Six Super Spices!

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Cinnamon- Just 1/4 teaspoon daily lowers blood sugar, LDL (bad) cholesterol and triglycerides. Try Cinnamon sprinkled on oatmeal or in smoothies.

Cumin- A potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant that may help stop tumor growth. Try cumin in tacos, or use it as a rub on meats.

Nutmeg- Contains antibacterial compounds that may help fight listeria, E. Coli and salmonella, according to research. Try nutmeg in soups or chicken dishes or on sweet potatoes.

Turmeric- Contains an active component called curcumin, which has anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and anti-viral properties. Try Turmeric in soups, stews or curry dishes.

Ginger- Stops nausea and may also relieve heartburn and bloating. Try adding a few slices of fresh finger to stir-fries or salad dressings.

Dried Red Pepper- The compound capsaicin puts the heat in chiles. It may lower the risk of skin and colon cancers. Studies show it also helps people eat fewer calories. Try hot pepper on pizza or in pasta.




Vitamin B Deficiency

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Today’s fast food diet among young people and dismal nutritional status. There is a increase in Vitamin B deficiencies, which is very damaging to the brain and causing severe emotional problems. Vitamin B complex type of nutritional deficiency causes severe anxiety, depression, feeling of impending doom, hostility, violence, confusion, blood sugar imbalance, poor muscle tonicity, carpal tunnel syndrome and much more…

Benefits of Essential oils.

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Frankincense oil properties- Anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, analgesic, anti-fungal, expectorant and astringent, etc.

It has many wellness uses to calm and relief stress, cold & flu, Immune strengthener, skin care….

Fistful of Nuts- Part 2!

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A fistful of Nuts can change the way you look and feel.

Peanuts– Protein, Calcium, iron, sodium, potassium, Vitamin A,B an C. etc.Peanuts are a complete source of protein. They contain a nutrient called resveratrol , which help improve immunity level and good for the heart.

Walnuts–Calcium, iron, phosphorus, potassium, Vitamin A,B & C. Walnuts help nourish the brain, strengthen bones and improve functioning of the intestines.

Cashew Nuts– Iron, potassium, magnesium, and Vitamin A etc. Cashew help treat anemia, improve complexion and boost the immune system.

Almonds– Calcium, fiber, potassium,magnesium, phosphorous, folic acid. Almonds help treat skin diseases, constipation, impotency and respiratory disorders.

Remember to have your fistful of nuts everyday!!


Fistful of nuts!

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Although we tend to think of nuts as snack foods, they are great sources of protein, vitamins and minerals. But moderation is key. Nuts can be addictive. Once you start eating them it’s hard to stop. Think one handful, not bowlfuls. Limit your intake, eating too much will result in weight gain.

Powerful Health

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Healing Yourself is Easy. Just STOP doing what makes you Sick….

And START doing what will create Powerful Health.

Liver Toxicity!

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The liver is an essential part of your body’s ability to neutralize and eliminate toxins. In this regard, it is like the oil filter in your car. Over time, several factors can make the liver congested and sluggish, and overwhelm its detoxifying ability:

• Poor diet: refined & highly processed foods, fried foods, dairy products, refined sugars, hydrogenated oils, fast food, chemical additives, preservatives, pesticides and artificial sweeteners
• Drugs: medications, smoking, alcohol and recreational drugs
• Environmental pollution: air, water, noise, electromagnetic.
• Poor digestion, especially “leaky gut” syndrome: toxin absorption through gaps in the intestinal wall.