ovo-lacto vegetarians, any … Read More Protein Power!
There is an epidemic of processed sugar overload that has been going on in our country for far too long. Whether it’s traditions, such as halloween, or birthdays or any other cause of celebration, “sugar” takes the stage. Almost every day I speak to mom’s that complain that their kids are having physical and emotional issues. When I ask them about their diet. most … Read More Bella Fruit Art