Green is my MOST favorite color !! I think of new beginnings, amazing holidays (Christmas, St. Patrick’s Day, Easter), green grass, and pure happiness when I think of green. This month, we’ll be taking a look at the color green. There are so many awesome things we can do to teach our kids about the color green. There are some delicious fruits and vegetables that are green. Asparagus and grapes are two of my favorites. Choose your child’s favorites and have a picnic! Let your child choose…
Your Guide to Eye Disease Prevention... The following describes important vision nutrients - food for the eyes - the foods they are found in, conditions for which their use is relevant, and their sources in supplements.
These Foods, Herb, Spices & Oils are Absolutely Bursting with Antioxidants
Kitchen Witchery: ORANGE ~ Carotenoids are the powerful phytochemical in orange foods, and they are what give the foods their color. Carotenoids repair DNA and help prevent cancer and heart disease, as well as strengthening our vision. These orange foods also give us the right amount of potassium and vitamin A, which keeps our eyes and skin healthy, and protects against infections. They are also known to boost the immune system because of the vitamin C content in many of them.
Genetics & Rheumatoid Disease: More Complicated Than Cancer?
Greens are essential! Eating green leafy vegetables boosts your immune system by protecting the lining of your digestive system from bad bacteria. They are anti-inflammatory and are beneficial to the body by maintaining bone health, helping to control allergies, and lowering the risk of obesity, bowel cancer, type 2 diabetes, Alzheimer's, high blood pressure, and heart disease. They also aid in preventing eye disease. The list is endless! www.peaceloveandapplesauce.com
Now I See You by Nicole C. Kear When 19-year-old Nicole (the author) finds out she’s going blind due to a rare eye disease, she decides to live life to the fullest during her last few weeks with vision. This memoir is a story of how to deal with life’s curveballs and accepting the ones you have no control over with grace.