Wild Green Detox

Wild Green Detox

Wild Foods and Liver Detoxification

Wild herbs are poking their heads through the ground, and some are up waving at the sky. Wild grown greens and herbs offer us some of the most cleansing, medicinal, and nutrient-dense foods we could find.

And they are free!
Here are some characteristics of wild foods:

  • They are organic, clean, resilient, resistant to diseases, and nutrient and antioxidant-rich.
  • They are often grown in rich soils and have greater access to and quality of nutrients
  • They come in a variety of species and offer a wide variety of nutrients.
  • They have a diversity of flavor—bitter, pungent, sour, bland, sweet, and salty.
  • They are time-tested—wild plants have been used for thousands of years.
  • They have enzyme systems and mechanisms for optimal digestion.
  • Our human genome (inherited genetic information) is responsive to wild foods.
  • They follow cycles and rhythms of nature, like our bodies.
  • They cleanse and nourish our bodies and support optimal health.
  • Specific plants cleanse and support specific organs.
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Take Notice of These 3 Juices

Take Notice of These 3 Juices

Power Juices for Health

Kale 
This mighty green cruciferous vegetable has been shown to lower your risk of getting cancer. It’s the Isothiocyanates that have been identified as having the most benefit. Kale also offers impressive support for detoxification. And it offers 45 different flavonoids that help reduce inflammation and oxidative stress. All types of kale are good.

Carrots
Great for your eyes, carrots are loaded with carotenes that convert to vitamin A as needed. But that’s just the beginning. A 10-year study from the Netherlands found that carrots help prevent cardiovascular disease. The study looked at different colored vegetables and found that orange/yellow vegetable had the greatest impact in preventing cardio problems. And though the carotenes will always be praised for their antioxidant benefits, the new frontier of research has focused on polyacetylenes in carrots. They have been found to inhibit colon cancer cells. The new findings suggest an interaction between carotenoids and polyacetylenes.

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Remember and Honor

Remember and Honor
Memorial Day, let us honor those who gave their lives for our country. My warmest wishes on Memorial Day and deepest gratitude for the ultimate sacrifice of our fallen heroes. May this year’s Memorial Day bring you good memories of those you have lost.
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Do You Have Toxic Lymph?

Do You Have Toxic Lymph?

Like Cinderella who had to clean up all the messes for her stepsisters…

The lymphatic system must clean up messes made by nearly all other systems of the body.  The lymphatic system is usually regarded as the lesser sibling to the circulatory system, at least in this country, but not the Far East and Europe. It’s actually crucial in your ability to heal and prevent disease. It’s a supportive detoxification system and works with the immune, digestion, and nervous systems. 
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Covid-19 Protection Plan

Covid-19 Protection Plan

What we can do as we reopen America

As America opens up and people return to work and the marketplace, there are concerns about how to stay healthy. There’s a lot YOU can do.

You can strengthen your immune system and keep any infection from becoming a serious threat. Here are some things we should all be doing at this time along with washing our hands.  Self care is THE MOST important thing you can do.

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Positivity – How to Reset after the Pause.

Positivity – How to Reset after the Pause.
Positivity – How to Reset after the Pause.

We’ve beed forced to let go of drivenness and busyness during this mandatory “pause.” It’s been a forced fast for our soul.  We can emerge changed, empowered and energized to complete our purpose. A positive outlook can change your life.
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Detoxing And Infections

Detoxing And Infections

Detoxing Your Body Helps Fight Infections

Think for a moment about Covid-19. The majority of people who got this virus have recovered (97%). Many people only had mild symptoms.  Strong immunity is the key.  Detoxification is one of the keys to strong immunity and staying healthy.

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Could Deep Breathing Exercises Protect You From the Worst Symptoms of COVID-19?

Could Deep Breathing Exercises Protect You From the Worst Symptoms of COVID-19?

Deep Breathing Exercises for COVID-19 Symptoms

Over the past couple of weeks, we’ve been hearing more and more stories from people who have survived COVID-19. Some of them, like JK Rowling, Chris Cuomo, and others, are claiming that lung exercises helped ease their discomfort and kept their symptoms from progressing.

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Wheatgrass Juice Cures

Wheatgrass Juice Cures

Need an immune boost? A perk up? When I’ve been tired, I’ve taken 4 wheatgrass juice capsules and perked right up. There is truly rejuvenating power in wheatgrass.

Wheatgrass Juice Works Wonders!

Just go online and google wheatgrass juice cures. You’ll find amazing stories of people healed of cancer pop up all over the place. But that’s not all. Take a look at the conditions wheatgrass juice can help…and there’s so much more:

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ACE-2 Receptors, Quercetin & Coronavirus

ACE-2 Receptors, Quercetin & Coronavirus

Immune Booster and Broad-Spectrum Antiviral

Research has demonstrated that quercetin (a flavonoid antioxidant) is a powerful immune booster and broad-spectrum antiviral. As such, it may be useful both for the prevention and treatment of COVID-19 infection.

Once in a cell, the coronavirus empties the RNA contents and hijacks the cell to start producing more viruses. Quercetin can help in stopping the virus from getting into the cells through ACE-2 receptor sites by hindering the virus.

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Get Your Green Juice On!

Get Your Green Juice On!

Green Juices Cleanse and Nourish the Liver & Cleanse the Blood

Chlorophyll is the plant pigment that gives vegetables and fruit their green color. Chlorophyll is a blood purifier. Green foods are rich in isothiocyanates, which generate enzymes in the liver that assist the body in removing carcinogenic compounds. Cruciferous veggies such as broccoli, cabbage, and brussels sprouts contain the phytonutrient insoles and isothiocyanates that have anticancer properties. And sulforaphane, which is a phytochemical in cruciferous vegetables that have been shown to detoxify cancer-causing chemicals before they can damage your body. Green foods nourish your liver.

Wheatgrass is your quintessential green. It’s considered the healthiest green on earth. It helps you detox at the cellular level. And it’s excellent to help detox the liver. A 2014 study in the Journal of Membrane Biology showed that wheatgrass consumption could even protect the liver against the detrimental effects of alcohol. (If you want to get a really good liver cleanse, add the 30-Day Detox and the Internal Cleanse Kit.)

Wheatgrass also helps you gain energy and improves your immune system. One 2004 study found that it is a powerful red blood cell booster. If you can’t get fresh wheatgrass juice, I recommend Sweet Wheat—powder or capsules. It’s the next best thing to the fresh juice. You can add the powder to fresh juice.

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Top Prebiotic Foods & Juices

Top Prebiotic Foods & Juices

Probiotics, Prebiotics & Gut Health

Prebiotics are non-digestible carbohydrates (fiber) that induce the growth of beneficial microorganisms (probiotics) in the gut. In the gastrointestinal tract, prebiotics can feed probiotics. Prebiotics are typically Inulin fibers that are not digested in your small intestine; therefore, they make it into your colon where they serve as food for the probiotics.

Probiotics benefit your hormones as well as your intestinal tract. Various studies have discovered that prebiotics can aid in weight loss and even help to reduce stress. If you lack prebiotic fiber, then probiotics are not as likely to help your digestive system because the prerequisite material is absent. Probiotics help to control the harmful bacteria population of the gut. Research has shown that higher intakes of prebiotic foods can increase numerous probiotic microorganisms, including Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG, L. reuteri, bifidobacteria, and certain strains of L. casei or the L. acidophilus-group.

As our gut bacteria metabolize the non-digestible fibers we call prebiotics, short-chain fatty acids are produced such as butyric acid. This fatty acid improves the health of the intestinal lining. These short-chain fatty acids also help regulate electrolytes in your body.

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