Microgreens & Wheatgrass: Control the Moisture, Control the Mold

Microgreens & Wheatgrass: Control the Moisture, Control the Mold 3

Growing Microgreens and Wheatgrass can be some of the most rewarding small-scale gardening because your crop is done so quickly—and frankly, because it tastes so good! However, since growing Wheatgrass and Microgreens require a substantial amount of moisture, mold growth becomes a common occurrence. This causes many folks to become frustrated and even quit, unknown to them the simple steps that one can take to treat and prevent mold, and it may sound easier than you might think: control the moisture, control the mold. Mold spores are everywhere! Even though we can’t see them, they are constantly wafting through the...

Green Fasting

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Spring is a time of reawakening. It is notable in the green reappearing after a long absence and the blossoms rendered visible in the trees. The outdoors reflects what our bodies yearn for this time of year: rejuvenation. We yearn to shed the husks of hibernation and feel fresh energy again. But our bodies need a way to get rid of the toxins built up in the system, and living in this fast-paced modern life, cleansing may not be a realistic endeavor for everyone. However, short regiments of fasting while only consuming microgreens and sprouts, can aid in ejecting toxins...

Consume Better to Kill Sugar Cravings

Consume Better to Kill Sugar Cravings 0

Lately, I’ve been getting serious about quitting my sugar addiction. In the past, I’ve gone a couple days abstaining from sugar, feeling pretty good about myself until the cravings cause me to dive back into eating an abundance of sweets with a vengeance. Sugar cravings are the leading cause of people falling off of their diet wagons, according to Dr. Axe, and I can attest to that. The craving for sugar is a powerful one, and working to kill that craving, may be the key to helping people get control of their sugar consumption for good. Turns out a balanced...

3 (Fun and Easy) Health Habits for the New Year!

3 (Fun and Easy) Health Habits for the New Year! 0

Growing and Juicing Wheatgrass If you’re not familiar with growing and juicing wheatgrass, I’m sure you’ve at least heard about the practice. It may seem strange to some folks at first to be juicing and drinking trays of grass grown in a small amount of soil or on a growth medium. But once folks discover the nutritional benefits and feel the difference within themselves after trying it, it doesn’t seem so strange at all. Wheatgrass juice is known for being a powerhouse of nutrients that promotes healing and a general sense of well-being. Immediately after juicing, the juice is alive...

Improving Productivity Through Sprouts

Improving Productivity Through Sprouts 0

In our modern world, the lunch hour is one of the easier meals to consume lavish starchy foods, which are full of carbs and refined sugars, such as fries and pastas. “We are going out to lunch!” at the office soon turns into “Who’s ready for a nap?” Consuming these foods may be delicious and fun, but they actually lead to a sluggish afternoon and evening. As we know, our bodies use up vital energy to digest food, converting it into usable caloric energy in hopes to not only replenish the energy lost but to exceed it. Foods that are...

4 Reasons Why Mushrooms are Food’s Best Kept Secret

4 Reasons Why Mushrooms are Food’s Best Kept Secret 0

Super high in protein—the PERFECT meat replacement!Mushrooms are naturally high in protein, making them a perfect nutritional replacement for meat. Some mushrooms, such as Lion’s Mane and Shiitake, have a firm texture which has a firm texture like meat. Even the flavors of some mushrooms resemble the heartiness of meat or the light flavor of seafood. Most mushrooms also contain a high amount of vitamin D and has been said to support the immune system. You can grow and harvest them at home for cheap!Did you know that mushrooms can easily be grown at home indoors or outdoors? Growing your...

A Micro Proposal

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A Micro Proposal By Maria Rukavina Though “fresh” produce is available in supermarkets all year long, nutritional density decreases the more time has passed from when fruits and vegetables are harvested to when they end up on your plate. Additionally, produce prices in the winter can run fairly steep the further away stores have to order out-of-season crops such as asparagus, melons, and cucumbers. One way to stay healthy and enjoy fresh greens all winter long is to grow nutritionally dense microgreens to add to sandwiches, salads, pasta, or by the handful! Until recently, I was skeptical of the microgreen...

Why Vegetables Are So Good For You

Why Vegetables Are So Good For You 0

We all know that vegetables are good for us, right? I’m sure we all remember our parents telling us again and again that we should finish the vegetables on our plates because they contain fiber, vital vitamins, and minerals that our bodies need. But it seems that vegetables and fruits do even more than just providing us with essential nutrients. They provide us with powerful antioxidants, combatting free radicals, and recent studies by Dr. Mark Mattson, Dr. Leonard Guarente, and Dr. Toren Finkel show that vegetables and fruits contain toxins that actually improve metabolic function, helping the body to prepare...

