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The world has known about and consumed organic food was consumed for thousands of years. With relatively recent introduction of pesticides, herbicides, and fungicides and genetically–modified food into the market the best option is still organically grown foods. According to many studies organically grown foods are higher in nutrients as opposed to the conventionally grown foods. The real issue with the conventional foods is that the man-made pesticide residues build up in the human body over years...
There have been much mixed news about arsenic levels in rice. Arsenic is a poisonous metal that causes serious diseases in humans and animals. According to FDA there is no short-term impact of arsenic on human health. But what about long-term? While studies are been conducted, FDA recommends to diversify consumption of grains in your daily diet. There are a number of alternatives such as...
Start your day with a superfoods mixture for breakfast instead of cereals. This delicious quick smoothie is gluten-free and contains a mixture of superfoods that include organic cacao power, flax and chia seeds, banana, organic Yakon syrup for sweetening, hemp milk or any other milk of your choice. This smoothie provides the following nutrients required for your body daily: potassium, magnesium, calcium, iron, vitamin B1/B2, zinc, dietary fiber, protein, carbohydrates, sodium, omega 3, omega 6, and omega 9.
- 1 ripe banana, cut in pieces
- 2 cups of hemp...
Lucuma is one rising star fruit that grows in the sub-tropical native to Peru. Lucuma provides 14 essential trace elements and is a rich source of antioxidants which offers anti-inflammatory properties. Make your own super breakfast by adding lucuma power to your oat cereals or any other breakfast cereal...
During winter days your body requires extra energy to keep warm. My favorite way to keep warm is to drink spiced up hot chocolate any time of the day. This hot chocolate provides handfull of nutrients from raw cacao powder and maca powder. Here is a quick recipe:
Easy hot cocoa recipe for these cold winter days using our organic raw Cocoa :
- 1 cup of milk or any dairy free beverage (my favorite is hemp milk)
- 2 teaspoons of raw cocao powder
- 1 teaspoon of sugar or ½ teaspoon of stevia
- Bring milk to boil turn off the heat, mix in cocoa powder and sugar and stir well.
A cup of hot chocolate usually contains about 4 or 5 milligrams of caffeine, which is about 1/20 that of a cup of regular coffee. When you use our raw organic cacao powder you get all the benefits of nutritional value. You can simply mix two teaspoons of cacao powder and one spoon of raw brown sugar or raw coconut sugar with a cup of milk or milk alternative such as almond or hemp milk. To make your hot chocolate more versatile and spicy add one teaspoon of maca powder and a dash of cinnamon mix it well and enjoy it.