Health Tips

Apples have a great assortment of nutrients, especially if you eat the skin. They help with constipation and diarrhea, improve lung capacity, and help to cushion the joints.

Seaweeds provide a rich variety of nutrients and help to support the hormonal, lymphatic, urinary, and other bodily systems. They've actually been called the Ultimate Vegetable.

Red, yellow, and green veggies provide a variety of anti-oxidants which protect against a number of degenerative diseases by destroying free radical molecules in the body. This can help with environmental (pollution) damage and there's a growing body of evidence that they help with cardiovascular problems as well. (But, not if you eat them just once.)

Spices contain a number of phytochemical and phytonutrients. These chemicals, and others, work as anti-oxidants and micro-nutrients. Tumeric, for example, contains curcumin, which some research has show to have some effect on colon cancers. Spices such as ginger, nutmeg, cumin, and coriander, help block the effects of aflatoxin, a mold that is believed to cause liver cancer, among other ill effects.


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