“Y” is for Yellow Vegetables and Fruits

… if you drink an excessive amount of carrot juice, your skin may develop an orange color. . . . → Read More: “Y” is for Yellow Vegetables and Fruits

Enhance Your Coffee

My friend David started to do something strange to his coffee. He loads it up with a bunch of grass-fed butter and coconut oil, almond oil, and maybe some cinnamon and cayenne pepper, then blends it up until it’s all incorporated. He said it was amazing. I like my coffee strong and black. I feel . . . → Read More: Enhance Your Coffee

“W”hey

Little Miss Muffet sat on a tuffet, eating of curds and whey. . . . → Read More: “W”hey

“T”hiamine

But you can be found to be deficient in Thiamine. The symptoms are usually mental confusion, difficulty breathing and tingling in the extremities. . . . → Read More: “T”hiamine

“S”trawberries

One cup of strawberries contains over 13% of the RDA of dietary fiber, yet only 43 calories. The dietary fiber in strawberries helps to keep digestion regular, as well as lowers blood pressure and curbs overeating. . . . → Read More: “S”trawberries

“R”hubarb

Our loves pies and cakes and other desserts made with rhubarb, but what are the health benefits to eating rhubarb? . . . → Read More: “R”hubarb

“Q”uercetin

Quercetin is very necessary to have in our bodies. . . . → Read More: “Q”uercetin

Hemp Protein Vs. Whey Protein Powder

No, I am not a body builder. At one time we were on a diet that had the dieter drink 2 whey protein shakes and one meal, the first two weeks of the diet. I was on a web site that was having a sale on hemp protein and I realized that I wanted to try it. . . . → Read More: Hemp Protein Vs. Whey Protein Powder

“O”nion

“Chop up a raw onion and cover it with honey (manuka honey is even better) and let it stand for four or five hours. It makes an excellent cough syrup and is wonderfully soothing for an inflamed throat.” Lynley Kempthorne: . . . → Read More: “O”nion

Cure Dry Skin – From Outside and In

This winter I had very dry skin.  I’ve always had dry skin—even in humid Illinois where I grew up.  But this winter, my skin was drier than ever.  I have controlled the itching by using coconut soap, shea soap and hand-made African black soap.  I have tried to avoid any commercially made soap that has . . . → Read More: Cure Dry Skin – From Outside and In