Spelt grain

Spelt is a natural, nonhybrid grain related to wheat. Easier to digest than wheat, spelt is often tolerated by gluten-sensitive people. It also tops wheat in protein, amino acids, minerals and B vitamins. The cooked kernels have a sweet, nutty taste and rice like texture. Whole-grain spelt pasta is nutritious alternative to traditional semolina pasta.

Quinoa health benefits

Quinoa, pronounced KEEN-wa, is a nutritious grain that a light taste and a delicate, fluffy texture. It was once a staple of the Inca culture.
Those who are allergic to wheat or corn will likely find this grain easy to digest. Quinoa Contains 50 percent more protein than most other grains, as well as higher levels of calcium, phosphorus, iron and B vitamins. Cook this grian using 1 cup water to 2 cups Quinoa

Red Clover Herb for Detoxification

Red clover is a very useful and important herb for natural detoxification programs. It purifies the blood and fights infections. It it commonly used for bacterial infections, coughs, bronchitis, inflamatory bowel disorders, kidney and liver problems, skin disorders, and weakened immune system. It has expectorant, antispasmodic and relaxing effects. It is also helpful for psoriasis and eczema.

Dosage: 20 drops in a little water, 2 to 3 times per day.

Cautions: None known

Greens for good Health

Greens form the basis of good health. Greens are nature’s primary medicine.
More greens = more vitamins, more minerals and more phytonutients. Greens help build strong bones; they maintain a healthy cardiovascular, digestive, immune and glandular system. They are anti inflammatory and prevent damage caused by free radicals.
Greens are loaded with chlorophyll which is highly cleansing and detoxifying. Green foods are the lowest calorie, lowest sugar and calorie for calorie the most nutritious food on the planet.