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Healing Foods


Onions

 

In 1919 when the flu killed 40 million people there was this Doctor that visited the many farmers to see if he could help them combat the flu. Many of the farmers and their family had contracted it and many died. The doctor came upon this one farmer and to his surprise, everyone was very healthy. When the doctor asked what the farmer was doing that was different the wife replied that she had placed an unpeeled onion in a dish in the rooms of the home.  Read More >>

Onions

Garlic – The Secret Healing Food

 

Not only the staple ingredient of many culinary dishes but garlic also has many health benefits. Here we look at the origins of garlic what are it’s key healing properties and what health benefits it can provide to you. The term garlic is originally derived from the Anglo-Saxon word meaning ‘Spear Leak’ which is recognised from those times as the ‘Spear Plant’ in light of its resemblance to pointed leaves. The use of garlic has been shown to help reduce the risk of heart disease and lower peoples blood pressure and cholesterol levels. It also helps to ward off colds and flu by acting as an antiseptic destroying bacteria along with viral and fungal infections.  Read More >>

Garlic – The Secret Healing Food

Potato Power

 

Every potato is a power-pack brimming with God’s goodness. In theory, we could survive on only potatoes, supplemented with the occasional leafy greens for chlorophyll. Potatoes are Packed with Vitamins. Potatoes are Packed with Vitamins. Potatoes contain citamins C, B1 (thiamine), B2 (riboflavin), B3, and B6 (pyridoxine). The recommended daily amount of vitamin C is found in 14 oz of potato. The vitamin content is at its peak at harvest time, and decreases during storage. More vitamins disappear during cooking.   Read More >>

Potato Power

Carrots for Healthy Lifestyle

 

Carrots are one of the richest sources of beta carotene, which is linked to a lower risk of diabetes. One study found that people with high levels of beta carotene had 32% lower insulin levels then those with the lowest of beta carotene levels. Like most vegetables, carrots are also a good source of beneficial fiber. Carrots won’t help you throw away your reading glasses, but they will help protect against two of the site robbing conditions, muscular degeneration and cataracts.  Read More >>

Carrots for Healthy Lifestyle

Cabbage for Healing

 

For centuries, Russian peasants sustain themselves on this leafy veggie. But even if your fridge is full of other foods, you should still consider eating cabbage. It’s very low in calories (just 16 calories per ½ cup cooked) and high in fiber. Together, these two attributes spell weight loss, which should benefit your blood sugar. Add to that the fact that cabbage is way below on the glycemic load scale, and you have got a winner.  Read More >>

Cabbage for Healing

Cauliflower

 

Not many vegetables are as filling and low in calories as cauliflower. While it’s an acquired taste for some, cauliflower is perfect for your diet. The most obviously reasons being because it is so few calories, so much fiber, and so little carbohydrates. Cauliflower is loaded with vitamin C – 1 cup of raw cauliflower supplies 75% of what you need for the day. That makes it an ideal food for helping protect cells against damage from high blood sugar.   Read More >>

Cauliflower

Eat Your Broccoli!

 

Scientists at Oregon State University, and now Baylor College of Medicine have discovered that a chemical compound in broccoli, cauliflower and other cruciferous vegetables, stops most childhood Leukemia in its tracks. They used a concentrated and purified form of the compound Sulforaphane, which is found in these vegetables to demonstrate that it targets and kills the acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) cells, but doesn’t damage normal cells. It apparently uses multiple methods to do so.   Read More >>

Eat Your Broccoli!

Tomatoes fight Cancer

 

When it comes to cancer, tomatoes have received the most attention for their potential to reduce the risk of prostate cancer. Over the past decade, numerous studies have shown that men who eat tomato based foods frequently are less likely to develop prostate cancer then their peers who seldom eat tomato products. The first study that made a news spash was published in 1995 and reported the results of a study from Harvard Medical School in which researchers followed . . .   Read More >>

Tomatoes fight Cancer

Why Apples

 

Apples. Perhaps they remind you of the school days, when no matter what else was in your lunch, you always had an apple. Remember how hard apples were to eat when you could not rely on your front teeth? It seems that apples, teachers, and school are inextricably linked together! Regardless of where you are today, apples should still play an important role in your diet. This attractive fruit contains many properties that are essential to optimum health.  Read More >>

Why Apples

The Healing Power of Honey

 

Raw honey—which has not been pasteurized or filtered, and ideally taken directly from the hive—is a treasure chest of nutritional value and medicinal remedies. It contains an abundance of vitamins and minerals and is a natural and powerful medicine, both internally and externally. The list of honey's beneficial functions is a long one.  Read More >>

The Healing Power of Honey

Lemon Water

 

