Saturday, December 5, 2020

Turmeric super antioxidant

March 6, 2011 by  
Filed under SuperFoods

Turmeric is one of my favorite superfoods and may be the strongest antioxidant found yet. It is a natural cancer fighter, liver detox, and anti-inflamatory. I take 250 mg daily, make sure you find one that is made with organic plants. check your local vitamin shop or local health food store.

Almonds

January 23, 2010 by  
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Snack on a small handful of Almonds, contains 160 calories and is a good source of protein and fiber, vitamin E and magnesium. Almonds is a great source of calcium and iron, plus a variety of antioxidants which may prevent cancer cell growth and reducing bad cholesterol.

Resveratrol slows down aging

December 6, 2009 by  
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Imagine taking a magic pill to slow down aging, well that what these scientist believe is possible by taking large doses of Resveratrol, a substance found in the skin of red grapes and concentrated in red wine. The discovery sounds very promising, but I say why not just eat plenty of red grapes and a glass of wine once a day.

Mercury found in high fructose corn syrup

October 29, 2009 by  
Filed under Food Reform

The vice president even knows how bad corn syrup is for the body.

Its time to wake up my people… The government does not care about your health. You must educate your self and family on nutrition… do your research on anything you choose to put in your divine body. I never consider how they made high fructose corn syrup, and that they use mercury to do it. Real scary shit. Mercury destroys brain cells faster than any other metal including lead. so think twice before you guzzle down that Coke or Pepsi because they dont care about you either.

Milk does a body bad!!! pass it on

October 15, 2009 by  
Filed under Food Reform

Well.. I’m back again with some more awakening news about our daily nutrition, and if you took time to watch the foods that kill video, this video on milk is a good follow up. Its time for us to wake up and become informed eaters, because our government doesn’t care… So its up to us to make better choices for our own body and learn exactly what the hell are we eating.

Stop Codex from killing 3 billion people

September 29, 2009 by  
Filed under Food Reform


Hey fitness friends I’ve been doing some research and came across a you tube video about a trade organization called Codex, this company main agenda is to control the food guidelines of the whole world. but the really scary thing is the company is allowing pesticides and growth hormones that was once band to be use…. I urge you to watch all five parts and share this with everyone you know.

Brown Rice

September 15, 2009 by  
Filed under SuperFoods

If you’re like me then you probably ate plenty of rice growing up and chances are it wasn’t whole grain brown rice. I really can’t remember ever having it… I mean I think I would remember but what I do remember is plenty of white rice and yellow rice. Briceoth are process from natural brown rice, but once the rice has been process it loses almost all of its precious nutrition value.

Brown rice is known for its high fiber content. which helps keep digested track running well. Brown rice has been proving to lower cholesterol and prevent many different cancers, including heart disease.

Researches discovered in animal experiments that eating brown rice reduced learning and memory deficits cause by a protein considered to be one of the leading causes of Alzheimer’s dementia. So if you want to keep you mind sharp I would try my best to make the switch from white rice to brown. I must admit the taste was something to get use to,  but after a few servings I now enjoy it more than that starchy white rice.

72 Year Old Bodybuilder

September 2, 2009 by  
Filed under Fitness Tips & Videos

You’re never to old to pump iron. Jim Morris is living proof, that if you train consistently you will always be fit.

The man trains six days a week and eats a diet of nuts, beans, fruits and vegetables.

Whats in that Burger?

August 27, 2009 by  
Filed under Food Reform

I remember some years back when Oprah was being sued by the beef industry, and really didn’t think much of it. I wish had paid better attention. Instead of thinking it was about a bunch of rich people suing each other over money.

That couldnt be further from the truth. The cattle industry had been expose infront of millions of people for feeding cows other sick cows, road kill and cats and dogs that had been put to sleep. They would grind them up and turn them into feed for cattle, which eventually ended up in your stomach.

Running for weight loss

August 25, 2009 by  
Filed under The Gym Chronicles

woman-joggingHey fitness friends. I recently purchase a health and fitness content package which was mostly a waste of money. The majority of the articles suck, but i decided to share a few with you that I thought was good enough to post.

Running for Weight Loss

When some people decide that they want to lose weight, they join a diet program. Others sign up for aerobics classes. And others go out and buy expensive exercise equipment. These things may very well be effective, but if you want to lose weight, you really don’t need anything more than your two feet.

Running is one of the best forms of exercise for weight loss. There’s no special equipment required, just a good pair of shoes and a place to run. The average person burns 100 to 150 calories per mile when running. And in addition to weight loss, running is also great for cardiac health and muscle tone in the lower body.

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