Are you ready for cold and flu season? Unfortunately, 90% of us have a cold every year and more than half have several. So little is mentioned about what to do to nurture ourselves. One thing we all agree on is nobody enjoys being sick. Don’t like the taste of commercially available cough syrups? Here’s a sweet remedy that is homemade and free of artificial additives! Recover against colds and flus with this all-natural cough syrup recipe.
This Liver Juice Cleanse can get you started on your very own journey to renew your liver. The vegetables and fruits used in this juice recipe all have liver cleansing properties in one way or another. It includes lots of chlorophyll which is great at soaking up environmental toxins in your bloodstream and can neutralize heavy metals, chemicals, and pesticides. No need to sacrifice taste for a deep cleanse in this juice recipe!
A rainbow diet is the best diet because it includes foods from all the color groups – green, orange, yellow, blue/ purple, red and even white. A “Rainbow Salad” will ensure your body gets nutritious food and rich antioxidants, not to mention a healthy and low carb diet. This recipe is a sure way to get in all the color food groups with its fruits, vegetables, and healing spices in one dish. One serving offers a lot of health benefits, including weight loss. So reach for the rainbow and get your daily dose of plentiful nutrients.
Has a cold or flu got you down? Sipping on a warm cup of herbal tea may be just your cup of tea! Herbal teas used for cold and flu not only help to eliminate the chill but help to alleviate post nasal drip, sinus congestion, sore throats, and fevers. There are many herbs that help to ward off cold and flu viruses and can easily be added to this ‘best tea for a cold’ recipe. I’ve listed some of the most popular herbs you can add to this recipe to boost your immune system and ward off colds and flu. Happy tea time!
Everyone knows that protein is definitely an important nutrient you need in your diet to maintain energy, build strength and muscle, bone health and repair of every cell in your body. However, not everyone is up to eating loads of animal protein to get their daily requirements.
Kale is so good for you and is considered a super food due to its many health-promoting properties. Kale is descendent of the wild cabbage, which is why it is similar to other cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, cauliflower, mustard greens, brussels sprouts and bok choy.
My favourite Indian restaurant here is named Saffron, for obvious reasons after the flavourful spice, and it absolutely delicious. It’s for the special occasions where you just have to indulge in exquisite food; my birthday, my graduation, my dad’s birthday, lunch with the Mr, a random law school lunch, and that time we just had to have Indian food ordered at home.
There is so much folate in this pesto, you will make a pound of serotonin before bedtime, which means a night of great sleep and a smile in the morning.