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10 Health Benefits of Celery Seeds

Being a long distance runner, aches and pains in the muscles are an inevitable.. A great way to treat muscle spasm naturally is with celery seeds. I like to add these seeds to my early morning juice but if you can’t get the seeds, the pharmacy sells these in capsule form too. Here are 10 […]

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Mad about Moringa!

Today I want to talk about the Moringa plant. My Indian friends use it regularly in their cooking (stir fried leaves, and seeds used in dhal) and it’s got tons of nutritious properties, but I want to highlight a few that’s important to running mothers! Firstly, a big energy boost.. yes sir indeed! And secondly, […]

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Gaga over Grapefruits

In my bag today are these luscious grapefruit! (Thanks hubby for packing them for me.. ) Did you know, that the grapefruit was bred in the 18th century as a cross between a pomelo and an orange? They were given the name grapefruit because of the way they grew in clusters similar to grapes?? Grapefruit […]

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The Amazing benefits of Gaharu Tea

If you are someone who enjoys drinking tea, perhaps take a closer look at Gaharu Tea. Pure Gaharu Tea (Agar Tea/Oud Tea) made from the leaves of the Agar Tree (Aquilaria Malaccensis), grown deep in the tropical rainforests of Malaysia it is rich in antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. You only need to head down to […]

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Eating the Colors of the Rainbow!

Eating the colors of the !! Fruit and vegetables fall into five different colour categories: red, purple/blue, orange, green and white/brown. Each colour carries its own set of unique disease fighting chemicals called phytochemicals. It is these phytochemicals that give fruits and vegetables their vibrant colour and of course  their healthy properties… You’d be less […]

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Top Reasons to Eat More Fruits

Fruits! I must say I cannot go one day without them. They are an excellent source of vitamins and minerals. Everyone knows to eat fruits to prevent vitamin C and vitamin A deficiencies. People who eat fruit also have a reduced risk of chronic diseases. USDA’s MyPlate encourages making half your plate fruits and vegetables for […]

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Just KALE it!

Kale. I am obsessed with Kale! I need to have it in every veggie smoothie I make in the mornings.. Good thing my husband grows ours in his garden. But I bet u didn’t know some things about Kale. 5 Thing you didn’t know about KALE… 1. It Has More Vitamin C Than An Orange! […]

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How to make homemade Yogurt

Here’s one way to make homemade Yogurt. Saves money and u can feed the entire family! This one makes 2 liters at a time and once a week. USE: 2 liters whole milk (can use raw milk, organic milk, or regular milk…but never pasteurized) 1/4 cup Plain Whole-Milk store-bought Yogurt, use a good quality brand that […]

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