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Delicious, nutritious, and healthy buckwheat bread. If you can’t eat gluten breads and foods made with gluten, you don’t have to suffer. This awesome and nutrient dense bread is a perfect substitute and will keep you satisfied. It’s very easy to make and bake.
- 1. 2 1/2 cups of filtered water
- 2. 1 tea spoon of sea salt
- 3. 3 table spoons of ground flax seeds
- 4. 2 table spoons of hemp seeds
- 5. 1/2 cup brown rice flour
- 6. 2 3/4 cups of buckwheat flour
- 7. 2 tea spoons baking powder
There are many good reasons for eating raw foods. Cooking kills many vital nutrients such as vitamins, phytochemicals, and enzymes. Vitamins and phytochemicals are a large group of plant-derived compounds assumed to be responsible for disease protection. Enzymes assist in digestion and proper assimilation of nutrients. In addition, enzymes help to fight inflammation that causes chronic disease. Eating raw foods may help lose weight since raw foods are low in calories, fat, and sodium and high in fiber. Eating 80% of raw foods...
Cooking destroys the vital and essential nutrients that we need to stay healthy; however, eating raw food does the opposite. Raw food provides us with more energy, more mental focus, and eases daily pains and aches. Eating at least 80% raw food will feed your body with what it needs to thrive and not just survive.
Our bodies require the building blocks such as enzymes, vitamins, minerals, essential fats, ...
High quality natural nutritional supplements typically absorb better. So when you take supplements, you want to be certain that whatever supplements you take are being absorbed. Remember that not all supplements and herbs are created equal, which is why it usually is worth paying a little more if it means getting a quality supplement. Our supplements are made from 100% organic and natural fruits and berries and herbs. All our supplements are certified organic and perfectly balanced to provide your body with essential nutrients, vitamins, and minerals.
You know that eating or drinking dark chocolate has been shown to help protect skin against the harmful effects of sun exposure. Chocolate products are made from cocoa beans which have a higher antioxidant capacity than any other food. The high concentration of antioxidant flavanols in cocoa bean helps reduce inflammation of the skin caused by exposure to harmful UV light. In addition, using skin care products made from chocolate and acai berry supports...
Black Pepper is a common spice that you may use daily to spice up your food. Black pepper comes from the berry of the pepper plant Piper nigrum. It has been cultivated as a spice throughout the history and used to enhance the flavor of most foods around the world. Black pepper has several nutritional benefits and medicinal properties. Black pepper contains iron, vitamin K, and manganese. It enhances the absorption of beta-carotene, vitamin Bs, and selenium. Peperine the compound in the black pepper has been shown to have anticarcinogenic and antioxidant properties. In Ayurvedic medicine,...
Quinoa is the tiny, ancient Peruvian seed, with a mild, nutty flavor, is related to leafy green vegetables and is often used like a grain. Quinoa is a gluten free grain and is as versatile as rice but it has a protein content that is superior to that of other grains. Quinoa contains all the essential amino acids. In particular, quinoa is high in lysine, an amino acid important for tissue growth and repair. It’s also a good source of manganese, magnesium, phosphorus and copper, and it has a high iron content.