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Therapeutic Juicing for Hypothyroidism

Therapeutic Juicing for Hypothyroidism

27 by / on June 11, 2011, 10:46 am

Some of the recommended foods for the thyroid all leafy greens such as lettuces. But that’s not all. Juicing can actually help you defend against hypothyroidism.

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Juicing for Health: Four Cheers for Nutritional Yeast

Juicing for Health: Four Cheers for Nutritional Yeast

0 by / on June 8, 2011, 9:02 am

Juicing for health with vitamin and nutrient-rich yeast can turbo-boost your day as an easy source of protein, dietary fiber, vitamins, and minerals.

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Juicing to the Calypso Beet

Juicing to the Calypso Beet

0 by / on June 6, 2011, 7:56 am

Lemon juice goes very well with beet juice, but lime juice works too. Here’s an intro to using and drinking beet juice – and a very warnings too!

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Juicing Spicy:  Top Notch Tomato

Juicing Spicy: Top Notch Tomato

1 by / on May 30, 2011, 5:16 pm

There is something incredibly nourishing about the robust flavor and grounding energy of a spicy tomato juicing concoction.

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Impact Juicing (and Smoothies!) with Chia Seeds

Impact Juicing (and Smoothies!) with Chia Seeds

5 by / on May 27, 2011, 11:04 am

Nutritionally dense, chia seeds are an easy way to add fiber, omegas, protein, potassium, and calcium all in one tiny package.

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Juicing Pulp with a Purpose

Juicing Pulp with a Purpose

1 by / on May 22, 2011, 10:49 am

If you’re an avid juicer, then you’ll probably end up with lots of fruit and vegetable pulp. Here are some quick recipes and things to do with juice and veggie pulp.

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More Info on Menopause

0 by / on April 20, 2010, 5:30 am

I’ve always been a multi-tasker, but recently have found myself forgetting things and muti-tasking has become more difficult.  The other day I walked down two flights of stairs to get something in the basement.  Once down there, I put what I needed on a shelf and started another quick project in the basement.  A few minutes later I walked back up the two flights of stairs and sat at my desk only to discover I had forgotten what I went into the basement for!  The books were still sitting on the shelf in the basement!  Now I understand this could [...]

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Gerson Therapy

0 by / on March 27, 2010, 7:42 am

“There is no cancer in normal metabolism,” wrote Max Gerson, M.D. ( 1881-1959) Hard to believe that that long ago, someone was talking about health and ways to fight cancer.  Or better yet, how not to allow cancer to thrive in your body!  This still makes me very sad…and angry.  What part of “you are what you eat” is still not registering with us? Max Gerson, M.D., lived in the United States for 23 years.  He is the pioneer of what is known as nutritional metabolic therapy.  His therapy involves detox and nutrition aimed at restoring the body’s natural immunity and healing [...]

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The Benefits of Psyllium

0 by / on February 23, 2010, 3:54 pm

Psyllium has been showing up as an ingredient in high-fiber breakfast cereals. It has been claimed to be effective in reducing blood cholesterol levels in those who consume it.  “Several studies point to a cholesterol reduction attributed to a diet that includes dietary fiber such as psyllium,” says Wikipedia.  Sometimes all I have to do is read a sentence and it convinces me I have to try it in something other than what I find it in on the grocery shelf.  This one screams “Put me in a smoothie, please!” This is about the benefit of using powdered psyllium that [...]

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Are You Listening To Your Gut?

0 by / on February 4, 2010, 1:11 am

It’s really a challenge to stay on a high raw lifestyle when you live with others who are not.  I took last week and challenged myself to juicing as much as I could.  First I have to say I felt wonderful immediately.  My stomach aches disappeared and as of today, I lost four pounds.  I don’t usually crave cooked, but I was at that point before I started this.  That craving has disappeared along with the sugar cravings.  I’ve been at this point many times over the past few years.  Although I eat a high raw diet, I have my [...]

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