One of the greenest grasses of the grass family, barley grass is considered the only vegetation on earth that can supply sole nutritional sustenance from birth to old age.
We’ve all heard the phrase “you are what you eat”. It’s a popular phrase in that it does hold some truth to it. The foods we eat contain a wide variety of essential and nonessential nutrients, as well as other substances that can affect our body functions.
April showers bring May flowers. And with the rain comes rainbows – which are just beautiful. Another rainbow that is beautiful is a rainbow of nutritious and delicious food. Canada’s Food Guide recommends that adults consume between 7 and 10 portions of fruits and vegetables every day. For many people this can present a challenge. […]
It is often said that worrying is using your imagination to create something you do not want. And if you are familiar with the Universal Law of Attraction you understand that you get whatever you think about…whether you want it or not. The Law of Attraction says: That which is like unto itself, is drawn. […]
Aging is a part of life and getting older can increase the risk of many age-related health problems. We can grow old gracefully by taking care of our health, or we can neglect our health, become sick, and suffer from age-related health conditions.
Did you know beets are a natural cleanser helping to remove toxins from the body and nourish the bloodstream? Not only can beets help cleanse the liver and purify the blood, they also aid in digestion and stimulate lymphatic activity. Beets contain powerful nutrients that can help protect against heart disease, birth defects, and certain […]