Fight Cancer, High Blood Pressure & More With Beet Juice


From fighting cancer to high blood pressure, we have a wonder juice on our hands:

Beet juice is best known as a blood purifier and blood builder that helps in the creation of red blood cells. Russian longevity researcher, Mikhail Tombak, Ph.D., tells us that beet juice improves blood structure and cures diseases of the circulatory system, large intestine, and digestive system. Tombak also shares that beet juice dissolves stones in the liver, kidneys and bladder.

Researchers have found that a glass of beet juice each day beats high blood pressure – and according to the American Heart Association, one in three adults has high blood pressure. Beets have been found to increase the body`s production of glutathione, which helps the body detoxify cancer-causing poisons.



Superfood: Berries

What’s so great about berries?

They’re loaded with fiber, which helps you feel full (and eat less). And they top the charts in antioxidant power, protecting your body against inflammation and free radicals, molecules that can damage cells and organs. A recent study even showed that one-half to one cup of mixed berries a day improved cognition and motor performance in animals. James Joseph, PhD, director of the Neuroscience Lab at the United States Department of Agriculture Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University, Boston, which conducted the study, notes that we become more susceptible to the damaging effects of free radicals and inflammation as we age.


The Multiple Benefits Of Coconut Oil

Ronny makes sure to include coconut oil in his diet, and after you read this long list of health benefits you may want to consider it too:

The health benefits of coconut oil include hair care, skin care, stress relief, maintaining cholesterol levels, weight loss, increased immunity, proper digestion and metabolism, relief from kidney problems, heart diseases, high blood pressure, diabetes, HIV and cancer, dental care, and bone strength. These benefits of coconut oil can be attributed to the presence of lauric acid, capric acid and caprylic acid, and its properties such as antimicrobial, antioxidant, antifungal, antibacterial, soothing, etc.


The New Superfood: Kale


Next time you’re in the supermarket, make sure you show kale some love:

Kale ranks 100 on the nutrient food scale – which means it’s just about the best thing you can do for your body. Its health benefits are primarily linked to the high concentration and excellent source of antioxidant vitamins A, C, and K. Not to mention sulphur-containing phytonutrients, and Carotenoids and flavonoids, which are the specific types of antioxidants associated with many anti-cancer health benefits. Just one cup of kale contains 1,020% of the recommended daily allowance of vitamin K, and is only 36 calories! It also provide a 192% of your daily vitamin A needs, 89% of your daily vitamin C requirements and 10.5% of your daily fiber. If you need calcium but can’t handle those gosh darn dairy products, kale is also a great source of calcium without any of the saturated fats or allergies associated with cow’s dairy milk.

Well there you have it!

Source: FoodLand

Full Circle Benefits With Omega 3-6-9

Why wouldn’t you want to add a supplement into your diet that benefits your heart, skin, hair, nails, brain and more?  Omega-3-6-9 fats are really a one-stop shop when it comes to your health.

The American Heart Association recommends eating fatty fish such as salmon, mackerel, sardines and albacore tuna twice a week to get sufficient amounts of omega-3, along with olive oil, nuts and avocado for those omega-6 and omega-9 fats.  If you’re a person on the go and can’t squeeze all these goodies into your diet, you may want to consider taking taking a supplement form.