Whether you are feeling a little under the weather or not, a cup of warm calming herbal tea is always a good way to comfort yourself. Herbs have been used as medicine for centuries for good reasons. They contain powerful plant compounds with potent antiviral properties that can help your body fight off viral infections. This antiviral tea contains herbs that are well known for their medicinal properties. Here’s one more way to enjoy the fragrance of these wonderful herbs while reaping their powerful virus-fighting benefits.
Cranberries should not be the star only during Thanksgiving with all the warm fuzzy feelings of the holiday season. That’s because they easily live up to their title as a superfood. Cranberries are packed full of antioxidants and are extremely low in calories. They also contain excellent amounts of vitamins A, C, and K. Regular consumption of cranberries are shown to prevent a wide range of diseases like recurring urinary tract infections and so much more.
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.
I love the notion of using vegetables as a substitute for grains for those people with grain sensitivities or following a Paleo diet! Also, I am always exploring creative ways to sneak in the extra veggies in my diet and even a surprisingly kid-friendly substitute. When the cauliflower rice frenzy began, I was on board! Consuming cauliflower-rice is an enjoyable and satisfying way to promote many health benefits.