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Nutrition

Health Benefits of Fruit and Vegetable Juice

Fruits and vegetables are great to eat.  However, it is often more convenient to drink fruit and/or vegetable juice. For example, when you are busy at work or commuting and are unable to chew properly. It is also beneficial for those who have issues with chewing, either because of dental problems or when one is unwell. Do you know the Health Benefits of drinking Juice? Read to learn more.   Cranberry Juice This is the liquid juice of the cranberry.  It has a very tart taste, which is why most commercially pressed cranberry juice has added sugar and other fruit juices to make it more palatable.   Cranberry juice is rich in Vitamin C. It therefore strengthens the immune system and helps your body fight against oxidative stress from free...

Health Benefits of Cauliflower

You may have come across this vegetable, however you probably don't understand the full benefits of this particular vegetable. We are referring to the vegetable called cauliflower. Now, just so you know, you can get different varieties of cauliflower from several countries. There's white cauliflower and there's Romanesco cauliflower. The white cauliflower is white of course. The Romanesco is the one  that looks like the cauliflower has got little lumps on it. It is lime green in colour. There's also Orange cauliflower and Purple cauliflower. Quite remarkable. Now the orange cauliflower and the purple cauliflower, you can normally find in the USA, Australia and France. In the UK, it seems to be always the lime green Romanesco or the white cauliflower.     Why is cauliflower so versatile?...

Superfoods To Eat Daily

What are superfoods?  These are foods that are high in antioxidants, essential fatty acids or fibre, which are beneficial to a person's health. Ronald was a regular guest on the Chrissy B Show several years ago where he talked about a few superfoods we highly recommend you consume weekly if not daily.  Watch our TV recording below to learn more.     https://youtu.be/a0C3ZdUJKmE     1.Bittergourd or Bitter melon This tastes bitter as per its name. However this superfood is incredibly great for your liver and pancreas. It is proven to heal various illnesses such as diabetes and high blood pressure. It can either be eaten raw or cooked slightly by stir frying or steaming.     2. Organic Celery If you have got arthritis, eating at least six stalks of organic celery daily will reduce...

Health Benefits of Chives

Chives is a species of flowering plant in the family Amaryllidaceae that produces edible leaves and flowers. Its close relatives include onions, garlic, spring onions, shallots, scallions and leeks. Chives are normally finely chopped and used as a garnish in various recipes such as baked potatoes, egg dishes, rice and noodles dishes, soups, sauces pesto, burgers, bread and salads. Chives must never be cooked, otherwise you will end up with a soggy mess. When you grow your own chives or buy from farm shops, you are more likely to benefit from the purple or lavender flowers as well, which sadly is often not available from chives sold in other shops or supermarkets. These purple or lavender flowers have a delicate onion-garlic taste and can be...

Tips For Healthy Eyesight

Our eyes and eyesight are one of our most valuable gifts and senses so it is important we look after it properly from young so that we maintain healthy eyesight as we grow older. When you look at your eyes, you have got to be very intelligent, and realise the eyes are part of your whole body. It's not separate. It is part of your body. So whatever goes into your body must end up feeding the eyes. If you don't feed the eyes, the eyes will suffer.     In the TV recording below, we discuss the following food items which you must consume regularly to maintain good eyesight. There are other foods not discussed here such as carrots and blueberries, which most readers are already aware...

Natural Remedies For Fibroids

Fibroids are non-cancerous growths that develop in or around the uterus or womb in women. The growths are made up of fibrous tissue and muscle. They vary in size and most women are unaware they have fibroids because, often there are no symptoms.  Fibroids may be as tiny as a seed or grow larger than a tennis ball. Although fibroids are usually not dangerous, they can cause discomfort and may lead to heavy menstrual bleeding, causing anemia and fatigue. It can also result in frequent urination and back pain.     You need silica, a trace mineral to naturally cut away fibroids or any abnormal internal growth. You need to eat foods such as Dandelion, Watercress, Organic Celery, Kale and Cavolo Nero. Dandelion and Watercress should be eaten...

Health Benefits of Probiotics

What are Probiotics and why do we need it?  Read further to learn more.     Probiotics are live bacteria and yeast that are beneficial for our gut health. Having the right gut bacteria has been proven to improve digestion, enhance immune function, provide healthier skin and reduce risk to some illnesses. As it is difficult to get adequate and right probiotics solely from food, we recommend taking a good quality supplement to help colonize our gut with good microorganisms. For example, whilst yoghurt may be a popular source of probiotics, many commercial yoghurts are not as healthy as they seem due to added sugars, colourings, flavourings and preservatives. Some people are also allergic to dairy.     Other sources of Probiotic foods include kefir, sauerkraut, kimchi and tempeh. Probiotics should...

Health Benefits of Lettuce

  Do you eat lettuces (lactuva sativa)?  It is an annual plant belonging to the daisy family and first cultivated by Egyptians. This leafy vegetable is often used in salads, wraps, sandwiches and soup. Which are your preferred lettuce and why? Are you aware there is a type of lettuce that is man-made, cheap and used by most take aways and restaurants that you must avoid? Read further and watch our video below to learn more.     We encourage everyone to maintain a healthy lifestyle so they can enjoy life till very late in their 70s,80s and 90s. Where possible, eat home grown organic and unprocessed foods. One of our neighbour's 7 year old son has expressed a keen interest in gardening at this young age. It is...

Best Foods For Eye Health

Our eyes are one of the most precious senses we have and maintaining great eye health for as long as we live is of vital importance.  Imagine not being able to see clearly, differentiate between colours, not being able to read or see your loved ones or beautiful scenery. This is what could happen as we age if we do not give priority in looking after our eyes when we are younger. Most people believe that failing eyesight is an inevitable result of aging or eye strain. In actual fact, a healthy lifestyle can significantly reduce the risk of eye health problems.     You can do this by understanding and appreciating what nutrients our eyes require in order to keep healthy. For example, our knees require calcium,...

Health Benefits of Coconut

Coconut is the fruit of the coconut palm that has a wide range of health benefits. It is rich in fibre and medium chain triglicerides (MCT) and can aid with weight loss, digestion, hydration and improved heart health. It contains water, milk, oil and nutritious flesh. Coconuts grow mainly in tropical regions. The tall tree is on average 80 feet tall and the dwarf tree is on average 20 feet tall.     The harvesting of coconuts are either done by climbing the tree with the help of a rope ring round the feet or ankles of the climber or with the assistance of a power operated ladder. In some countries, monkeys are trained to pick coconuts. Monkeys are a lot faster and on average, a male monkey...