The Benefits of Wheatgrass for Pets!

The Benefits of Wheatgrass for Pets! 1

I have often caught my cat, Curie, coming in after a long day of doing cat stuff with blades of lawn grass stuck in her jaws and whiskers, or I have come into the kitchen and caught her nibbling on my tray of wheatgrass growing on the counter. Sometimes she will vomit afterward, sometimes not. What could this mean? Why is she eating grass? Will it hurt her? Is it a sign that my cat is sick? The reason most cats eat grass and then proceed to regurgitate is because it helps aid in their digestion. You see, cats lack...

Herbal Healing

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Herbal Healing As providence would have it, I live and work in the town where Dr. John Christopher, master herbalist, started The School of Natural Healing. Right here in my town is his little shop called Dr. Christopher’s Herb Shop where you can pick up just about any type of medicinal herb in almost any form. I am a frequent visitor because there is a great little café inside that serves raw and vegan food. My visits have got me thinking: Everyone should have at least a small stash of medicinal herbs growing in their garden.Dr. Christopher’s medicinal herbal formulations...

Katherine's Story

Katherine's Story 0

Katherine’s Story Indoor sprouting, including growing wheatgrass and sunflower greens, released me from a life of fear as a result of a brush with cancer in 1996. At the end of nine months of chemical onslaught from conventional treatment for Hodgkins Lymphoma, I was ready to soak up everything I needed to know to get out from under the grip of fear. The fear of cancer reoccurring was with me every moment of every day. The Wheatgrass book by Ann Wigmore opened the door for me to the knowledge that the human body has the ability to heal itself. It...

Can a Plant Based Diet Sustain an Athlete?

Can a Plant Based Diet Sustain an Athlete? 0

I had my fourth child (in 6 years) this October. After great recovery time and rest I have found myself really wanting to see if at 33 I could ever be an athlete again. 2015 is my year to find out. A lot of my motivation to get in shape and eat better has been the result of working on a new product. We are extremely excited about this new line of all natural, ready-to-eat plant based vegan cereals – Rokit Fuel. The ingredients are things we all recognize and try to get into our diets: hemp hearts, maca root,...

Try Quick Greens in your Garden

Try Quick Greens in your Garden 0

Garden Planning Season has officially begun. We at True Leaf Market feel excitement in the air. Our phones and store have been flooded with discussion and ideas of what a 2015 garden will look and taste like. With all of this information flowing in from you, our customers (the best of the best sprouters, gardeners, and farmers), we wanted to share with you one of the most recent ideas from the Spin Farming group: the idea of Quick Greens. Spin gardeners and farmers are now growing baby sunflower greens, pea shoots, radish greens, broccoli greens, baby lettuce, and cabbage greens...

Creative Uses of Sprouts

Creative Uses of Sprouts 0

This month we want to share with you some fantastic recipe videos that came to our attention from Kelsey’s Korner. They feature some of our sprouting seed mixes used in innovative and creative ways. The videos are exceptionally well done and fun to watch. We hope you’ll check them out. Tropical SmoothieAn amazingly delicious raw tropical smoothie recipe that includes mango, banana, pomegranate, cinnamon and . . . our Protein Powerhouse Sprouting Mix as the source of living protein--a great alternative to protein powder. Powerhouse SmoothieA very cool recipe for a super-food smoothie made with our Protein Powerhouse and Crunchy...

Growing Hydroponically

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This month, we are introducing a new organic, hydroponic growing pad by Handy Pantry: Micro-Mats! For thirteen years now, we have been selling kits to help folks grow their own living foods in their own homes: wheatgrass, barley grass, sprouts, herbs, sunflower greens, buckwheat lettuce, and most recently, a huge line of microgreens through our sister website: www.trueleafmarket.com. We have always offered soil based kits with animal-free forest compost soil mix. For the last ten years or so, we have also offered some soil-free (hydroponic) solutions for wheatgrass, and subsequently microgreens. Our customers have preferred our soil-based solutions by about...

