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On Valentine’s Day we celebrate our love with flowers, candles, music and a lovely romantic meal. Red is the color of the heart and certain heart-protector foods. I could inform you about their natural chemicals, including antioxidants, polyphenols, and their ability...
Experts in the Natural Health community stress the importance of the microbiome, healthy bacteria that live in our gut (large intestine) and make digestion, absorption and immunity possible. They say a healthy gut underlies brain health, organ health, skin and hair...
Throughout the world people have been brewing delicious, highly digestive grain drinks. The B vitamins and yeast in bread naturally ferment to create a fizzy probiotic. Ever since a peasant left a piece of dried rye bread in a jar, added water and waited a few days,...
The weather may be dark, cold and damp so that you feel like staying in bed with a book or playing with your cat. Cold/flu season starts in late fall and, depending upon your immunity,can last until spring rains. We need nourishing, easily digested foodsfor prevention...
From all of us at Academy of Healing Nutrition, we wish you health, happiness, and good fortune. Merry Christmas, a blessed Hanukkah, and Happy New Year. January 11 and 12 Inga Bylinkina returns to teach "practical cooking” and January 25th begins “the year of the...
It’s the winter holiday season, that crazy blur that whizzes by between Thanksgiving and Christmas when the year’s unfinished business bumps into the New Year’s plans. It will be the year of the Rat in 2020 and we are looking forward to that clever, frenetic creature’s help in pushing through our projects, work and studies. We have great help from the steady, grounded guidance of Roger Green and The Academy of Healing Nutrition.
If it weren’t for whole grains we would not be here. Our ancestors would have starved during long winters when wild game was scarce. If it were not for whole grains, your cat would not lie snoozing in your lap. Cats were domesticated in ancient Egypt to protect stored grains against mice. Grains were the beginning of civilization as we know it–settled families with a home and garden, domesticated livestock, and a year round source of protein and minerals.
If it looks like a grain, grows like a grain and tastes like a grain, it may be a seed. Seed grains (also called pseudograins) may be combined with traditional grains to supply high quality protein. Seeds commonly used as grains include quinoa, millet, amaranth, teff,...
“The Martha Stewart of herbs.” Conde Nast Traveler magazine. The San Francisco Chronicle wrote, “Letha Hadady, one of the nation’s leading experts on natural Chinese remedies, is leading a quiet lady-like revolution to bring herbal medicines from the Far East and elsewhere into everyday use in American homes.” Since 2012 Letha has reached a world wide Internet radio audience every Monday morning along with host Marie Griffiths on “MG Live” at 105.1 mikefm.ca a multi-cultural radio station that has broadcast live from Montreal for sixty years. Podcasts are available as well as iTunes. Letha can be reached at Facebook and Twitter.
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