Tag: fruits and vegetables

The Secret to the Tastiest Green Smoothies

By Heather Callaghan, Editor Don’t let the bloggers and cult diets scare you away from green smoothies. Raw, green and fruit smoothies are life giving – just look at your face glow after one week. Green smoothies help people flatten tummies and keep your energy levels high. If you’ve wanted a way to add fruits and veggies to your…

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How to Make Watermelon Sorbet with Only 2 Ingredients

By Sugar Crystal Kitchen Cool down this summer with this delectable frozen treat – 100% guilt-free! My name is Jessica and making sweets is my passion! On this day I made watermelon sorbet with only 2 ingredients, no ice cream machine required! INGREDIENTS: – 2 cups watermelon – 1/2 cup citrus juice (lemon/lime/orange) Watch How I…

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Prescription Broccoli In A Pill Seen as a Future Diabetes Treatment

By Alex Pietrowski The life-changing disease Type 2 Diabetes is on the rise worldwide, and especially alarming is the fact that rates are on the rise among children and teenagers, potentially condemning them to a lifetime of dependence on pills, shots, blood-sugar testing, and doctor’s visits. There are many natural alternatives to popular prescription medicines, in fact, many of…

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Why Fighting Free Radicals with Holistic Foods is Essential to Long-Term Health

By Jeremiah Johnson Free radicals refer to substances that affect the homeostasis of your body.  Homeostasis is where the body maintains balance and a normal working order.  The free radical is a grouping of atoms that can be influenced by certain forces (such as radiation or oxidation) that “wander” and then become attached to another molecule…

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What Your Not Supposed To Know About Recovering From Diabetes

By Phillip Schneider Diabetes is considered to be one of the most common illnesses in western society. Nearly one in ten Americans have it, making it one of the most serious health epidemics of the 21st century. The pancreas of a type 1 diabetic produces little to no insulin, which the body needs to carry glucose from the bloodstream to…

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