Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of images

Do I have to eat my vegetables raw to attain the full nutritional benefit of the food?

from BBC Food

Homemade chicken stock

Chicken Stock. Nutrient rich broth that is great for supporting the connective tissue such as joints, and also the gastrointestinal tract. Use to make soups, have on its own as a chicken soup or add to sauces

4
2
from Byrdie

The Diet Everyone From Gwyneth to Gisele Swears By

This is one fruit platter I can totally get behind!

from eatLocalGrown

9 Signs of a Leaky Gut (and how to Heal it)

The gut is the gateway to health. If your gut is healthy, chances are that you’re in good health. However, there’s a condition called leaky gut that can lead to a host of health problems.

October 16, 2015 pineapple Published by: Dr. Joshua Levitt In 1957, a chemist working for Dole Pineapple Company stumbled upon a "curious" health finding about pineapples... A finding that could change the way you deal with out-of-control inflammation, painful joint and muscle deterioration, and life-threatening illnesses like heart disease and autoimmune conditions.

2
from eatLocalGrown

8 Foods These Experts Avoid At All Costs

We found 8 food experts from different backgrounds and asked each of them a simple question: “What one food do you avoid?

1
from Real Simple

10 Things Trainers Wish You Knew About Your Workout

*A great combo for those w/respiratory issues - ginger juice mixed w/fresh pinapple juice =)

3

Rhythm Superfoods Curry Kale Chips: I had no idea you could buy Kale Chips ready made!

2
2
from swasthi's recipes

Pineapple smoothie

Pineapple smoothie is simple to make filled with all the goodness of nutrients…

Pineapple: "Pineapple is rich in cholesterol-lowering fiber, Vitamin C, and potassium, which is good for your heart."

1