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Posted on30. Aug, 2013 by Isabelle Ngin.
Do you like to drink cold water to quench your thirst? There are many people just like you who prefer to drink cold water since they find it tastier and better than hot tea or water, room temperature or tap water, and vegetables and fruit juices. But in reality, cold water is not better than […]
Posted on06. Jul, 2013 by Emma Deangela.
During our science class, we are very much aware of what chlorophyll is – they are responsible for the green pigment in plants. Chlorophyll absorbs energy from the sun and facilitates photosynthesis in plants. Its unique ability to convert the energy of the sun through photosynthesis is used to make carbohydrates from water and carbon […]
Posted on17. Mar, 2013 by Emma Deangela.
Most American children today wake up to a glass of warm milk or a bowl of cereals with generous amount of the white liquid. From our ancestors’ time until now, kids have been drinking up milk on a daily basis, believed to be the complete food perfect for growing kids to ensure strong bones and […]
Posted on26. Mar, 2012 by Lora.
Did you ever wonder about what is in the alkaline diet and how this works in the body? Did it also enter your mind on how this is applied but could not get a grip of what it involves? This article will help you understand the alkaline diet and the implications it has as well […]
Posted on14. Feb, 2012 by Lora.
It’s happy hearts’ day and ladies couldn’t help having their heart all a-flutter over the excitement of what their sweethearts have prepared for them. Valentine’s day is simply relishing on the fact that you have somebody to laugh with, to cry with, share your thoughts with, dream with, and enjoy life with. It’s a time […]
Posted on26. Dec, 2011 by Isabelle Ngin.
I’m sure you have heard of many awesome benefits about Raw Food Diet, but you may not know some of these 11 reasons and benefits on how Raw Food could rock your body and boost your health. Watch this exclusive raw food video to discover the 3 surprising raw food diet tips that boost your […]
Posted on23. Dec, 2011 by Emma Deangela.
With Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year, all happening around the corner, I’ve put up a list of 3 different strategies that you can use to control weight gain and protect your health. Strategy #1: Don’t Overeat The holiday party is going to be really exciting, with lots of foods set up on the table, […]
Posted on28. Sep, 2011 by Lora.
My friend, who is a mother of two and in her early thirties, eats meat like a man twice her size. She can devour one large T-bone steak and still manage to gulp down some side dishes in one sitting. What is surprising is that she doesn’t gain much weight with eating so much meat […]
Posted on30. Aug, 2011 by Isabelle Ngin.
Green tea is made from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant, applied to heat either by cooking or steaming ( instead of fermenting) to minimize oxidation. The components of green tea catechins ( antioxidants) are very unique and contain concentrated epigallocatechin-3-gallate, better well known as EGCG. It is popular for its myriad health benefits […]
Posted on18. Aug, 2011 by Lora.
I came from a family of “happy eaters”. You know the kind where every meal is like a party and people eat and talk at the same time. We ate a lot and talked a lot during meals. Maybe because we were a big family, that’s why. Anyway, by the time I was 17, I […]
Posted on12. Aug, 2011 by Emma Deangela.
Americans nowadays are conditioned to consume processed foods from the moment of birth. From infant formula, babies are then given bottled baby food. Then they graduate to snacks and sodas and so on. This may be the result of our fast lifestyle. We are so in a rush that we have no time to prepare […]
Posted on20. Jul, 2011 by Emma Deangela.
Two thousand years ago, the Romans brought hemp to Britain. Hemp seed, a cannabis sativa, can be farmed with small amount or no fertilizer, and without any need of pesticides. It has all the amino acids and the fatty acids that the body cannot manufacture on its own (of which they are classified as ‘essential’) […]
Posted on14. Jul, 2011 by Isabelle Ngin.
You’ve never had a cup of truly rich and strong coffee with an aroma to die for, unless you’ve tried Kopi Luwak coffee. Since the Kopi Luwak has been introduced (even featured in the Oprah Winfrey show!), the demand for this rare and flavorful coffee has been incredible. What makes the Kopi Luwak so talked […]
Posted on07. Jul, 2011 by Emma Deangela.
Staying healthy and looking good is one way of living life to the fullest. A quick review on sugars and how they function in the body is a good way to evaluate if you are in fact staying healthy and not just looking good. About Sugars There is one basic function of sugar in the […]
Posted on15. Jun, 2011 by Emma Deangela.
“Chia” , a word that means strength, is of Mayan origin. Since 2500 BC, these ancient energy-packed seeds which were then more precious than gold, have been a main food for the American Natives. The Southwest Indians would consume nothing but Chia seeds dissolved in water as an energy food, and would traverse the Colorado […]
Posted on07. Jun, 2011 by Isabelle Ngin.
It’s no big secret that an alkaline lifestyle can do wonders—from helping you lose weight and making sure you stay healthy. The alkaline diet is so effective that even celebrities have committed to it. If you had any doubt about the effectiveness of the alkaline diet, then maybe you’d be convinced by the inspiring stories […]
Posted on20. Apr, 2011 by admin.