Eating More Raw & Living Foods: Our Family Story

Eating More Raw & Living Foods: Our Family Story 0

My husband and I have enjoyed a 5-year run as junk food vegans! Three babies under four years old and busy schedules have driven us to find all the convenience “health” junk food you can imagine! But with the realization that this diet was not giving us the energy we needed, we decided last week to embark on a 4 day Living Food and Raw Food diet. Wow! What a difference it has made on our outlook and future meal plans! Raw food has grown to be a huge trend, and for a good reason, once you get past the...

Top Ten Reasons To Sprout

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Sprouting is easy and fun with our easy to use sprouting kits! 1. Only Pennies Per Serving - One tablespoon of seeds will fill a quart jar with several ounces of sprouts. A 4-ounce package will yield several pounds. 2. Simple and Easy - It take less than a minute per day to grow and prepare sprouts. Sprouts will grow nearly anywhere indoors, in any season. Sprouts require very little space and travel well. They are the ideal vegetables for campers, boaters and RVers. Complete, easy-to-follow instructions are provided in the sprouting kits, on the seed package labels, and in...

Making Your Own Vegan Milks

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Making Your Own Vegan Milk We are proud to launch a new line of kits to make all manner of vegan milks including Almond, Cashew, Oat, Coconut, Hemp, Flax & Rice. We have a great new nut milk bag, and several complete vegan milk kits. We have offered soymilk and tofu kits for several years. We hope you’ll check them out.What Flavor is your Milk Mustache?My milk mustache changes daily. A good glass of vanilla almond milk can be super delicious, but I have to have rice milk for my cereal and chocolate soy milk for a late night dessert....

Vegetarians Live Longer Than Meat-eaters

Vegetarians Live Longer Than Meat-eaters 0

You don't have to take our word for it; Loma Linda University researchers did a study (cited in the Wall Street Journal and the Journal of the American Medical Association) that tracked over 73,000 vegetarian members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church for almost six years. The health differences between this vegetarian population and meat eaters is pronounced. Here are some highlights: Vegetarians experienced 12% fewer deaths during the period Vegetarians were 19% less likely to die from heart disease Vegetarians experienced fewer deaths from kidney failure Vegetarians experienced fewer deaths from diabetes Vegetarians tended to be thinner Read the whole...

New Year Resolution: Eat More Living Foods With Microgreens!

New Year Resolution: Eat More Living Foods With Microgreens! 0

Each New Year feels like a fresh start to me and an opportunity to explore new ways to go deeper, have more fun and enjoy life. As winter digs its tendrils into the garden and sends its icy fingers everywhere, I enjoy being cozy in a warm house. Yet, I do long for the taste of spring. For most of us, the garden has been put to bed. Eating from my garden is one of my greatest joys. Well, I found my winter solution. While living in New Mexico I had very poor soil and abundant light many days. I...

What is Does "Organic" Really Mean?

What is Does "Organic" Really Mean? 0

There is quite a bit of confusion about what “organic” really means, and we often get asked about it. Hopefully this quick tutorial will help you better understand how to be a better consumer of organic products. Levels of Organic: Certified Organic vs. OrganicThere are 3 different levels of organic, and understanding which level a product is makes you a more informed consumer. All levels of organic are subject to authorized 3rd party inspection to insure strict adherence with USDA Organic Regulations. Certified Organic (or 100% Organic) – These are products that contain 100% organic ingredients. Only certified organic products...

Holiday Dinner Survey Results: Vegans Don't Cheat

Holiday Dinner Survey Results: Vegans Don't Cheat 0

Let's set the scene: You have been invited to a big holiday dinner with friends or family... the only problem? Your host and the other guests don't follow the same diet as you do. You might be a vegan, vegetarian, raw/living food dieter, or a very health conscious ominvore and most if not all of the dishes at the event are sure to be diet busters. What do you do? We surveyed our newsletter subscribers to find out, and the results might surprise you. First we asked our subscribers to put themselves in the category that best describes them: We...

40 Benefits of Wheat Grass Juice - Nutritional Facts

40 Benefits of Wheat Grass Juice - Nutritional Facts 1

What's So Great About Wheatgrass? 40 Points of Wheat Grass: Nutritional Values 1- Wheatgrass Juice is one of the best sources of living chlorophyll available. 2- Chlorophyll is the first product of light and, therefore, contains more light energy than any other element. 3- Wheatgrass juice is a crude chlorophyll and can be taken orally and as a colon implant without toxic side effects. 4- Chlorophyll is the basis of all plant life. 5- Wheatgrass is high in oxygen like all green plants that contain chlorophyll. The brain and all body tissues function at an optimal level in a highly...

