It is said that the daily consumption of nutrient dense juice can be a contributing factor in the recovery from illness and disease. It is also a very effective practice for maintaining health and vitality. Unfortunately, most individuals do not have the time to prepare fresh-pressed juice on a daily basis, so the solution lies in purchasing premade juices from the local grocer.
We don’t always give Nature the credit she deserves. When she packaged all the nutrients the human body needs into fresh fruits and vegetables, she created the perfect system. But we don’t always take advantage of the vibrant path to health Nature has provided. The fast-paced nature of day-to-day life can make it tough to get all the nutrients we need through diet alone – despite our best intentions. When a dish of leafy greens just isn’t an option, whole food supplements can offer all the vitality of Nature in a convenient package. Made up of whole foods that are concentrated and dehydrated, they are the ideal way to strengthen and complete a balanced diet.
written by Maison Orphée
The first cold-pressed process is a simple one but it still requires certain know-how to obtain the best results. It is a process in which non-preheated oil seeds are pressed only once, with no additional heat and at the lowest temperature possible, in order to extract their oil. This type of pressing preserves the nutritional properties of the oil (vitamins, tocopherols, essential fatty acids, pigments, etc.) as well as their aromas.
written by Alter Eco Foods
Coconut oil is nothing new, many people have been using it for skin care, hair care, and cooking for quite some time, but recently coconut oil has seen a renaissance of sorts, showing up in more and more stores and at the top of many conversations. But what is the big deal with coconut oil? As it turns out there is a great deal of goodness that goes along with this coconut byproduct.