Healthy Tips: Maintain Proper pH Balance

The aspect of body PH is often overlooked. Most people do not know what body PH is all about. Medical reports reveal that a considerable percentage of body disorders are as a result of an imbalance in PH. It is therefore essential to ensure that everything necessary is done to keep the body PH adequately balanced. The recommended PH is 7.4. Anything below or above that line is considered an imbalance in body PH. So, is there a way that one can keep body PH balanced? Here are among others the … [Read more...]

10 Simple Ways to Become Healthier

There are many ways you can create and maintain a healthy, happy body. A few little lifestyle adjustments might be all it takes to lose weight, tone up, and be bursting with energy. All you need to do is follow the ten simple ways to become healthier. 1. Consume Plenty of Fruit & Vegetables To develop a healthier body, you should aim to consume five servings of fruit and vegetables per day. The more colorful the produce, the more nutrients they will contain and the healthier your body will … [Read more...]

VEGAN – What’s in a Word?, Gentle World

The common usage of the word ‘vegan’ has begun to shift in the last decade, largely under the influence of celebrities and the news media. Instead of a philosophy and way of life that seeks to avoid the exploitation of nonhuman animals, 'veganism' is viewed by many as a fad diet now – and often as one that allows the occasional consumption of products derived from other animals. These recent changes in usage parallel the evolution of the meaning of the word ‘vegetarian’ in surprising ways. The … [Read more...]

RAW VS COOKED VEGGIES, The Angel Frequency

Nearly every week, I meet another person who is trying the raw food diet, convinced that heating foods—especially vegetables—destroys disease-fighting nutrients and digestion-enhancing enzymes. But while I’m certainly in favor of anything that gets people to eat more veggies (and I love salads and crudités as much as anyone), recent research contradicts the “raw is always best” contention. Joel Fuhrman, MD, a nutrition researcher, family physician and author of Super Immunity: The Essential … [Read more...]

Let'sMove Initiative – April 28th

APRIL 28, 2011 More than 30 Native Youth from across the country came to the Nation’s Capitol to plant vegetable seeds that are indigenous to North America. (USDA Photo by Lance Cheung) THIS WEEK Greetings from Let’s Move! The First Lady always says that everyone has a role to play in solving the epidemic of childhood obesity. This past week illustrated the many ways different sectors of society are stepping up. Last Sunday, the NBA released a PSA with the First Lady encouraging kids to be … [Read more...]

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