How To Make Your Own Sauerkraut & Fermented Vegetables

How To Make Your Own Sauerkraut & Fermented Vegetables 1

Last month we discussed the amazing health benefits of eating real (as opposed to store-bought, pasteurized) sauerkraut and other lactic acid fermented vegetables. This month we will talk about how to do it yourself at home. UPDATE: Check out our new Jar Top Fermenter that solves all the challenges with mason jar fermentation described below and makes mason jars a fantastic option.How It WorksLactic acid fermentation works when beneficial bacteria produce lactic acid. When the lactic acid builds up to a certain level it kills off all other harmful bacteria, including the bacteria that cause food to decay. The lactic...

What are Microgreens? - How To Get Started Growing

What are Microgreens? - How To Get Started Growing 1

Microgreens are tiny edible plants, usually vegetable garden plants, that are grown in quantity and harvested while they are still juvenile plants. They are grown in a medium like soil or a hydroponic grow pad and are usually grown and harvested at about 10 days, which is usually 7 or 8 days past the sprout stage. They are grown in trays and can be grown right on your kitchen countertop or outdoors on a porch or patio. They are used in salads, sandwiches, slaws, soups and garnishes. We first noticed that something was going on when on a business trip...

Bruce McVay: Wheatgrass & Athletic Performance

Bruce McVay: Wheatgrass & Athletic Performance 0

Grass and Endurance - The Athletes' Use of Wheatgrass The newspapers have recently published several articles on recent animal studies that have proven that very low calorie highly nutritional diets enhance strength, endurance, and life longevity. Wheatgrass has by lab analysis proven to be very close to the foremost plant in the category of nutritive value per ounce. Being an ultra distance runner for 5 years (races from 30 to 100 miles or more). I tried nearly every physically enhancing supplement and natural food source to improve my health, stamina, and oxygenation process. One and one-half years ago, I began...

Summertime Wheatgrass Growing Tips

Summertime Wheatgrass Growing Tips 0

During the heat of the summer, months growing wheatgrass can be subject to a few potential complications due to the heat. Generally speaking, wheatgrass does best below 75 degrees F, but not cooler than 65 degrees. We hope these tips help! Heat Problems During the Initial Soak – if your soak water gets too hot the seeds can actually spoil in the water. The solution is to soak less time (8 hours) or put your soak container in the refrigerator and soak 8 to 12 hours. Root Problems Due to Heat - Wheat does poorly in hot temperatures and grows...

Spin Farming: with Urban Gardener Linda Borghi

Spin Farming: with Urban Gardener Linda Borghi 0

This week let's investigate a new farming phenomenon called Spin Farming and Spin Gardening. People in urban or rural areas are turning small plots of land into a farm for themselves and for others on as little as 1/3 acre, sometimes making a pretty good profit. We thought it was pretty exciting! What is Spin Farming?SPIN stands for S-mall P-lot IN-tensive, and it is a production system that makes it possible to earn significant income from land bases under an acre in size by growing common vegetables. SPIN provides everything you’d expect from a good franchise: a business concept, marketing...

Colloidal Minerals: Fact or Fiction?

Colloidal Minerals: Fact or Fiction? 0

Colloidal minerals and trace elements have been stirring quite a bit of controversy recently. Some say they have nutritional benefits to the health, and others say they are useless, and potentially even hazardous. As the dictionary states, colloidal minerals are "aggregates of atoms or molecules in a finely divided state dispersed in a gaseous, liquid or solid medium and resisting sedimentation, diffusion and filtration." What this means is that colloidal minerals are stable aggregates, in other words, the colloids are extremely atomic. Since they are aggregates at least two atoms, the colloid still contains a minimum of two ions even...

Trace Minerals & Help For Migraines

Trace Minerals & Help For Migraines 0

Eighteen percent of American women and six percent of American men suffer from migraines. Magnesium and trace minerals may help with this and other health disorders. Unbeknownst to a surprisingly large audience of nutritionally uneducated Americans, insufficient mineral density in the food we eat is a major contributor to disease and dysfunction. This silently growing deficit has not resulted from a quantitative problem, as there is rarely a recognizable food shortage in this country, but rather a qualitative one. Trace elements and minerals are most prevalent in fresh produce and other organic food sources, not synthesized and manufactured foods. Unfortunately...

