Early Alzheimer recovery is possible. A recent study on patients with Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) found that less than a gram (1,000 mg.) of turmeric daily, taken for three months, resulted in ‘remarkable improvements.’
Though hot cocoa is a winter classic, making this super-charged hot cocoa could conceivably rival your morning coffee all year ’round. You might even experiment, adding coffee to this recipe and invent your own brain-awakening, satisfying Starbucks-esque caffè mocha cuppa! To your healthy, I say!
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Want to slow down aging and increase your overall strength, stamina and mental sharpness? I know I do, so I’ve been playing around with using coconut oil and turmeric together (there she goes again with the turmeric and the coconut oil!) daily for a way to boost brain power and overall immune system capacity. Add a few other super-foods as part of your routine, and there you have it:
Drinking this super-food hot cocoa every day could very well keep the doctor away. My husband and I drink a cup of this twice a day and he has seen big results in his joint pain and general inflammation. See below for the reasons I can make that statement. (Note: If you get too close to bedtime, the caffeine in the cocoa could keep you awake).
Do you just barely survive your difficult pregnancies? With permission, I am so happy to bring to you this guest post which represents many years of carefully gleaned information. Diana writes over at her blog, formerly The Whining Puker.
It’s that time of year, folks! The time when I go through my supplement and diet plan and revise for the coming year. And… here it is! Version 2016, at your service.
Oven-dried strawberries make a delicious, portable and healthy snack. Although they’re often dried in a dehydrator, you can get an equally great result with your oven.
You can make shelf-stable, oven-dried strawberries much like the freeze-dried strawberries NASA has sent to the moon with astronauts. The video Space Age Strawberries shows NASA’s process and why astronauts love them – watch with your kids and then make your own in the oven!…
The wisdom of the green smoothie has been attacked. When one of my favorite health bloggers wrote How Green Smoothies Can Devastate Your Health, my head rang with questions. In fact, I felt it a bit fear-based.
Many of us, in an effort to get healthy or alkalinize, consume green smoothies regularly. The vast majority of people who suffer from calcium-oxalate kidney stones have never ever had a green smoothie. Some believe whatever they read, and now some are afraid of eating greens because they’ve heard of dangers of getting too much oxalic acid. Naturally I had to figure out if there was any truth to this for the greater majority of people or for us. We make green smoothies regularly and eat handfuls of greens right from the garden. You’d think our whole family would have kidney stones!
Pumpkin cheesecake sounds amazing right now, doesn’t it?
There is something about pumpkin blended with lots of rich spices that makes me feel all warm and cozy. The rich, deep flavors that make pumpkin so special will be equally appreciated whether the leaves of the trees are just turning color or the first blanket of fluffy snow is falling outside your door and the log stove warming your tootsies.
If you are trying to avoid grains and gluten as more and more people are, you’ll be excited to find a recipe that is easy and company-worthy. I’ve given my version a 5-star rating, as no one would ever suspect it’s ‘healthy.’
Recently, I experimented with Tasty Yummie’s Pumpkin Cheesecake recipe that’s made by blending cashews and pumpkin. My first attempt was pretty good, but it simply wasn’t spiced richly enough for us, so I tried it again and bumped up the warming spices. This time, it was just right.