These 7 immune boosting foods and herbs will help you boost your immune system for back-to-school time. As the weather cools it’s good to switch to warming foods like steamed greens, bone broths, and warm grains. Here are a few of my favorite plants that we work into our diet.
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You’ll love this apple chips recipe because with it you can make CRISPY, delicious apple chips without a dehydrator. Following this recipe gives me crispy, healthful apple chips every time. Learn how to do it now!
Cashews are high in monounsaturated fats—similar to that of olive oil—which is great for heart health. Cashews are also packed full of copper and magnesium, which is great for your bones, blood vessels, and connective tissue. So eat up and enjoy!
Prickly Pear is one of few cold tolerant cacti. Both the fruit and leaves are edible. The fruit can be made into jelly, drinks, desserts, and even candy. It is native to the Americas, but has spread to many other parts of the world.
This list of Vitamin C foods will help you source vitamin C from food rather than supplements; because vitamins in food are better assimilated by the body.
I saw some of the most interesting, exotic fruits when I lived in Florida. But I was always curious about the health benefits they might have. Here’s a list of 25 of my favorites and reasons you should try them!
Most plants can’t handle harsh cold temps, but these winter vegetables can. Now is the time to plant these hardy winter veggies for fresh winter eating.