When was the last time you’ve visited your massage therapist?
How did it go? – Oh that felt good!
The only reason why I’m making this post is because of you. Yes, for women who still believe a single chemically produced pill will change your life forever.
Even my grandmother knew these commercials about the pills are here to take your money away.
I was doing this occasionally, but now I feel scared to do the same thing.
Sometimes we really know to get around our possibility to eat food. We cook more than we can eat.
There’s a new Mr. Potato in town. Last year, the U.S. Department of Agriculture approved a few new genetically modified potato varieties for farmers to grow commercially. There are genetically modified versions of the popular Russet potato and the Atlantic potato, the New York Times reports. It seems like every week another GMO fruit or vegetable is being approved just another good reason to grow your own!
Potatoes are fairly low maintenance, can be grown in a pot or in the ground, last a fairly long time if stored properly, and can be very nutritious (high in potassium and vitamin C). Here’s more incentive: according to this article, you can grow 100 pounds of potatoes in 4 sq. feet.
One of the most powerful herbs for curing of diseases is garlic. It has been used as an ingredient in many tasty dishes for centuries. Here are the health benefits of garlic:
Garlic is a very powerful vegetable. Using garlic you can make a salad, omelet or pasta sauce. It gives the dish a pungent flavor.
You probably thought that the worst thing your shampoo could do to you is to burn your eyes, but it turns out that your shampoo could be deadly. The Center for Environmental Health based in Oakland, California, performed a study on shampoos and soaps and found that at least 98 included a carcinogen known as cocamide diethanolamine (cocamide DEA).
Too many in the natural health field, especially writers, scoff at the Budwig Diet’s core protocol as unreal and unsuited for reversing cancer. There are other dietary requirements that are part of her protocol. Lots of sunshine and stress management are also part of Johanna Budwig’s approach to healing the whole person.
That core protocol is flaxseed oil and cottage cheese. Originally it was flaxseed oil and quark, a crumbly textured white cheese resembling ricotta that is common among German speaking nations, Scandinavian countries, and much of the Eastern European region. But quark is not available in America. So here it’s cottage cheese instead of quark.
My husband never goes to bed without a glass of water lying on the nightstand. I thought everything is fine with that. He is getting thirsty through the night and he drinks it.
A couple of days earlier, I saw him drink it first thing in the morning.