Wheatgrass is a tried-and-true ingredient in smoothies and juicing regimens. It’s almost automatic to throw it in with those other healthy ingredients you use to boost your strength, energy and your immune system. You’ll find plenty of it at your health food store, in tablet, liquid or powder form. But have to stopped to think about why you’re putting it in your drink and what it’s actually doing for you?
This recipe belongs to a 1 week menu, that was designed for a person needing to gain strength and boost up their immune system. This meatloaf works as the perfect meal for a weight management plan.
All the proteins, vitamins, minerals and fatty acids are working together to support the Immune system.
It’s time to replace your medicine cabinet with your spice rack:
You have likely heard the term “probiotics” being tossed around lately, but you may still be wondering, “Are they really as good as what people say?” When research uncovers any new form of treatment, whether it be medicine or even just nutritional supplements, it takes time to discern whether it really is a good idea to jump on the “health bandwagon” or not. We assure you that probiotics are here to stay and are more than just a fad or popular trend. Probiotics represent the strains of good bacteria in your gut that help treat and prevent a number of different conditions including irritable bowel syndrome, Crohn’s disease, eczema, and even urinary tract infections. Probiotics are not only a natural cure for many health conditions, but these microorganisms are also an important part of a daily health regimen.
Chronic stress is hazardous to health and can lead to early death from heart disease, cancer and of other health problems. But it turns out it doesn’t matter whether the stress comes from major events in life or from minor problems. Both can be deadly.
Could you live without food for a few days, if it was good for your health? Researchers at USC found that fasting for 4 or 5 days causes the body to generate new immune cells.
Your immune system is your frontline defense against environmental toxins, viruses, bacteria, and other harmful microorganisms.