Look Younger and Live Longer with this Fall Harvest Juice

This must be one of the best tasting juices we've ever created, and it's super good for you! The grapes and green apples work really well together, the cucumber makes it light, and the kale and celery give it some bitter overtones. We didn't add any carrots to this one to keep it an all-green juice, and not lose that refreshing tart-bitter flavor. Juice Recipe So here's how you make [...]

By | October 11th, 2013|Juicing|0 Comments

Trouble Sleeping? Try Hop Juice!

Hop Juice?? As in Juicing Hops?! My husband harvested the flowers from our hops plant yesterday, he uses them for his home brewed beers. He had set them out to dry on our kitchen table, and the wonderful floral aroma of those hops filled the entire kitchen. I was making juice that consisted mainly of cucumbers (we have a ton of those in our garden right now), and was trying [...]

By | September 16th, 2013|Juicing|4 Comments

The Benefits of Blueberries: Amazing Antioxidant Brain Boosters in a Tiny Package

There is nothing so delicious as a handful of fresh, perfectly plump blueberries. Their juicy goodness carries a powerful punch nutritionally, too. So by all means, indulge yourself! There is a lot of great news about blueberries lately, and it also validates what many who choose organic have known instinctively all along. The Benefits of Blueberries Blueberries are Packed with Antioxidants The first thing to know is that organic blueberries [...]

By | September 9th, 2013|Fruits and Vegetables|0 Comments

Barley Grass Juice

This article on making your own barley grass juice from barley grass grown at home is an excerpt from my book "Juicing with the Omega Juicer: Nourish and Detox Your Body for Vitality and Energy" from the chapter Reference Guide to Great Juicing Ingredients: Poaceae/Grasses Family Barley Grass Wheat Grass Oat Grass Excellent source of chlorophyll, as well as a complete amino acid profile. Also excellent source of vitamins A, C [...]

By | August 26th, 2013|Juicing|0 Comments

The Benefits of Pectin – Maybe that Apple a Day really does keep the Doctor away

What is apple pectin? Pectin is a soluble fiber that occurs in the cell walls of plants. It is found not only in apples (1-1.5%), but also in oranges (0.5..3.5%), carrots (1.4%), apricots (1%) and especially in citrus peels (30%). A medium apple (180g) contains about 4 grams of fiber, that is 17% DV (Daily Value). [SELF Nutrition Data], and roughly half of that consists as the water-soluble apple pectin. [...]

By | August 24th, 2013|Fruits and Vegetables|0 Comments

Healthy Clean Eating Recipes: Free Range Chicken

Learn how to prepare delicious free range chicken recipes with healthy nutrient-dense ingredients for superb eating and good health. In this book you'll learn about free range chicken, labeling, how to find real pastured birds and how to cook them. This healthy clean eating resource contains: - An in-depth look at modern chicken and nutrition. - A complete nutrition section covering all the healthy high-nutrition ingredients. - A resource section [...]

By | August 19th, 2013|Books|0 Comments

Homemade Raw Milk Ice Cream Recipe

Homemade Raw Milk Ice Cream topped with Strawberries, Blueberries, and Coconut Flakes There is nothing like homemade cold creamy raw milk ice cream to beat back a hot summer afternoon or top off a wonderful light summer supper. So delicious and so healthy! This is truly a homemade ice cream recipe, we use most of the ingredients in their raw form and from local sources. We use raw [...]

By | August 10th, 2013|Recipes|0 Comments

Healthy Clean Eating Recipes: Grassfed Beef

My "Healthy Clean Eating Recipes: Grassfed Beef" book will give you the information you need to understand what grassfed beef really means and why that is important. It includes an in-depth discussion of the important methods and practices necessary to cook grassfed beef successfully. Next are ten of my favorite detailed recipes with step-by-step pictures and instructions making it easy for anyone to create delicious tender grassfed beef dishes. Use it to [...]

By | August 3rd, 2013|Books|0 Comments

Homemade Hummus: The Perfect Summer Dip

There's nothing like fresh garden vegetables and a perfect homemade hummus dip to brighten up a hot afternoon or compliment a light summer supper. This homemade hummus recipe is ultra smooth, creamy, super healthy and super cheap to make. The most expensive ingredients are the tahini and the extra virgin cold pressed olive oil, but you use so little of them that one jar of tahini (anywhere from $5 to $9 [...]

By | August 1st, 2013|Recipes|0 Comments

Eat Your Greens – Why Organic Matters When It Comes to Healthy Greens

In the past couple of years, I've noticed that kale has become one of those 'hot topics'. Everywhere you look, experts, foodies and the whole world, it seems, has fallen in love with kale. Not that this is bad, kale is definitely worthy of our affection. However, one thing I've been dismayed to note along the way in the midst of all the hoopla is a decided lack of information [...]

By | June 18th, 2013|Fruits and Vegetables|0 Comments

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