Apr
08
2010

Phytonutrients – Super Nutrition Through Plant Foods

Phytonutrients are powerful and vital nutrients found in plant foods, particularly fruit and vegetables. Research has demonstrated that  obtaining adequate amounts of these nutrients on a daily level is vital to achieving long-term health and longevity. Nature’s foods are often colour-coded to represent the nutrients that are contained within them. For instance red fruits and […]

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Jul
01
2009

Tips for Building Healthy Bone

Osteoporosis means weak, brittle bones, and is a risk factor for bone fractures. It can be easily prevented by some simple lifestyle measures. FOODS AND LIFESTYLE FACTORS TO EMPHASIZE •    Emphasize green vegetables – these high magnesium foods can be introduced in the form of fresh, raw salads, or in the form of vegetable juices […]

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Jun
06
2009

Why Living Foods?

The raw and living food movement has a simple philosophy. “If it’s not broken, don’t fix it”. This is certainly a truism when it comes to diet. Research has shown that around 50% of vitamins, 50% of protein, 80% of minerals, 100% of enzymes and the majority of biophoton energy is destroyed when food is […]

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Jun
06
2009

Why Plant-Based?

Research cited in “The China Study” by T. Colin Cambell, PhD, the largest human epidemiological study ever conducted, suggests that animal protein consumption has a direct association with cancer. The most striking association with cancer was with casein, a protein found in cow’s milk and other cow dairy products. This association was also reproduced amongst […]

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