(Andrew Martin) Food forests or Forest gardening have been around for a long time with many of the native cultures practicing this form of sustainable agriculture. It is a form of low-maintenance plant-based food production which replicates natural ecosystems, incorporating fruit and nut trees, shrubs, herbs, running vines and perennial vegetables. Beneficial plants and companion planting is a big part of the food forest system.
(S.D. Wells) American corporations often take the clean language of true clean eating and make it “dirty” by selling us tainted, toxic, gene-altered food that causes disease and disorder, all while promoting it through the use of propaganda and lies.
(Michelle Simmons) The key to a healthy diet is within your reach. You don’t need to go far to get it – since all you’ll be needing is a plot of land in your garden and some elbow grease.
(Michelle Simmons) If you suffer from chronic pain, limit your consumption of tomatoes, eggplants, and other nightshades. It is believed that this plant group can contribute to inflammation.
(Isabelle Z.) If you’re diabetic, you’ve probably had it hammered into your head already that you need to eat a low-glycemic diet and exercise regularly, but there is one very powerful tool that can help you in this fight that doesn’t get nearly as much attention: turmeric.
(Joel M. Harrison) Most of us have been stocking food in our cupboards for as long as we can remember. It’s not just us: People have been doing it for centuries, mainly so that they have ready access to food when they need it. Related Eating Real Food Combats Depression — Essential Information for True Health Source […]
(Zoey Sky) No one wants to be a spoilsport, but it can be tricky to watch the calories when you’re ordering from restaurants while on a lunch date. Below are some tips that you can keep in mind if you want to stick to your diet.
(Ralph Flores) For a lot of people, the concept of growing old isn’t thrilling because of one thing: cognitive decline which is one of the hallmark signs of aging. In particular, memory loss, forgetfulness, a decreased ability to maintain focus, and reductions in problem-solving abilities are all part of the cognitive decline. Some cases, however, are more severe, progressing into Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.
(Ralph Flores) People have given broccoli a bad name for far too long. When these small, green flower heads are on the plate, people would usually put them on the edge of the plate, not even looking at it. That’s too bad, really: This green, tree-like vegetable contains a lot of health benefits that could help improve overall health with regular consumption.
(Dulce Ruby) If you’re like me, you have questions about the food you’re consuming – or as a general rule of thumb, you aim to be conscious & cautious of what goes into your body on the day-to-day.
(Jessica Dolores) Our ancestors knew about the benefits of avocado, one of the oldest food plants in Mexico. The natives of Mexico treated avocado as both a food and medicine. The Aztecs used avocado leaves, seed, seed oil, and fruit pulp treat various diseases. They made tea out of the leaves and took them as medicine for cough, colds, diarrhea, and hypertension. Avocado tea also promoted menstrual flow, and the leaves were used to heal bruises.
(Vicki Batts) Fast food is unhealthy; it’s loaded with salt, sugar and fat — and a whole lot of calories. It’s often pretty low in essential nutrients, as well. It’s well documented that fast food should be consumed in moderation, if at all. Indeed, most people know that takeaway meals aren’t ideal, but a recent study has shed light on just how bad going to the drive-thru really is for your health.
(Amanda Monteiro) Aside from child bearing, the biggest thing that separates men from women is, of course, menstruation.
(Catherine J. Frompovich) Even though the above verse describes a setting of a mariner lost at sea with water all around, he still does not have any clean or unpolluted water to drink because it’s all salt water that will contribute to his demise! Even salt can be considered a pollutant.
(Catherine J. Frompovich) Have you ever wondered about that, or even questioned why, in reality, that’s been going on DELIBERATELY since the end of World War II? It’s a fact! Man-made-chemicals, most of which are poisons, have been added to the three essential components for life and living, and with the expressed consent of federal governments and regulatory agencies, which should know better and intervene, if they were not in the back pockets of corporations and on the take from their lobbyists.