If you are buying commercial lemons from the store, learn kinesiology and muscle test the lemons you buy so that you know one way or another whether the lemons you are purchasing are actually therapeutic for you. “The medicinal value of the lemon is as follows: It is an antiseptic, or is an agent that prevents sepsis [the presence of pathogenic bacteria] or putrefaction [decomposition of tissue]. It is also anti-scorbutic, a term meaning a remedy which will prevent disease and assist in cleansing the system of impurities. . . ”   Read More >>

Lemon Water

Cherries for Healthy Eating

 

Cherries are full of disease fighting plant compounds, and they barely budged your blood sugar thanks to their very low glycemic levels. Besides plenty of sugar lowering soluble fiber, they contain red pigments that may increase your body’s insulin output, which ultimately lowers your blood sugar. And they are low in calories to boot.  Read More >>

Cherries for Healthy Eating

Berries

 

Berries, from ruby red strawberries to midnight blueberries, may be candy for your taste buds, but they are magic for your blood sugar. Their sweetness is deceptive. Fructose, the natural sugar found in most fruits, is sweeter than what is in your sugar bowl (sucrose), so it takes much less (with fewer calories) to get that sweet taste. And fructose is friendlier to blood sugar, causing a much slower rise than table sugar does. Berries are full of fiber and red and blue natural plant compoundscalled athocyanins that may help keep your blood sugar in check.  Read More >>

Berries

Papaya

 

MANILA, Philippines – Many of us love to take papaya for breakfast. The ripe fresh pear-shaped papaya with rich orange or bright yellowish color. For its sweetness and for its vitamin C content.Little did I know until recently, based on information taken from the internet, that papaya, reportedly called the fruit of the angels, by Christopher Columbus – has fantastic health and curative benefits. Beyond what many of us know.  Read More >>

Papaya

Beans - Go Inflate Yourself

 

Surely you remember the old childhood rhyme that begins “Beans, beans, they’re good for your heart . . . ” Well, beans are good for your heart. But these slow – acting foods, rich in complex carbohydrates, are also fantastic for your blood sugar and are surely one of the foods most deserving for your health. All beans, canned or dried, from black to white and chickpeas to cannellini, can help both insulin and blood sugar levels thanks to their high soluble fiber content. In a recent study, men and women who ate a meal that included about 6 ounces (170 g) of chickpeas had 40 percent lower blood sugar an hour after eating than those who ate an equal amount of white bread with jam.  Read More >>

Beans - Go Inflate Yourself

Brown Rice

 

As a nutrient packed, fiber rich whole grain, brown rice has many of the good qualities you expect. Not only does it boast six times the fiber of white rice, it’s packed with vitamins, minerals, and natural plant compounds made by nature to protect your health. And, as a whole grain, brown rice is part of the formula for lower your risk of diabetes and heart disease.  Read More >>

Brown Rice

Nuts

 

There is a good reason that people put nuts in trail mix to take with them when they are hiking. Nuts provide sustained energy because, thanks to their mix of fat and protein, they are a slow burning food. For the same reason, they are friendly to your blood sugar. In fact Harvard researchers have discovered that women who regularly ate nuts were 20 percent less likely to develop type 2 diabetes than those that didn’t eat them as often.  Read More >>

Nuts

Bran

 

When you eat grains – and of course they should be a regular part of your diet – you can’t do better than bran. In fact, a bowl of bran cereal has just 1/3 the glycemic levels of a bowl of cornflakes. That means your blood sugar will go up only a third as much, so it doesn’t have far to fall. (Remember, it’s those precipitous drops that cause trouble and make you hungry again.) There’s really no better way to get one of three daily servings of whole grains. We recommend starting your day with bran cereal. Top it with berries and you have hit upon a perfect combination.  Read More >>

Bran

Flax seed and Omega3 Fats

 

Flax seed is rich in both protein and fiber (more than 2 g per tablespoon of ground seeds). It is also a good source of magnesium, a mineral that helps blood sugar control, because it helps cells use insulin. Several large studies have found that the risk of developing type 2 diabetes increases when magnesium intake is low. Even if you already have diabetes, getting plenty of magnesium can help.  Read More >>

Flax seed and Omega3 Fats

Foods That Protect Against Radiation

 

In the wake of the Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster it is crucial to understand the protective nature of foods in order to protect yourself and your family against radiation exposure. Research on food based radiation exposure after the Chernobyl disaster can give us insight on what foods can reduce radiation exposure from our diet. We also have research from Hiroshima after the atomic bomb attacks that has highlighted the protective nature of fruits and vegetables in the diet against cancer.   Read More >>

Foods That Protect Against Radiation