Foods -by Alpha- Oxalates, Gluten, Casein, Specific Carbs, Salicylates

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Dandelion. A staple in Greek cuisine

Did you know? One cup of raw dandelion leaves deliver 535% of vitamin K and 112% of vitamin A of the daily requirements? Next time you see a dandelion in unexpected spaces, you may consider honoring it for all it has to provide for our well being. And maybe even blow a wish into the …

Water, water, water…

Did you know... Tap water is dead water unless copper pipes are installed in such a way that they recreate the vortex movement found in nature. Chlorine, fluoride and a slew of other particulates are contaminating our municipal water supply. Fluoride, an industrial toxic chemical affects the pineal gland and impairs cognitive function. Most water …

Water helps us flow in wellness

There would be no life without water. We are beings made primarily of water. It charges our electric batteries for energy production (ATP), it supplies hydration to our anatomical structures, transports nutrients, eliminates toxins. Proper water intake will keep the body functioning at its optimal level, allow the brain to perform higher cognitive functions with …

Chicory: Italians swear by it

The chicory plant (dandelion family) is edible in its entirety. There are domesticated and wild varieties. Chicory has a slightly bitter taste which can be tamed by boiling. It is used in salads or is being boiled instead of spinach or is being simply added to dishes instead of celery. It is rich in vitamins …

Honey: local, raw, unheated

Honey is Mother Nature’s remedy for upper respiratory infections, colds, congestion, sore throats. Many doctors are still recommending honey as a more effective alternative to antibiotics. Did you know that it takes a trip of 3 orbits around the Earth (90,000 mi) for bees to collect 2.2 lbs of nectar? The least we could do …