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Vitamin A & D

| February 8, 2013
vitamin A&D

Vitamin A is often obtained by people from a cod liver oil supplement.  For those who cannot digest fish oil, this Vitamin A supplement is a dry (non-fish) form of Vitamin A and is easily absorbed.  Vitamin A is also obtained from beta carotene as your body will convert beta carotene to A.  Some people […]

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Healing Baths

| February 7, 2013
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Special baths can induce sweating and promote elimination of toxins from your body.  I remember many years ago I came in from mowing the yard and my face was beet red and I only had a tiny line of sweat at my hairline.  This didn’t seem right because it was a hot day and beet […]

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COQ10

| February 7, 2013
CoQ10

Co-enzyme Q10 — COQ10 — is an enzyme that puts oxygen into your muscles.  One of your most important muscles is your heart; COQ10 oxygenates your heart.  It is so dramatic, that people, especially women who wear makeup, notice the difference in their skin tone in just a few days.  Women have to change their […]

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High Fiber Fruit & Nut Muffins

| February 7, 2013
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Fiber is an important component in our diets as it helps reduce excess cholesterol and keeps our colon “scrubbed” and working well.   Many of us don’t get enough fiber mainly because we eat so much food that has had this nutrient removed; processed food.  Take the time to make this muffin recipe for added fiber.  […]

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Uncheese Cookbook

Uncheese Cookbook

| February 7, 2013
uncheese cookbook

I had to quit using dairy products (milk, not egg) and felt lost without them.  Lasagna without cottage cheese and mozzarella?  Pumpkin pie without canned milk?  Cottage cheese and pears without cottage cheese?  Dairy was embedded in my cooking.  Then I found a book called the “Uncheese Cookbook” with recipes for making any kind of […]

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Barley

| February 7, 2013
barley

Barley water is the recipe for anemia and anemia is a condition whereby you don’t make enough red blood cells.  Symptoms of anemia can be lack of energy, becoming breathless easily, pale skin.  If you’re on a meatless diet, you can become anemic.  Lack of vitamins B12, folic acid and the mineral iron can lead […]

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Sleep Aids

| February 7, 2013
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Insomnia or sleeplessness, especially if chronic, can be a baffling problem to solve because the causes can be so varied.  There is no “one size fits all” here so be prepared to try different things to help overcome this problem.  Let’s start with the basics.  A “normal” sleep cycle says when it gets dark, we […]

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Apple Pectin Recipe

| February 7, 2013
apples

Well, you say, why would I want to make apple pectin?  If you use apples a lot or have an apple tree or two, it’s full utilization of the fruit.  Besides, apple pectin helps prevent constipation, is a moist fiber, and even helps to eliminate heavy metal.   APPLE PECTIN Apple pectin is made from […]

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Tofu

| February 7, 2013
tofu

Tofu is a product of soybeans.  It is an inexpensive source of protein and a source of mild and safe estrogen.  If you’re wanting to be a vegetarian or just cut down on meat protein, it’s a great substitute.  I’ve heard it derided as nothing but plastic but that’s not true.  The argument is that […]

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Eat Right 4 Your Type

| February 7, 2013
eat right book

Still one of the best guidelines for dietary nutrition and health for each individual based on blood type.  Are you blood type O, A, B, or AB?  It does make a difference to your personal health and well being because it defines what you can eat and what you should not eat.  Your blood type […]

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