This post was originally published on this siteAzomite is one of those beneficial substances that is useful for many things around the home. It belongs in the same category as apple cider vinegar, diatomaceous earth and baking soda. For this reason, it’s best to have some on hand especially during springtime! What is Azomite? While … Read moreAmazing Azomite. What it is and How to Use for Home and Garden
This post was originally published on this site Glycerin is one of the most common ingredients in the world. Industry loves this sticky, thick liquid because it is colorless, odorless and above all …. SWEET. Hence its wide and varied use in processed foods, personal care products, and medicines. In fact, there is almost no … Read moreGlycerin. When it’s Safe and When it’s Toxic
When cooler weather arrives, you know that it’s that time of year once again. Coughs, cold and flu start flying around faster than in-laws and second cousins for family reunions and holiday remembrances. You know what else is flying? Bottles of elderberry syrup, gummies, and related products off healthfood store shelves. Read more… The post … Read moreHealthfood Store Elderberry Syrup and Gummies. Worth the Price?
This post was originally published on this sitesIn its natural form, citric acid is what most people think it is – a beneficial chemical in fruit, especially lemons and limes. Some fruits are up to 10% citric acid by weight! It is an important part of what gives them their face puckering punch. Citric acid, … Read moreCitric Acid in Food and Cosmetics. What to Look for to be Safe!
This post was originally published on this siteWhen it comes to gut healing diets, GAPS and Autoimmune Paleo are probably the best known. A similar and much more established protocol in the scientific research is the Standard Carbohydrate Diet, frequently referred to by the acronym SCD. The Specific Carbohydrate Diet actually served as the original … Read moreThe Standard Carbohydrate Diet (SCD). Better than GAPS or AIP?
Acesulfame potassium or Ace K for short is a very popular sugar substitute in the European Union. It is starting to catch on in the United States as well. This is concerning because most Americans don’t know much about it yet, but the name itself sounds sort of healthy. We all could use more potassium, … Read moreAcesulfame Potassium. Your Sweet Ace in the Hole?
Herbs differ greatly from most of the plant based foods that modern humans consume. Unlike the hybrids that are in many cases nearly unrecognizable and far less nutritious from their wild ancestors a few centuries ago, herbs are in many ways completely unchanged from their predecessors. Also, unlike many modern crops, herbs tend to have … Read moreHow to Use Oregano Oil as Herbal Antibiotic (+ what kind is best)
Foreign superfoods like acai, goji, lucuma and many others seem to get most of the press in the United States. However, those of us who are locally minded need to remember the nourishing foods that cost next to nothing and are literally right at our feet! Acorns are one such food that is finally starting … Read moreAcorns as Food and Flour. How to Gather, Prepare and Enjoy!