http://www.organiclifestylemagazine.com/raw-hummus-recipeYou have likely enjoyed a papaya before with its sweet, refreshing taste. Most people throw out the seeds, but they are actually edible and, in small doses, can be beneficial to your health.
Chewing on a teaspoon of papaya seeds… [read]
Brain Enhancing, Fat Burning, Cancer Preventing, DIY Homemade Supplementation
It is not another drug or folk remedy. You can prevent many forms of cancer, improve gut health, establish healthy body fat composition, enhance brain function, detoxify your cells, and reduce… [read]
If you’re making nut milks for better health, there are a few rules you’ll want to adhere to. First and foremost, kudos for making your own. Homemade is always better when done right. But to do it right, skip the… [read]
Like many great discoveries, the first antioxidants were discovered by accident.
Joe McCord was looking for the function of a different enzyme when he chanced upon a mysterious enzyme that seemed to be present in every form of life except… [read]
The human body uses enzymes to carry out virtually every metabolic function. While supplemental enzymes play an important role in optimizing digestion, taking enzymes outside of meal times has a powerful effect on the body’s immune response. Using a wide… [read]
Enzymes and Digestion, Enzymes and Health, and a List of Enzyme-rich foods
The human body produces two categories of enzymes- metabolic and digestive. Metabolic enzymes are intra-cellular (in the cell), and are used for reproduction and replenishment of the cells… [read]
Home sprouters aren’t limited to the few commercially grown sprouts sold in grocery stores. There are many types of seeds you can sprout in your kitchen year round: lentil, mung bean, radish, mustard, adzuki, sunflower, clover, quinoa, chia, flax, and… [read]