Beautiful Red Cabbage!

Beautiful Red Cabbage!

5 Benefits of Cabbage Juice

Red cabbage is even more nutritious than green cabbage. Following are some of the amazing benefits it offers you:

  1. Protects your heart.  It raises levels of beta-carotene, lutein, and other heart-protective antioxidants.
  2. Lowers cholesterol. It also helps lower “oxidized” LDL, which is linked to the hardening of arteries.
  3. Reduces the risk of certain cancers.  It contains phytonutrients that act as antioxidants to reduce your risk of certain cancers. A lady posted on my IG recently that her friend with cancer ate cabbage every day and in 6 months it was gone!
  4. Reduces joint pain. It has been used as a folk remedy for hundreds of years to soothe painful joints. It is high in vitamins and phytonutrients as well as anthocyanins and glutamine, both containing anti-inflammatory properties.
  5. Heals ulcers.  In one study, 13 participants suffering from stomach and upper digestive tract ulcers were given around one quart (946 ml) of fresh cabbage juice throughout the day. On average, these participants’ ulcers healed after 7–10 days of treatment.
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Here’s Your Immunity bundle!

Here’s Your Immunity bundle!

Immunize Yourself and Your Family!!!

Natural immunity is far superior to anything you could do as an adjuvant. In fact, statistics are showing that more people hospitalized with Covid and dying from Covid have been vaccinated. The answer is strengthening your own immune system.

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You Can’t Beat BEETS!!!

You Can’t Beat BEETS!!!

Beet Juice—7 Health Benefits


1. Lowers Blood Pressure

Researchers found that people who drank 250 milliliters (or about 8.4 ounces) of beet juice daily lowered both systolic and diastolic blood pressure.

Nitrates, compounds in beet juice that convert into nitric oxide in the blood and help widen and relax blood vessels, are thought to be the reason.

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Acid Reflux

Acid Reflux

Health Tips for Acid Reflux

As we age, our stomach acid production declines.  Stomach acid is necessary for digestion.

Most indigestion symptoms occur when stomach acid refluxes (squirts) back up into the esophagus. This causes it to burn.  As a result, people often take antacids, which do stop the burning. But instead of giving your body what it needs to heal, it just blocks the production of stomach acid.

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Best Juice for School Children

Best Juice for School Children

Juices are for the BRAIN! 

Spinach for Learning
Spinach juice offers antioxidants that quench free radicals which cause neurogenerative effects. Spinach also expands the brain’s learning capacity.
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Why Make Nut Milk?

Why Make Nut Milk?

Brain Happy Nut Milk Made Healthy!

Many people are turning to nut milks instead of dairy because there is a protein in dairy that can cause inflammation and digestive problems for some people. Plus, nut milk is high in brain-healthy mono and polyunsaturated fats along with key nutrients like magnesium, copper, and vitamins E and B6, which are not found in cow’s milk.

The Brain Healthy Kitchen says, “Processed nut milks are undeniably convenient, but the proportion of nuts to other ingredients is not ideal. In fact, you’d have to drink an entire half-gallon of almond milk to get the same nutrients as a handful of almonds. (Blue Diamond Almond Breeze Almond Milk, for example, is only 2% almonds, 98% water, flavorings, and additives.) On the other hand, my homemade almond milk recipe is 2 cups almond to 3 cups purified water. The thickeners, stabilizers, and emulsifiers in processed nut milk are what give it a creamy, milk-like consistency.
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3 Juices That Help Your Brain

3 Juices That Help Your Brain

2’s x the GREEN with a Splash of PURPLE!

These 3 juices help your BRAIN!

Spinach for Learning

Spinach juice offers antioxidants that quench free radicals which cause neurogenerative effects. The flavonoids in spinach can help reduce plaque buildup that is associated with Alzheimer’s disease. And one study published in Experimental Neurology showed less brain damage from the restricted blood supply and increased motor function following a stroke. Spinach also expands the brain’s learning capacity.

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