What is Safflower? According to the National Agricultural Research Institute, the safflower or carthamus tinctorius is a member of the Asteraceae and Compostiae family. It is a native plant that is said to be originated in North Africa, India, and Iran. The plant usually grows about 1 meter or 3 feet tall that is accompanied […]
Posted on20. Apr, 2011 by admin.
Kids, and even adults, get tempted by delicious foods. And the first point of contact to “assess” the tastiness of the food? – visual impact! Needless to say, a little color will spice up the appearance and even subconsciously the taste of the food. But I bet that there’s a certain level of resistance to […]
Posted on14. Apr, 2011 by Isabelle Ngin.
For many years, our diets have become more and more acidic due to daily consumption of sugars, caffeine, meat proteins, and processed foods. As a result, our body feels weak, gain weight and become more at risk of acquiring different diseases. Because of this, many nutritionist and health care practitioners have believed that the alkaline […]
Posted on07. Apr, 2011 by Emma Deangela.
Have you done any research on your cholesterol level and how to lower it lately? If you just did, your mind is probably still hazy and confused about what you ought to really do and how you really should adjust your diet to lower your cholesterol. That’s perfectly understandable, inasmuch as the information on the […]
Posted on25. Mar, 2011 by Isabelle Ngin.
On March 22nd, 2011, the Prime Minister of Japan, Naoto Khan has given an indefinite ban on spinach, milk and a local vegetable that came from Fukushima and near prefectures after these foods were found to be radioactive. This food suspension was the first batch since the nuclear plant crisis began which causes anxiety and […]
Posted on24. Mar, 2011 by Emma Deangela.
For all its widely acclaimed therapeutic benefits, wheatgrass hasn’t totally penetrated its way to the mainstream market just yet. Whether you want to get through a busy day with vigor and enthusiasm or are looking for an alternative way to get rid of a certain health problem, you should definitely look into wheatgrass as a […]
Posted on18. Mar, 2011 by admin.
Today, we are sharing with you this wonderful Ratatouille recipe. Do you still remember the animation movie Ratatouille? This is the same delicious dish which is made up of yummy vegetables. With the right mix of herbs, even a meat eater would find that this is an irresistible healthful delight. Try this recipe out and […]
Posted on02. Mar, 2011 by Emma Deangela.
Apple cider vinegar has been used since the time immemorial as one of the best alternative medicines for different ailments. In fact, during the time of Hippocrates, he was using this vinegar as antibiotic. The fermentation of apple cider is the process of breaking down the sugar component of apple cider. The responsible in breaking […]
Posted on24. Feb, 2011 by Isabelle Ngin.
Some people prefer them in their brownies, while others crave for its cheesecake variant. In one way or another, it has found its way into our daily lives, albeit not in its purest form. Blueberries, really, are more than what they seem. Unassumingly sweet and small fruits as they are, these purple treats are strongly […]
Posted on17. Feb, 2011 by admin.
Just recently, we have organized and invited Alkaline Water experts to share with you a teleseminar on Alkaline Water! Listeners had the opportunities to be more informed about our drinking water, the benefits of Alkaline Water and how Alkaline Water can benefit our health. And for those of you who missed the teleseminar, we have […]
An Interview With Suzanne Le Quesne, Author of The PH Balance Diet: Restore Your Acid-Alkaline Levels to Eliminate Toxins and Lose Weight
Posted on08. Feb, 2011 by admin.
We have just conducted a wonderful interview with Suzanne Le Quesne on her perspective of the Alkaline Diet. Before you listen to the interview, just a little introduction about Suzanne, she is a clinical nutritionist from Spain for 18 years and international author of “The pH Balance Diet: Restore your Acid-Alkaline Levels to Eliminate Toxins […]
Posted on05. Feb, 2011 by Staff Writer Candy Del Carmen.
Apple cider vinegar or ACV is another type of vinegar made through fermentation process of apple cider. The yeast and bacteria breaks down the sugar content of apple cider into alcohol and makes it into vinegar. The main ingredients of apple cider vinegar are acetic acid, citric and malic acids, and some citric. What makes […]
An Interview with Felicia Drury Kilment, author of Acid Alkaline Balance Diet: An Innovative Program for Ridding Your Body of Acidic Wastes
Posted on28. Jan, 2011 by admin.
We have just conducted the interview with Felicia Drury Kilment, author of “Acid Alkaline Balance Diet: An Innovative Program for Ridding Your Body of Acidic Wastes”, over a telephone interview. If you have contributed in our questions, you can probably catch some of your questions in this interview. Enjoy this interview and if you have […]
Posted on25. Jan, 2011 by Staff Writer Candy Del Carmen.
If you want to gain the optimal health benefits of alkaline diet, you have to consume at least 80% alkaline-producing foods, while the remaining 20% are acid-producing foods in your daily diet. It’s been reiterated many times how certain acidic foods can produce poison or toxic materials in our internal environment that we need to […]