On top of being really easy to grow, herbs are really really good for you. Cilantro,for example, is a powerful, natural chelation agent. Meaning, it helps remeove heavy metals (and other toxic agents) from the body. On top of that, the oils in cilantro aid our digestive system in its production of digestive enzymes. They also protect against bacterial infections such as salmonella, and increase insulin secretion while lowering blood sugar. The cineole and linoleic acid in cilantro have anti-rheumatic and anti-arthritic properties. Read More
Tea: what it boils down to…
Black, Green, White or Oolong?
Tea is the most commonly consumed beverage in the world after water. Among all varieties of tea – black, green, white, oolong, red, herbal – which one offers the most health benefits? Read More