Juice Recipes and Tips If you are new to juicing some of the following juice recipes may sound unappealing, however many vegetables taste very different freshly juiced than when cooked. Here are some tips and juice recipes to get you started. Juicing Tips Start with equal amounts of apple to vegetables until your taste buds… Read More


The benefits of Juicing Juicing fruits and vegetables offers many obvious and not so obvious health benefits. Juicing certainly makes it a lot easier to up your intake of fruits and vegetables, while benefiting from organic water filtered by nature. The vitamins, minerals, trace minerals and enzymes in freshly extracted juice are more easily and… Read More


Fresh Tomato Salsa It is easy to make a fresh tomato salsa to enjoy as a dip, or serve alongside salads, steamed vegetables or other dishes. While fresh ripe tomatoes will taste best you could use tinned tomatoes and add a teaspoon of maple syrup for sweetness. Ingredients: 2 cups of chopped ripe tomatoes 1… Read More


Cooking Black-eyed peas Black-eyed peas, the name rolls off the tongue, like blackstrap molasses, a joy to utter and eat. I am talking the divine morsels of soluble fibre, B vitamins, iron, potassium, magnesium and many other beneficial nutrients, —not the pop band of the same name, (which I also like.) In my cupboard they… Read More


Blackstrap Molasses Blackstrap molasses is a by-product of the extraction of refined sugar from sugar cane. It is a dark rich syrup produced after the cane has been boiled three times and most of the sugar crystals have been extracted. It has a deep bitter-sweet, malty taste. Unlike sugar, which contains zero nutrients, blackstrap molasses is rich… Read More


Fermented Cabbage (Sauerkraut) Here’s a simple recipe for fermented cabbage, also known as sauerkraut. Daily eating a small amount of fermented foods will help to increase and support the good bacteria in your gut. Fermented raw vegetables are rich in active probiotics, nutrients and digestive enzymes. “Lactobacilli produce lactic acid and are used for many… Read More


Immune System Super Tonic This immune system super tonic is a classic based on the legendary Four thieves vinegar. You will need a jar with an airtight fitting lid, big enough to hold all your ingredients, with about ¼ empty space at the top for shaking it all up. Ingredients: Use equal amounts by weight of… Read More


5 daily detox tips Our daily habits have the greatest impact on our health. Rather than focus on the things we should not be doing, adopting daily detox habits are a positive way to steer ourselves in the right direction. The primary organs of elimination are the bowels, kidneys, skin and lungs. The following are… Read More


How to Make Turmeric Golden Milk Turmeric golden milk is a traditional Indian remedy commonly used to boost the immune system and reduce pain in muscles and joints. It is much appreciated for its anti-inflammatory properties, as well as being anti-viral and antiseptic. Ingredients: 1 cup of nut milk of your choice 1 teaspoon of coconut… Read More


How to Make Turmeric Butter Try making turmeric butter. It is an easy and delicious way to include this anti-inflammatory food into your diet. Use on sandwiches, with grains or mix a teaspoon of turmeric butter with warm milk for a tasty beverage. Ingredients: ¼ cup virgin cold-pressed coconut oil, softened but not melted ¼… Read More