The Whole Formulas Ginger Line

2/2/2016 12:49 AM

Whole Formulas offers six potent ginger formulas for digestive, immune, circulatory and lymphatic support. Learn more about this incredible root below:

The Whole Formulas Ginger Line

Whole Formulas Ginger Extract, 1 fl oz

Whole Formulas Ginger Root, 90 ct

Whole Formulas Ginger Cough Zinger, 4 fl oz

Whole formulas Ginger Energy Zinger, 4 fl oz

Whole Formulas Ginger Immune Zinger, 4 fl oz

Ginger at a Glance

Ginger (Zingiber officinale) is a rhizome in the Zingiberaceae family, which also includes turmeric, cardamom and galangal. Native to southern China, this root been used in TCM for more than 2,000 years for upset stomach, diarrhea and nausea. It's also a vital part of Ayurvedic medicine (traditional Hindu medicine), used for many centuries. India is currently the largest producer of ginger in the world.

Considered a “warming” herb in Ayurveda, ginger promotes circulation, immune and metabolic function and detoxification through the lymphatic system. It's also high in antioxidants, and contains...

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Nutritional Grasses 101

1/25/2016 12:53 AM

Nutritional grasses, also known as cereal grasses, are tender young plants that grow into cereal grains. Note: they grow into grains, but are not grains!

This healthy grass family includes barley grass, wheatgrass, oat grass and alfalfa - and they're all completely gluten-free.

Since the 1930's, cereal grasses have been considered a food. Farmers took note of the lackluster nutrition in milk when cows weren't feeding on them, and the rest is history. Nutritional Sciences for Human Health confirms hens lay more eggs and cows produce more nutritious milk when fed nutritional grasses like wheatgrass and alfalfa.

Not only do cereal grasses offer top-notch nutrition, they have an alkalizing effect on body tissues and fluids and may help detoxify the blood and enhance metabolism.

These grasses must be harvested at the jointing stage, when the plant reaches its peak nutritional value. After this small window of time, vitamins, amino acids and chlorophyll decline dramatically. Juicing or milling ...

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Body Ecology's Fermented Protein Shakes, available in Coconut and Chocolate flavors, are clean, vegan and completely gluten-free. Protein is used by our body every single day for many important functions, including the formation of enzymes, hormones and neurotransmitters.

Highlights:

  • A complete, vegan protein source
  • 15 grams of protein/serving
  • Free from gluten, soy, dairy (and guilt)
  • Supports weight management
  • Promotes the building of muscle
  • Delicious flavors (without the bad stuff)
  • Fermented for maximum bioavailability of nutrients
  • Probiotics to feed a healthy gut
  • Supports the immune system
  • Supports a normal inflammatory response

Fermented? Yes! Here's Why:

  • Removes anti-nutrients, like phytates and tannins, which bind to important minerals and interfere with your ability to thrive.
  • Pre-digests the food for you, making it easier to digest as you rebuild your inner ecosystem.
  • Enhances the levels of vitamins and antioxidants in food, making it more nutritious.

What's Inside:

  • Pea Protein Concentrate - Mad...
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Dr. Gail Gross - Human Behavior, Parenting, and Education Expert, Speaker, Author. Ph.D., Ed.D., M.Ed.

Original article from Huffington Post, here.

In today's busy world of working, networking, and the ongoing assaults of emails, texts, and family problems, we are saturated with the stress of psychological overload. Our minds are rarely at rest and our bodies are paying the price. You finish the end of a normal day and find that stress has become your partner.

Meditation is one easy way to combat the effects of daily stress and take back control of your health. Just 20 minutes a day can reduce stress and help your brain to recharge.

The Benefits of Meditation

Throughout my own work as a researcher and educator with a Ph.D. in psychology and a doctorate of education, I have found that simple meditation techniques can do so much, including:

  • Lower your blood pressure
  • Increase your circulation
  • Throw more blood to the prefrontal cortex
  • Enhance your executive function, working memory, concentration,...
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5 Reasons to Love Monukka Raisins

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1. Sun-Soaked Sweetness

About the size of a dried cherry, they’re perfectly sun-dried, plump and sweet (but not cloyingly sweet).

2. Satisfying Crunch

Monukka’s have a bit of crunch from a few small seeds within.

3. Engages the Senses

Try pairing these amber-colored beauties with gourmet cheese or wine - they’re sure to impress your party guests.

4. Iron Rich

Raisins, including the Monukka variety, are one of few plant-based foods rich in dietary iron. Iron is essential for the transport of oxygen to the body’s cells.

5. Craving-Fix

Snack on these nutritious gems instead of cookies, candy or the like.

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Monukka raisins are grown in the incredibly rich soils of the Himalayas at altitudes of 6,000 to 9,000 feet.

 

Source

Livestrong "Benefits of Eating Raisins"

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