Raw Food Energy Proof

Raw Food Energy Proof 0

The holidays seem to be the busiest time of year for me! I need all the energy I can get, and all the extra holiday sweets and food doesn't seem to give that! So between those days of indulgence and food enjoyment, I would recommend starting your new year's dieting early with the addition of more raw foods (sprouts etc..) to your diet. In our August 2010 Newsletter, we reprinted an article about Bruce McVay, ultra distance runner. Bruce’s diet was already raw food. By adding wheatgrass juice to his diet he enhanced his running ability and especially his winning...

Cautions Concerning Buckwheat

Cautions Concerning Buckwheat 0

A few years ago, someone wrote an article about how they experienced skin light sensitivity as a result of consuming large amounts of buckwheat greens juice. We have enjoyed the delicious tang of buckwheat greens in moderation for many years without problems, but we don’t doubt that large quantities of buckwheat greens or buckwheat greens juice could cause the described condition. A wise approach would be moderation in all things, as we believe the issue with buckwheat greens is a question of dose. For example, some nutrients like salt, some vitamins and even water are vital in appropriate doses but...

A Radical Approach to Improving Health

A Radical Approach to Improving Health 0

We have the greatest healthcare system in the world, or so we have been led to believe. It is certainly the costliest. In 1995, I had just begun a wheatgrass business and had a greenhouse where people came in and out and sometimes shared with me some of their experiences with health. A neighbor to the greenhouse once came in and shared with me his wife’s experience. In July of 1993, medical doctors upon finding a huge tumor in her colon the size of a small grapefruit removed it and put her into intensive care, where she remained until January...

Complete Nutrition with Living Wheatgrass & Barleygrass Juice

Complete Nutrition with Living Wheatgrass & Barleygrass Juice 0

Energized, motivated, and blissful are three great words! These words might describe someone's mood on a perfect day. This perfect day could be the outcome of certain factors. The primary factor is physical health. People sometimes refuse to admit that the body often controls motivation. Willpower is just not enough. We wish so much to do good things, to accomplish goals and to work hard, but we are tired. How do we fix our health? In studying successful healthy lives like Ann Wigmore or Anthony Robbins-- one thing is clear… what one eats directly affects how one feels. Living, fresh,...

What Raw Living Foods Did For Me

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Lately I've been getting a lot of email asking about MY story. How did I get involved with the Wigmore Program, why did I get involved, and what did it do for me? OK, I'll share. For 23 years, I lived in Key West, Florida and built four computer companies on two continents. In 1997, I'd had enough, and sold off the businesses, apartment building, office buildings, houses, and almost all of the stuff I'd accumulated. By the second week of January 1999, I was 48 years old, free and financially liquid. I took a year off and toured the...

Great Quote From A Living Foods Proponent

Great Quote From A Living Foods Proponent 0

"We are living in an age where eating lots of raw foods is essential. Cooking destroys many of the vitamins, all of the enzymes, chelated minerals, nucleic acids, and chlorophyll. The heat disorganizes the protein structure, leading to deficiency of some of the essential amino acids. This complete protien starvation contributes to premature aging. To compensate for this, many individuals eat lots of protein foods which stress the eliminative organs with much waste. The buildup of waste eventually leads to degenerative diseases. All cooked foods induce an infectious condition. White blood cells increase significantly after such a meal. If the...

Wheatgrass Juice & Detoxification

Wheatgrass Juice & Detoxification 0

Detoxification seems to be the word for the day. Never at a time in the history of man, have the foods we eat been so processed and devitalized. Never has there been the chemical pollution in the growing soils, in the ground water, the rivers and the oceans, and in the air. The shampoos, lotions, creams, and emollients we slather upon our bodies have chemical names we've never heard of. Never before have people suffered en masse from such a wide variety of illnesses and disease. It is reported that of the 60 million people who search the internet every...

The Nutritional Content of One Grape

The Nutritional Content of One Grape 0

A new application of high technology, a more informed and intelligent approach to nutrition has now placed scientific methods of measuring one's nutrition within everyone’s grasp. The high technology comes in the form of a complex device about the size of a pickup truck called the ICP (inductively coupled plasma) spectrometer. The spectrometer is now being used to determine the precise trace mineral status of athletes and other high-performance seekers. This same spectrometer has also been used to analyze the different compounds in fruits and vegetables. It has been found, for instance, to show that over 5 million different compounds...

