You’ve heard it before – that the more colorful a fruit or vegetable, the more nutrients it contains. Then you come to cauliflower, which is very white, yet supplies more than 77% of the recommended daily value of vitamin C, in just a cup of it. Like other cruciferous vegetables, cauliflower is rich in anti-inflammatory… Read more
It was at the very tail-end of Winter, that life on many levels got interrupted in a huge way. There is no one who as not been affected in some way by the enormous impact that the coronavirus and Covid-19 has had. It will be a major topic of discussion and matter for concern for… Read more
I keep coming back to coconuts, one of my favorite whole plant foods, particularly the Young Thai Coconut. It is mostly not noticed by the general public, sometimes vilified as unhealthy because of its high fat content, and now almost hailed as a wonder-food in some circles for the electrolyte benefits of its water, and… Read more
What a unique and delicious fruit! I grew up with an avocado tree in our yard in California , so it was easy to grab one at will and enjoy it. The trouble was that I didn’t really like avocados. Now, however, with my diet more refined than it’s ever been, avocados are staples in… Read more
As far as foods go, I think a good, sweet, juicy watermelon on a hot day is one of the prettiest sights there is, and one of the best, most wonderful things to eat. I haven’t always been quite as enthused as I am now about this great summer treat, but a few years ago,… Read more
For some reason that I am not at all sure of, I have felt drawn this summer to explore options for hydration, other than just water…good as just water is. Read more about water here. I have, for example, been interested in the benefits of regular doses of Lemon Water, and have had fun at various… Read more
Eating greens daily is like giving your body a transfusion – one that is beneficial, increasing your energy and vitality.
Raw Cacao is a superfood –easy to digest, absorb and assimilate. It’s natural ingredients are intact which makes for increased vital force and energy in the body.
Vitamin D has important actions in almost every cell in the human body. Low levels are associated with osteoporosis, several cancers, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, depression, and autoimmune diseases.
Anyone’s diet can be improved by adding more Raw Food to it. With a little intentionality about making just a few changes, people are amazed at how quickly they feel better, look more radiant, and operate with energy they didn’t know was possible to achieve.