EU-Banned Pesticide Found on Spinach

Spinach is packed with nutrients, making it a staple for healthy eating during the winter and spring. But federal data shows that conventionally grown spinach has more pesticide residues by weight than all other produce tested, with three-fourths of samples tested contaminated with a neurotoxic bug killer that is banned from use on food crops … Continue reading EU-Banned Pesticide Found on Spinach

Health benefits of spinach to help manage general health

Dr. Michael Murray, an authority on natural medicine, asserts that spinach is among the most nutritious vegetables and quite an excellent source of iron, vitamins, and minerals. This is a great addition to healthy balanced meals not only for its nutrient content but also because it is low in calories. Different types of spinach Spinach … Continue reading Health benefits of spinach to help manage general health

Spinach protects eyes from age-related macular degeneration

New studies show spinach and other leafy vegetables like kale and broccoli can help protect your eyes from macular degeneration.The leafy greens are rich in the chemical lutein, and when that is combined with zeaxanthin — a carotenoid — in the body, it forms an oily, yellow substance on the central part of the retina, … Continue reading Spinach protects eyes from age-related macular degeneration

Study: A type of vitamin E found in nuts helps prevent asthma attacks

No superfood can cure asthma, but according to a fascinating study published in the Journal of Allergy & Clinical Immunology, a type of vitamin E found in nuts helps prevent asthma attacks by reducing airway inflammation. The findings suggest that asthma can be naturally managed by making dietary changes or taking a supplement. According to the study, the form of vitamin E … Continue reading Study: A type of vitamin E found in nuts helps prevent asthma attacks

Astaxanthin: The most powerful antioxidant from Mother Nature

Astaxanthin is a xanthophyll carotenoid naturally found in various microorganisms, such as freshwater algae (Haematococcus pluvialis), the yeast fungus Xanthophyllocyces dendrorhous (also known as Phaffia), salmon, trout, krill, shrimp and crayfish. Xanthophylls are a class of oxygen-containing carotenoid pigments responsible for the color of many of the yellow, orange and red hues of flowers, fruits, vegetables, egg yolks and … Continue reading Astaxanthin: The most powerful antioxidant from Mother Nature

Emergency shelter essentials: 7 Things you need for hassle-free off-grid living

If you plan to evacuate and wait things out at a safe location when SHTF, you’ll need more than a bug-out bag. Before it’s time to bug out when disaster strikes, prepare essentials like a backup power source, water and space for a survival garden in your emergency shelter. (h/t to TheOrganicPrepper.com) Preparing your off-grid shelter before SHTF ensures … Continue reading Emergency shelter essentials: 7 Things you need for hassle-free off-grid living

Top 8 tasty and nutritious vegetables for juicing

Juicing is a great way to improve your overall health, especially if you’re looking for a quick and convenient way to boost your nutrient intake. But if you’re new to juicing, it can be rather difficult to choose which vegetables to use when making a green juice. Below are eight of the most nutritious vegetables that you can use … Continue reading Top 8 tasty and nutritious vegetables for juicing

Here’s how to detox from the COVID spike protein – from the jab or the virus

STORY AT-A-GLANCE If you had COVID-19 or received a COVID-19 injection, you may have dangerous spike proteins circulating in your body Spike proteins can circulate in your body after infection or injection, causing damage to cells, tissues and organs The World Council for Health has released a spike protein detox guide, which provides straightforward steps … Continue reading Here’s how to detox from the COVID spike protein – from the jab or the virus

5 Food storage lessons from World War II

Prepping isn’t an easy endeavor but modern preppers have it easier compared to those who experienced World War II (WWII). Back in the early 1940s, people had to survive on war rations, which would have made feeding a large family difficult, especially if you were on a limited budget. But despite these difficult times, people endured … Continue reading 5 Food storage lessons from World War II

13 Nutritious, energy-boosting superfoods for your survival stockpile

It’s important that your survival stockpile consist of healthy, nutrient-dense foods to tide you over a disaster. Take a look at the following energy-boosting superfoods that can meet your nutrition needs: (h/t to Survivopedia.com) 1. Quinoa Quinoa is a gluten-free superfood rich in fiber, protein and fatty acids. It also contains a healthy dose of magnesium, potassium, iron … Continue reading 13 Nutritious, energy-boosting superfoods for your survival stockpile