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Edible crafts

July 16th, 2012 Posted in Crafts, Recipes

Here is a great website to give you all kinds of recipes for edible crafts.  Today’s feature is a root beer snow cone that you create from extracts.  Here’s a link: ediblecrafts.craftgossip.com/

Here’s a link to a root beer flavored liquid Stevia  available at my Celestine Market: www.celestinemarket.com/market/html/products.php?search=rootbeer

There are a lot of other extracts/flavors :www.celestinemarket.com/market/html/products.php?search=230

and many Stevia choices as well to add flavor naturally without adding calories:  www.celestinemarket.com/market/html/products.php?search=stevia

A new source of protien

July 16th, 2012 Posted in Recipes, Remedies

Look for cashew cheese the next time you are at your favorite health food store.  Protein helps you diet by helping you to remain feeling satisfied and the average American doesn’t get the daily recommended amount.  Cashew cheese has 21 grams of protein per cup and comes in a variety of flavors.  A great way to have a healthy snack for the kids too.  Just spread on your favorite whole grain cracker and balance with some grapes for a real power snack!

Anti-Inflammation Tips

June 20th, 2012 Posted in Recipes

1 ) Coconut Oil – Massage oil into joints and muscles at the end of the day for natural relief that smells great!

2) Anti-Inflammatory Cocktail – reduce inflammation inside the body naturally

3/4 cup Aloe Vera Juice add water and your favorite Pomegranate Juice

You can bring your cholesterol down at the same time by adding flax oil.  Just one tablespoon or serving is needed a day.

Ultimate Slim Down Drink

June 14th, 2012 Posted in Girl Stuff, Recipes

1 c Grapefruit juice ( One grapefruit)
1 tsp Apple Cider Vinegar
1 tsp honey (optional)

Drink before meals at least 3 times a day!  (I actually like this!  You can also add a slice of cucumber with the rind.  Can’t remember where I read that one)

Turmeric for Brain & Body Health

May 8th, 2012 Posted in Product replacements, Recipes, Remedies

Want to help boost your mood? Add some turmeric to your cooking. Turmeric is the spice that makes curry orange and American mustard bright yellow, and is a potent natural anti-inflammatory agent
Here’s a link to what Dr. Weil is saying about in today’s tip:

Try this spice for a mood boost!

Here are some great recipes that use this spice: Turmeric recipes

Here is a link to order it from my market:  Turmeric products

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