In my personal pursuit of reclaiming my health and preventing further disease, legumes and beans are major foods that I consume three to four times a week. Cooking your own beans is the best way to keep their nutritional value. I cook a large pot of pinto beans once a week. I freeze half of them in a glass container and I keep the other half in the refrigerator. Pinto beans have protein, B vitamins and fiber. They are delicious in burritos, stews, ranch beans, dips, soups, etc.
Posts tagged ‘Digestion’
Vegetable smoothies are one of my favorite and most convenient ways to deposit nutrients into my body. I consume them every single day. Vegetable smoothie are a perfect way to get vitamins, minerals, enzymes, antioxidants, fiber and cleansing water from your fruits and vegetables in a hurry.
October is hailed as the scary month. Chilling movies are aired at the theaters, frightening masks and creepy costumes are just around the corner as Halloween approaches. But there is another scary thing that is lurking. October is breast cancer awareness month. Now that’s scary! Yet still, there is something even scarier than breast cancer.
Lack of nutrition is the single most devastating daily abuse we subject our human bodies to. The definition of nutrition is: the process by which food is converted to living tissue. Everything we consume, for good or ill, will convert to living tissue or dead tissue, living cells or dead cells. Reclaiming your health and preventing disease begins with what you know and understand about the law of nutrition.
Garlic has medicinal properties that fight off bacteria, viruses, molds, and yeast naturally. It cleanses the liver and helps the intestinal track fight off bad bacteria that collects over time. Garlic water is instant nutrition since it does not have to be digested by the body.