My Mother Says that having an optimal PH balance is key to leading a healthy life. 1. Good hydration – this allows us to optimally eliminate byproducts. Remember the importance of water. After all we can survive for a few months without food but we will last only about 10 days without water. Note there are studies which show that drinking a simple 8-10 glasses … Continue reading 3 steps to alkalizing yourself
According to the Vedic Culture; the faster we breath, the faster we die. It sounds drastic but studies have indeed shown that longevity is indeed linked with how we breath. We can learn this from the animal kingdom. Why is it that most tortoises live beyond 100 years old whereas worker ants don’t usually live longer than 200 days? A 300-year-old tortoise breathes a mere three … Continue reading Lessons from a Tortoise
Kefir is a fermented drink made of cows or goats milk. It is made by simply made by adding kefir grains to cow or goat milk. These “grains” are actually cultures of yeast and lactic acid bacteria which look a lot like little pieces of cauliflower. Over a period of 24 hours or so, the microorganisms in the kefir grains multiply and ferment the sugars in the … Continue reading Drink Kefir!
A leaky gut is when the gut system can’t properly digest nutrients. The term a “leaky gut” is used because it results in particles literally leaking into the bloodstream. A healthy gut is the key to having a strong immune system. Why? Because the intestinal lining is the first mechanism of defense for our immune system. The outer layers of intestinal cells (epithelial) are connected by structures … Continue reading What is a leaky gut?
Growing up we’ve all been told that Milk is good. However there’s been a growing voice that Milk is Bad. The Avoid Dairy camp has got larger and larger which begs the question: Is there something wrong with Milk? Or is there something wrong with Pasteurised Milk? In the 19th century Louis Pasteur developed “Pasteurisation”. The concept is to heat the milk up to a … Continue reading Milk is good IF ITS RAW…
How our tongues look is an indication of how well our bodies are digesting good and drinks. If you see a thick coating on your tongue, it’s a call for action! Looking at the tongue coating: A light, thin, white tongue coat reflects healthy digestive function. A thick tongue coat reflects an excess of dampness, or pathogenic fluid. The tongue coat may be thick and … Continue reading What our tongues tell us
My Mother Says remember to always eat seeds Raw. If seeds are exposed to heat, they produce toxic substances and the vitamin, mineral and essential oil profiles are denatured. By roasting a seed, its classification moves from a living food to a dead food. 10 healthiest seeds on earth: 1. Chia Seeds 2.5x more protein than kidney beans 3x the antioxidant strength of blueberries 3x … Continue reading 10 Healthiest Seeds on Earth
This video is horrific. It’s much easier to ignore and turn a blind eye like the rest of us do but sometimes you just need to bite the bullet and open your eyes. This is how the meat industry looks today. The video has been produced by Mercy for Animals. My Mother Says if this doesn’t raise awareness then nothing will. From Farm to fridge Continue reading From Farm to Fridge
Bone broth is one of the most nutrient-dense, healing foods for the digestive system and therefore a great way to kick off a healthier way of eating or help resolve symptoms related to poor digestion and other health concerns. The benefits of consuming bone broth include: stronger immunity against common illnesses or allergies reduced symptoms related to digestive disorders like leaky gut syndrome, IBS or … Continue reading Bone Broth Wonder
Is Coriander Oil better than vitamin D? Believed by The Chinese to Bestow IMMORTALITY – Coriander, or “Coriandrumsativum”, is a powerful herb with many health benefits… earning it the name = “The Wonder Herb”. Discovered by archeologists in Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamen’s tomb, Coriander (also known as Cilantro) has been traced back to 5,000 BC. – with a long-history across the Mediterranean, Middle East, and Asia … Continue reading Better than vitamin D?