Moringa, also known as the tree of life, has been used for medicinal purposes and various lifestyle products. This plant has its roots in India and has been recognized for its benefits since ancient times. In fact, the ancient Romans, Greeks, and Egyptians used moringa oil to create perfumes and wellness products. Nutrition analysesContinue reading “Moringa”
Let’s discuss some ways to feel better when we’re tired, achy, or dealing with a serious ailment. It’s not just an old wives’ tale – chicken soup has scientific backing as a healing food that can provide the nutrients our bodies need. Traditionally, chicken soup has been a go-to meal for mothers and friends toContinue reading “Broth to Revive”
You need salt and sugar to survive. When patients tell me they feel guilty for consuming sugar or salt, I remind them that these are essential nutrients that our bodies need to function properly. The sodium-potassium pump, which is the largest mechanism in our bodies, relies on salt to ensure that every cell is workingContinue reading “Loving Salt and Sugar Again!”
Webster defines infusing as the act of steeping, soaking, implanting, or instilling. The benefits of infusing are numerous, ranging from improved nutrition to enhanced creativity and taste. Finding eclectic glass jars at a thrift store to use for infusions can be a fun and exciting experience. It’s a great way to repurpose oldContinue reading “Excitement of Infusing!”
STRENGTHEN YOUR DIGESTION REFRESHER Steep water, ginger, lemon for 5 minutes. Stir in apple cider vinegar and honey.
When I discuss to a patient in having tea for health, I sometimes get the “I don’t drink tea.” If I am in a feisty mood I say, “Well call it a broth.” If you dig into the difference of tea and broth it is a rabbit hole of thoughts with no real answer andContinue reading “What is the Difference Between Tea and Broth?!”