Hydration: The Key to Unlocking Health and Human Performance
Our bodies are made up of 65% water but many do not know how important hydration is! Learn how hydration can increase weight loss, increase energy and supercharge athletic performance.
Easy Elderberry and Strawberry Jam
I had what I call, this great idea today while eating my peanut butter and elderberry jam sandwich. I’m not much for food preparation. I like to cook and I like to entertain but I’ll tell you what, processing fruits for canning is a royal pain. It took forever to strain those chokecherries. Granted the juice was delicious but there must be a faster way so I come up with a cheat while enjoying my sandwich. I simply scattered my thawed elderberries in the elderberry jam to add a little more to the sandwich and thought why not mix elderberries with existing jam? Choose your favorite flavor. Mine will most likely be raspberry and strawberry. Yep, I’ll do it twice.
Elderberry Syrup From Local Harvesting
Elderberry syrup offers many health benefits and a great tasting syrup and all this goodness can be harvested and created from local sources. Elderberries grow in many parts of the US and other countries. You can harvest elderberries from the wild in most areas with very little effort. All you need is a little bit of education on the plant and the willingness to go out and find them. If you do your research you will find that this is a very easy plant to identify and you can start to enjoy your own wild harvest and the health benefits of this great plant.
Colon Cleansing Aternatives
Colon cleansing is not something we talk about on a daily basis. There are various methods for colon cleansing. Some of the common ones include, colonic irrigation, herbal remedies and supplements.
Things You Should Know About Detox Diets
If your digestive system feels slower than usual or if you feel tired or weak, you may benefit a lot from detoxification, or detox for short. This process gets rid of toxins from the body, like waste products generated by normal cellular activity, and toxins acquired from the environment, food, and water we take in.