Fruit and vegetables can tell us how they feel. Potatoes Packed With Nutrients. Contain Antioxidants. Potatoes are rich in compounds like flavonoids, carotenoids and phenolic acids,Naturally Gluten-Free. Reducing Inflammation According to the book ‘Healing Foods’ … Continue Reading →
polyphenols are super food and they are good for you? Continue Reading →
Vital Reds Review – 14 Things You Need to Know
By Summer Banks FNS, SPT, Danielle Omar, RDN, MS
Fact Checked | Overview | Claims | Ingredients | Effectiveness | Side Effects | Bottom Line | Vital Reds Alternatives | Q&A
Vital Reds is a concentrated drink powder that promises “higher energy levels, better digestion, and healthier-looking skin.” Vital Reds has a formula that is largely proprietary, which means exact amounts are unknown. Plus, with over fifty ingredients in this powdered supplement, are you getting that much of anything in it with the recommended one scoop per day?
Our research team went straight into the ingredients and tried to find evidence to support their claims. We then researched the side effects – this supplement claims to have none- and we needed to make sure. Finally, we got into the scientific research behind this product. Does it actually work? You’re going to want to read what we found. Continue Reading →
Wildlife Need Your Help; You can donate to your wildlife in Alberta ,or at your city and province to help all kind of animal, birds, land and sea creatures . Try to make bird houses study about birds and how to help them in winter time , what to do etc. I help more than 300 common sparrows, dozen of blue jays , wood pickers , robins and more than 25 different bird species a day. I also help to keep the bees safe until next spring it is fun ,kind to do and you feel great. Continue Reading →
“Emotionally, they are helpful to mental wellbeing. And plants can also be a way to reflect on your cultural origins or remember holidays.” She cites the recent book The Well Gardened Mind by Sue Stuart-Smith. “The author quotes a study that found that being in the presence of indoor plants – or looking at scenes of nature – prompted people to make decisions that showed higher levels of generosity and trust, and had a sociability effect. She describes one woman who started looking after some cacti and found the process very healing and therapeutic, and she writes that ‘plants are like people, they need your help. Without you they don’t live’.” Continue Reading →
How many times have you or someone you know planted a fruit tree in anticipation of harvesting fresh, juicy tree-ripe fruit in your own backyard? Probably more times than you care to count. Home fruit production can be both rewarding and troublesome. One of the most common questions is why trees fail to bear fruit or only have fruit every other year. This information was prepared to answer this question and to give you possible solutions to the problem.
Causes and Solutions
Excessive Tree Vigor
Undoubtedly in the backyard situation the number one reason for failure of trees to bear fruit is improper tree vigor. Over vigorous trees expend all their energy in growing wood and do not produce flower buds. Typically, this occurs for two reasons: over-fertilization and over-pruning. Heavy applications of nitrogen will stimulate excessive growth at the expense of flower production.
You say you do not fertilize the trees? But, do you fertilize the lawn surrounding the trees? Fruit trees do not know that you are applying nitrogen only for the grass. Rain can move the nitrogen down past the grass roots where the trees can take it up. Continue Reading →
GREENS FOR YOUR HEALTH Leafy green vegetables are an important part of a healthy diet. They’re packed with vitamins, minerals and fiber but low in calories. Eating a diet rich … Continue Reading →
Willow Tree has an anti-inflammatory property
Sand Bar willow tree. I have one in my back yard 13 feet tall. I use the leaves and the barks for herbal medication as a pain killer, joint pain, bath, with olive oil as an ointment and many more but please you have to study before you use this tree ,it can be harmful especially for those who are on blood thinner, I am trained and graduate natural herbs natural medicine so I know what to do and what not to do .The leaves of the tree and the bark are full with vitamins and mineral .It can be used for arthritis , skin burn, joint pain and more.
On the bands of the river, I am cloaked in a thicket of willow. Its protective branches reach out over the water, providing shade and shelter to birds, mammals and fish. Deer have grazed on the delicate spring growth. The sound of bees and other insects feasting on willow pollen and nectar hums over the trickling sound of water. I remember that not long ago these banks were ravaged by flood, and marvel that willow has transformed muddy chaos into vigorous growth and order.
Name: Salix species. Salix is derived from the Celtic “sal” for near, and “lis” for water. It could also be derived from the Latin “salio” meaning spring out, in reference to rapid growth. Continue Reading →
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The effect of zinc on Covid-19 Steve Ramsey,PhD -Public Health MSc(hon) in Med Ultrasound PgD- Natural Health. Although great progress has been made in many viruses treatment using antiretroviral therapy (ART), … Continue Reading →
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VERY USEFUL!!! ” Health Benefits of Consuming Dates “ 1) Dates are free from cholesterol and contain very low fat. Dates are rich in vitamins and minerals. 2) They are rich source … Continue Reading →
Food that control your diabetes Figuring out the best foods to eat when you have diabetes can be tough. The main goal is to keep blood sugar levels well-controlled. However, … Continue Reading →
Status is online Steve Ramsey,PhD -Public Health MSc(hon) in Med Ultrasound If you’ve ever had a bacterial infection like staph or strep throat, your doctor may have prescribed … Continue Reading →