Let’s kick off this merry season with healthy options for the most awaited Christmas dinner. And, until then, I’ve prepared for you 25 healthy recipes that will skyrocket your overall health and satisfy your taste buds. But the best way to convince yourself of this is by trying them out yourself. So, without further due, let’s start cooking! 1st Healthy Christmas Recipe: Baked Pears You may not be aware of this, but this dish is an incredible source of nutrients and health properties that will propel your health to new heights. And as a bonus, this dish will also help
I was asked an interesting question recently: “Dr. Ishiguro, is it true that clothes can sometimes cause itchy rashes and allergies?” And my answer to that is: “Unfortunately, yes.” Clothing Allergies: The Scary Truth Most of my patients report the following symptoms, once they fall prey to their unexpected clothing allergies: Runny nose Watery eyes Acne Skin redness Blisters which crack and leak fluids, which crust around the affected skin But these are just the mild symptoms which can plague you. When it comes down to the not-so-ok-to-live-with symptoms… things can change by up to 180 degrees. I’m talking about a
Today, I want to share with you a few delicious recipes with horseradish that will help you benefit from the potent effects of this incredibly resistant root. Read more -> Horseradish Health Benefits Horseradish Healthy Recipes Chicken Sandwich Ingredients 1 small bun 1 carrot 1 celery 3 tablespoons of sour cream 1 tablespoon of mustard 1 tablespoon of horseradish 1/2 grilled chicken breast 1 salad leaf (optional) Directions Grate the carrot and celery and then mix them with the sour cream, mustard and horseradish. Spread the composition evenly over the wrap, and then add the chicken breast cut into cubes.
Did you know that pears are among the first fruits to have ever been grown on Earth? More than 6,000 years ago, pears grew sporadically at the foot of the Himalayan mountains. And afterwards, both Europeans and Asians began cultivating pears. They used to say that the pear helps deliver forgiveness and kindness into the human soul – which is why it’s said to be highly beneficial to people who get angry with great ease, because it helps them calm down. But that’s just the first out of the many rare and health-boosting properties that they hold. And now please
Ever wondered what roman worriers used in order to treat and prevent digestive issues as well as help wounds heal faster? All this while on the road to conquer the world? Here are some clues: they wore it in small sachets (this substance is so potent you don’t need a lot of it to experience its full effect) and it was in powder form. I’m talking about calcium bentonite clay. This type of clay is one of the oldest detoxifying substances in the world. It was used by ancient civilizations to treat: Headaches Digestive issues IBS Leaky gut Wounds Skin
Have you began including chlorella into your diet yet? Both me and my wife have been consuming it for a really long time. And we feel great. But there are plenty of people out there using chlorella as a health booster. I’ll let you in on a great secret: chlorella has become one of the most used food supplements in Japan, a country that prides itself with the most longevive and energetic population on Earth! I believe that you do remember my last email telling you all about its wonderful health benefits → Chlorella, The Miracle Algae that Erases Years Off
When you get a hangover from wine it’s called the grape depression. Every box of raisins is a tragic tale of grapes that could have been wine. They’re funny, right? These are just two of the jokes that I like the most. But leaving jokes aside, grapes are truly amazing. I could talk all day long about their benefits and I still don’t believe that I could cover everything there is to say about them. Rigurous studies conducted in prestigious labs and clinics around the world proved that the therapeutic action of consuming large amounts of grapes trumps an entire industry
By now, you know just how healthy cauliflower is. It contains plenty of essential nutrients, highly beneficial to our bodies. Cauliflower is rich in: vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, B6 and B9 Omega-3 fatty acids vitamin C and vitamin K phosphorus potassium even proteins Related: Cauliflower – The Anti-Cancer Food with Incredible Healing Properties So then, the best way to benefit from all of these essential nutrients is to consume it as much of it as you can. That’s definitely doctor’s orders Ok, so then, you might ask yourself how exactly to prepare it. Well, let’s see. 1. Pasta with