The UN once declared Spirulina the “best food of the future”. Is it just sensationalism? After all, it’s only a microscopic, blue-green algae. Used by the Aztecs and Mesoamericans since the 16th century, few know that its history goes even further back to 9th century Chad. Presently, it is cultivated and eaten in over 70 countries as a dried powder or pill.
Are you up to date with the dangers of mercury in fish? With all the buzz about the amazing benefits of omega-3 fatty acids, many people are making fish a bigger part of their diets. But the fact that nearly all fish and shellfish contain mercury has most of us questioning whether or not it’s a good health choice.
Apple cider vinegar is a combination that many use when they’re trying to drop a few pounds. What you might not know, however, is that this sweet and sour combo is a remedy for many conditions of the body. The wide-range effects of apple cider vinegar can be attributed to its abundance of nutrients.
The beauty and vibrancy of the sunflower is illuminated in the sunflower seeds it gives birth to. While growing, sunflowers twist on their stems to follow the sun throughout the day, and their efforts award us with seeds that spring forth with an amazing array of nutrients. Sunflower seeds are a delicious treat that is sure to fortify our nutrients and help improve our health.
Gotu Kola is a low-growing vine-like plant native to India, Sri Lanka, Japan, and parts of Northern Australia. This nondescript little plant grows lovely and tasty leaves that are a favorite food of the elephant and, more recently, us humans.
Memory. What an amazing thing. I first became fascinated with memory about 5 years ago when I borrowed a book from my younger brother about ways to improve your memory. I was most interested in the section about improving your memory by association.