Notes: 4 / 1 year ago
10 Natural Foods That Won’t Break Your Budget - Daily Tips | Swanson Health Products
- Peanut Butter: This popular pantry item offers protein and heart-healthy unsaturated fats. Use organic peanut butter in snacks, sandwiches, sauces, dips and baked goods.
- Oatmeal: This grain helps lower LDL (bad) cholesterol. Use in baked goods, breakfast and to stretch ground meat dishes.
- Eggs: Eggs are a good source of lean protein, and also contain vitamin B12, riboflavin and phosphorus. Use them in omelets, frittatas and salads.
- Apple: This fruit is a good source of vitamin C and is full of both soluble and insoluble fiber. Eat as a snack or use in salads and baked goods.
- Sweet Potatoes: These fiber-filled spuds are very filling and a source of vitamins A and B6. Use them in both main and side dishes.
- Frozen Vegetables: They provide fiber and an array of nutrients, depending on which veggies you buy. Use them in side dishes and casseroles.
- Beans: This tasty staple provides lean protein that’s full of fiber, calcium, folic acid and iron and other minerals. Use in salads and stews, veggie burgers, as side dishes, and even in healthy desserts!
- Brown Rice: Brown rice is a whole grain and a source of vitamin B6, magnesium, copper, zinc and manganese. Use it in soups, salads and side dishes.
- Canned Tuna: This fish is a healthful lean protein and contains omega-3 fatty acids. Use it in sandwiches, casseroles and salads.
- Spinach: This leafy green is loaded with vitamins A, C, K and folic acid, as well as manganese. Use it in salads, pasta dishes, casseroles, soups and stews.
This is for all those folks who use price as an excuse not to eat healthy. You can get these items at ANY grocery store for cheap and they keep you satiated for much longer than processed meals due to the high nutritional content. When you tally up your monthly food bill this will be cheaper than McDonalds or Takeout. Guaranteed.
Enough excuses already America. Your waistline can’t afford it.
Notes: 39 / 1 year ago
This has been resumed for the time being after a ~2 year hiatus.
The intended use will be to restore lost stamina after lengthy exposure to high temperatures as well as other issues that may occur in the body as a result of excessive heat in this time of the year.
- Somewhat rested (2 hours after 4 hours of moderate activity)
- Moderately hydrated
- Good circulation level
Tips for best usage/efficacy: Use either 30 minutes before activity or 2 hours after (and 30 minutes before the next activity period) Make sure you are adequately hydrated to prevent your system from absorbing it too quickly or too slowly. Take 30 minutes to one hour after waking when circulation improves so that it can be distributed evenly throughout the body. Cycle on/off every 2 weeks if usage exceeds 1 vial per day.
Works best in: Any environment where there are extreme temperatures shifts or rapid changes in humidity.
Vs other forms: This form of Ginseng is considerably superior to the granule, tea or capsule version when it comes to absorption and efficacy. The Glucose extract of Royal Jelly smooths out the effect and lengthens the duration in comparison to it’s other forms. Common complaints for the granule form is lack of potency, the tea form delivers too much energy to the brain and the capsule form can be absorbed too quickly or in some persons: not at all. Above all else it is cost-efficient without sacrificing quality or efficacy.
Notes: 5 / 1 year ago
Tea Tree Oil, Lemongrass Oil completely obliterate Antibiotic resistant Staph/MSRA
Yet another glaring reason why people need to realize that Conventional Medicine and the Doc don’t know what they are doing half the time.