The mineral magnesium is critical to body functions such as heart rhythm, blood pressure, and bone strength.
It plays a role in combating inflammation in the body and has been proven to have an association with depression.
The way I see it - with all that we have given up - we should be drinking every night just to make ourselves feel better :) :) :) Croissants, muffins, apple fritters and bagels, twizzlers and gummy bears, pizza, pasta, hot-pockets, salami and hot dogs are no longer a part of my daily diet. Even bread! Sandwich or a toast - was an absolute necessity of our daily diet.
After two months on a Bulletproof Diet which is a clean cyclical ketogenic diet + IM (intermittent fasting), I started to notice changes. But first, it did take over 4 weeks to give my body a chance to detox, for my liver to adjust to the high fat intake and only then to see results.… Continue Reading
Tea and Coffee Lower Blood Pressure. Almost every day I have a latte. I prefer taste of an espresso drink, but also it is in fact a better choice than coffee. My husband and I love to have herbal tea in the evening. And yet I have to bring up moderation again, as good as… Continue Reading
I was reading the 10 Ways to Cancer Proof Your Body Right Now article by Danica Collins and although very long, it had some great information pulled together as far as cancer prevention, so I had to share it here with some additional notes. By keeping your body strong and healthy, strengthening your immune system, eating clean nutritious food, getting enough sleep and learning how to… Continue Reading
Green tea and coffee consumption may help protect against stroke and lower risk for cardiovascular disease. I love my daily coffee, its actually an espresso drink. It usually is a shot of espresso and some steamed almond milk. Some days I skip it, just don’t feel like one. Most days that is what I have and I only… Continue Reading
GO NATURAL, NO PAIN MEDS – last visual in the series of three, by Dave Sommers (https://www.facebook.com/dave.sommers1) – I love his graphics! So this one is a last part three of three 😦 (part one and part two) 8 more Painkillers found in Your Kitchen (part 3 of 3) Tame chronic pain with turmeric. Studies show turmeric,… Continue Reading