NEWS FROM HEALTH FOR A PURPOSE:Have you shopped at Green PolkaDot Box yet? TOMORROW IS THE LAST DAY TO ORDER FROZEN FOODS FOR OUR AREA!! This summer we can’t get frozen foods in TX from GPDB. This is our grocery store – the one we offer to you and the one we shop at ourselves. …View full post
DId you know……at birth our ratio of magnesium to calcium is 95% mag 5% cal. By age 70 it is 5% mag 95% cal. That can cause WRINKLES!!!!, calcified arteries, and when there’s not enough magnesium it can’t carry the calcium IN to the bones and teeth. Just supplementing with calcium is not appropriate.View full post
I thought I’d share the following article that was in a newsletter I got this month: Medications That Cause Mitochondrial Dysfunction Mitochondrial dysfunction is to blame for many toxicities caused by drugs and may explain the side effects of many medications. Even so, the Food and Drug Administration doesn’t require mitochondrial toxicity testing for new …View full post
7 years ago today I got 7 amalgam fillings removed SAFELY!! Amalgams are the grey-colored metal fillings and they contain mercury which constantly releases toxic vapor. Yes, constantly. Yes, even when it’s in your mouth. Those things were in my mouth 30+ years, causing cellular inflammation and dysfunction. My health has been constantly improving ever …View full post
A man found a bottle on the ocean, and he opened it and out popped a genie, and she gave him three wishes. The man wished for a million dollars, and poof! there was a million dollars. Then he wished for a convertible, and poof! there was a convertible. And then, he wished he could …View full post
Have you shopped at Green PolkaDot Box yet? TOMORROW IS THE LAST DAY TO ORDER FROZEN FOODS FOR OUR AREA!! This summer we can’t get frozen foods in TX from GPDB. This is our grocery store – the one we offer to you and the one we shop at ourselves. The prices are less than anything we’ve found locally. Plus – it’s so convenient not to have to DRIVE to the store!! I just put things in my shopping cart when I otherwise would have put them on my shopping list. Then the cart is ready whenever I choose to check out. Try it today – I’m sure you’ll be glad you did! I stocked up on salmon and frozen fruits today.
Try making some ginger tea today. It boosts your immune system and tastes like Christmas:) Steep a large slice of ginger in a cup of warm water with a cinnamon stick. Steep till it’s as strong as you want it. You can re-use the ginger and cinnamon as long as they are flavorful – the flavor does not deteriorate with repeated use.
The common spice ginger possesses some very potent and not to be overlooked health benefits. Ginger is a powerful anti-cancer botanical showing particular aid in colon, ovarian and prostate cancers. Some studies have shown that ginger could help tumor formation for those exposed to cancer-causing chemicals. Ginger has long been used as a powerful natural remedy for colds and the flu as it can help promote healthy sweating, which is often beneficial during these illnesses. Researchers have recently found that sweat contains a potent germ-fighting agent that may help ward off infections.Many people also find ginger to be helpful in the case of stomach flus or food poisoning, which is not surprising given the positive effects ginger has upon the digestive tract as well as its antimicrobial properties.
I remember as a child we often spent New Year’s Eve with Grandmomsey and she made homemade egg nog. I remember there were other treats, but that memory fades in comparison to the egg nog. YUM – SO GOOD!!! I wrote down her recipe, but back then I thought my memory was and always would be perfect, so there are no instructions, just ingredients:( We’re making some tonight (with a slight adjustment in the ingredients) and we’ll get out the nutmeg and – oh – maybe I’ll go add something to my Christmas wish list – a nutmeg mill! Mine broke a few years ago. Fresh grated nutmeg is more flavorful and healthy:) Let me know if you have another version of homemade egg nog. and if you try Grandmomsey’s recipe, let me know what you think!
beat 1/2 pint whipped cream; add 1/2 cup sugar (I used 5 drops stevia and 1/4 cup xylitol)
stir in 3 egg yolks
separately – beat 3 egg whites, add 2 T vanilla
Since I didn’t write down the instructions, I’m just making a wild guess here and gently combining the egg white mixture with the whipped cream mixture. WOW!!!