Has anyone tried kimchi, yet? If not, that’s okay, it’s not the most accessible food. I have something else for you to try to boost your digestive system: Kefir. It’s a yogurt-like beverage, similar in taste and that it’s usually made from dairy products. But it’s better than yogurt in at least a few . . . → Read More: Too Many Benefits to List – Kefir may be the Best Probiotic
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
What do I think about when I hear or see the word “cayenne”? First, I try and say the word right—I usually mispronounce it. Secondly, I think “hot, hot, hot!” and I do not like it very well.
Then, I was looking for a recipe to make my own lotion using coconut oil and found . . . → Read More: Cayenne – More Than Just a Spice
It is flu and cold season again and before you grab the nearest pharmaceutical, look to nature first. The Elder tree berries are truly one of nature’s wonder cures.
While the leaves, bark, roots and branches are toxic to humans (2), the berries provide essential “organic pigments, tannin, amino acids, carotenoids, flavonoids, sugar, rutin, viburnic . . . → Read More: The Power of the Elderberry
I made a new discovery. I just realized that I did not have to walk around with deep dark circles under my eyes (have had for a very long time) or the bad spider veins on my legs from childbirth and being overweight.
I started using a roll stick (Garnier) for my dark circles and . . . → Read More: Vitamin K