I love this meal bar—it's so versatile and easy to make! Have them on-hand for a quick meal, snack, and even travel food. Of course, they are a great dessert. In addition to being a low glycemic easy to digest meal, a complete protein, and healthy fats, they are also delicious.
Tea: coffee’s coy competitor in the cutthroat—yet throat-soothing—world of hot beverages. Both provide daily stimulant boosts, both are great to share with a loved one, and both are steeped in rich and complex histories.
But popular teas (like green tea, black tea, and even tea extract and tea constituents) have something coffee doesn’t—an amino acid celebrated for its cognitive performance and wider health benefits: L-theanine (L-THEE-uh-neen).
You know those nights. The ones you wake up in the middle of, clutching your knees to rock yourself back asleep. It’s not a nightmare that roused you. It’s something much, much worse: leg cramps.
The pain is sudden, searing, and seemingly out of your control. But those calf contractions could be trying to tell you something. Muscle cramps are frequently a sign of magnesium deficiency in healthy adults
We all know how important good nutrition is for our health. But what exactly are the benefits of green foods?
Firstly, greens help us cleanse, alkalize and energize our body. They cleanse and detoxify our body because of the way they attract heavy metals, pulling them through our digestive system and eliminate them out of our body. They help to energize our cells because of how they alkalize our blood.