The Miracle of Trace Minerals

The Miracle of Trace Minerals 0

Add Trace Elements to your Soil with Azomite Trace Mineral Fertilizer! The challenge with the soil in which most of our food is grown is that it has been leached of most of its trace mineral content over the years. As modern farming techniques have evolved, most farms fertilize with NPK (Nitrogen, Phosphorous, Potassium), which will cheaply and dramatically increase crop yields. It is not cost effective for farmers to fertilize their crops with other trace minerals like selenium, calcium, copper, zinc and over 60 others that are needed by the human body for optimum health, so of course, they...

Growing Wheatgrass in the Winter

Growing Wheatgrass in the Winter 0

We recently had a question about growing wheatgrass in the winter. Very good question! Yes, you can grow wheatgrass during the winter, in fact, that is one of the major benefits! You can grow fresh organic wheatgrass all year round inside your home! Wheatgrass grows very well indoors, a 70-degree climate preferably. It will grow even if it gets as cold as 50 degrees, but it will grow very slow. It usually takes grass about 7-10 days to reach the perfect height for harvesting. Wheatgrass needs indirect sunlight. In other words, if you put it near a window you will...

Flax Oil: Another Complex Miracle of Nature

Flax Oil: Another Complex Miracle of Nature 0

Benefits of Omega 3 Fatty Acids from Fresh, Ground Flaxseed In our efforts to bring you the best in living food nutrition, we would like to introduce our new product, the flaxseed kit. The kit consists of an electric grinder, flax seed, some suggested recipes, and the amazing little book, by Dr. Johanna Budwig who was nominated seven times for the Nobel Prize, and is considered by many to be the foremost authority on fats and healing. Dr. Budwig, as did Ann Wigmore, suggests a diet including raw fruits and vegetables. In addition, she contends that the body needs certain...

Food Enzyme Concept Pt. 3

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Part 3: Several years ago I was talking to a friend of mine who is a wheat farmer in Idaho. He was talking about his brother who had a herd of Hereford cattle, and said that they were put out to pasture on the wheat fields every year. We had a common interest in Ann Wigmore’s diet and wheatgrass juice and he spoke about how each and every animal that was born in this herd was absolutely perfect and how this contrasts with mankind and the inherited problems in thousands of children who are born imperfect. I then thought about...

Magnesium Deficiency

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The American diet is rich in proteins, carbohydrates, and fats but it is commonly poor in magnesium (Mg). Additionally, most supplements of vitamins and minerals, that are taken by many to assure adequate nutrition, provide Mg in only minimal amounts, if at all. Mg is a mineral that is essential for health in optimal quantities if we are to obtain full benefit from the foods we eat and from the supplements we take. Mg is needed by our bodies to activate numerous enzymes that control metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and electrolytes; to assist in the utilization of other essential minerals,...

Food Enzyme Concept Pt. 2

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The Conscientious Housewife Part 2: The conscientious housewife goes only to the produce section of her local supermarket. She would never buy anything that was canned, bottled or processed. She prides herself in taking really good care of her family. She doesn’t realize that the fresh produce she is buying is probably already 4 to 5 weeks old since harvest was grown on mineral deficient soil was heavily sprayed with pesticides Even if she has started out with high quality, organic produce, she will probably take it home and cook the remaining life out of it. Many scientists have for...

Wheatgrass for liquid sunshine | Wheat Grass & Chlorophyll

Wheatgrass for liquid sunshine | Wheat Grass & Chlorophyll 0

Wheatgrass for liquid sunshine? In excerpts from her small book Wheatgrass Juice - Gift of Nature,Betsy Russell Manning extolls the health properties of the green juiceGreensward Press ISBN No. 0-930165-19-5 Note: The information on this website is presented for educational purposes and is not a substitute for the advice of and treatment by a qualified professional. This document was provided byContinuum MagazineVOL. 5 No. 4 In ancient times, the wheatberry was considered the most valuable of foods. Chlorophyll from the growing wheat has proved itself for cleansing the bloodstream. Wheatgrass, freshly made into a drink, contains liquid sunshine plus the...

The Benefits of Wheatgrass Juice

The Benefits of Wheatgrass Juice 0

Wheatgrass Juicers - The Benefits of Wheatgrass Juice There are several reasons to juice wheatgrass, the chief reason is that wheatgrass is a wonderful source of living chlorophyll. Chlorophyll is a pigment in plants that contains magnesium. The juice that is the product of wheatgrass being juiced is extremely full of vitamins and nutrients and while the juice is fresh it is rated as one of the best juices to consume for anyone and everyone. Wheatgrass is wheat in its early stages, and once the grass reaches about seven or eight days, it is at its optimal stage to be...

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