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The benefits of coffee for the health

Coffee

Coffee is a beverage acquired from the seeds of the espresso tree (Coffea arabica), an evergreen bush from tropical areas. It is quite possibly the most burned-through beverages on the planet and offers numerous advantages and temperances for our wellbeing. Coffee makes you happy According to a study by the …

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Astragalus Benefits, and how to use it to help your health

Astragalus is a family of plants that are generally used to help the body’s safe framework. It has been one of the principle establishes utilized in Chinese medication for a large number of years and the astragalus plants are found all through the world. Various varieties of astragalus develop all …

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Ginger Benefits

Here’s another natural antibiotic that you may already have in your home, Ginger. Ginger has been used as medicine for thousands of years and is readily available at stores and supermarkets. It grows in tropical regions throughout the world including Asia, the United States, China, and India. The ginger root …

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Liquorice Benefits

Liquorice is found throughout the world and even imported into the United States from other countries because of its antibacterial and healing properties. There are many different species of liquorice plant and it has been used to heal asthma, coughs, and disease since the third century. Liquorice by itself can …

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Usnea Benefits

Usnea is genus of lichen found throughout the United States that grows on bark and twigs of other plants. It’s also found throughout the rest of the world, making it very common in the wild. You can mainly locate usnea in sick or dying trees and they’re many different varieties …

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STUFFED BELL PEPPERS, RECIPE #15

STUFFED BELL PEPPERS Everyone likes stuffed bell peppers, but sometimes they’re not always good for you. However, this recipe is great at fighting inflammation because of the olive oil and onion. Then you add in the bell peppers which has antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties as well. Every bell pepper will help, but red bell peppers are one of the best. You can replace it with orange, green or yellow though for antioxidants and inflammation fighting properties as well. SEE: RECIPE #14 INGREDIENTS: 4 Large Red Bell Peppers 1/3 Cup Brown Rice, Cooked 1 ½ Cups Onion, Diced 6 Ounces Ground Turkey 2 Teaspoons Olive Oil ¼ up Mozzarella, Low Fat ½ Teaspoon Sea Salt, Fine ¼ Teaspoon Black Pepper 14.5 Ounces Diced Tomatoes, Canned & Drained DIRECTIONS: SEE: RECIPE #16 The tops should be cut off of your red bell peppers, and you’re going to need to cut the seeds off. Make sure the bottom is flat, shaving a little of the bell pepper off the bottom if necessary. Take the bell peppers and the juice from the canned tomatoes, and place them into the microwave. Microwave them until they’re tender. Dice your bell pepper tops, and combine them with the rice, onion, turkey, salt, pepper, and tomatoes in olive oil over medium heat to sauté. Cook until they vegetables are tender. Take the peppers, and stuff them with the mixture. Place any remaining mixture around them. Your oven needs to be preheated to 350, and continue to cook for 25 minutes. After 25 minutes, take them out and sprinkle the cheese over them. Place them back in the oven, continuing to cook until the cheese is melted.

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EASY WRAPS, RECIPE #14

EASY WRAPS, RECIPE #14 Cabbage is okay, but red cabbage is great at fighting inflammation, and you get a lot of it with these chicken wraps. They are also extremely high in vitamin C, and the apple cider vinegar is also known to help. If you want to boost it even more, add a half a teaspoon of ginger to the mix. SEE: RECIPE #13 INGREDIENTS: 1 Tablespoon Apple Cider Vinegar ¼ Teaspoon Sea Salt, Fine ¼ Teaspoon Cayenne Pepper 1 Roasted Chicken, Cooled 6 Flatbreads, Whole Wheat 1 Teaspoon Black Pepper 1 ½ Cups Red Cabbage, Shredded 2 Tablespoons Pickle Juice ½ Cup Mayonnaise, Reduced Fat DIRECTIONS: SEE: RECIPE #15 Take the pepper, pickle juice, and mayonnaise, combining it in a bowl and then refrigerating it. Add the salt, vinegar, cabbage, cayenne and cabbage together in a medium bowl, making sure you toss to mix it. Discard the bones and skin from the chicken, shredding it into bite size pieces. Mix the shredded chicken into the mayonnaise combination, making sure to stir so that it is completely combined. The cabbage and chicken mixtures should be divided on each flatbread, and then you can roll them up so that they’re ready to eat. Sometimes, you can stick a toothpick through them so that they stay rolled until you are ready to pick them up.

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GINGER & CARROT SOUP, RECIPE #13

GINGER & CARROT SOUP As stated before, ginger and carrot are great if you’re looking for something to stop inflammation in its track. Olive oil and coconut oil will contribute too, as well as coconut milk. The onion helps, and so does the garlic. All around this soup is made to stop inflammation before it gets too far along, and it’s packed with vitamins and minerals that your body needs to stay fit and healthy. SEE: RECIPE #12 INGREDIENTS: 1 Tablespoon Olive Oil 1 Tablespoon Coconut Oil SEE: GENGER BENEFITS 1 Medium Onion, Chopped 1 ½ lbs. Carrots, Chopped ¼ Tablespoon Red Pepper Flakes ¾ Teaspoon Turmeric, ground 1 Teaspoon Sea Salt, Fine ¼ Teaspoon Black Pepper 4 ½ Cups Vegetable Stock 2 Teaspoons Garlic, Minced ½ Cup Coconut Milk, Full Fat DIRECTIONS: SEE: RECIPE #14 The oils will need heated together over medium heat in a medium to large saucepan. Add in your onions so they can sauté for four to five minutes. They should turn translucent. Then, add your turmeric, salt, red pepper flakes, garlic and ginger, sautéing for two to three minutes. The spices should become fragrant before it’s done. Take your carrots, adding them in to sauté for three to four minutes. The vegetable stock will then need poured in and brought to a boil. Turn it on low for it to simmer. It should cook for fifteen to twenty minutes. The carrots should be cooked all the way through. The soup can then be removed from heat. Puree the soup in a blender, and then divide between bowls. When serving, drizzle on the full fat coconut milk, adding salt and pepper as desired.

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CHICKEN & BROCCOLI, RECIPE #12

CHICKEN & BROCCOLI Coconut oil is better for you than olive oil in a way since it has more health benefits, but both are anti-inflammatory and that’s why they’ve been added to this meal. Broccoli and onion are high anti-inflammatory vegetables, and when added to the ginger, it makes a meal that is both healthy and tasty. This is an arthritis friendly meal that’s easy to make, which is why it was added under lunch. Some people prefer it for dinner. SEE: RECIPE #11 INGREDIENTS: 1 Teaspoons Olive Oil 1 Teaspoon Coconut Oil 3 Ounces Boneless Chicken Breast, Cut 2 Cups Broccoli, Chopped 1 ¼ Cups Snow Peas ¾ Cup Yellow Onion, Chopped & Peeled 1 Teaspoon Ginger Root, Grated ½ Cup Green or Red Grapes ¼ Cup Water DIRECTIONS: Take a wok or a large skillet and heat up your oil, putting it over medium-high. SEE: RECIPE #13 Take your chicken, adding it, and sauté it until it’s browned slightly. This can take from four to six minutes. Add in your water, ginger, broccoli, onion, and snow peas. Stir often as you continue cooking until chicken is done and the water is reduced to a glaze. The vegetables should also be tender. This may take fifteen to twenty minutes. Remember to add water when necessary. The grapes are for a garnish to be added when you plate and serve the food.

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BAKED SWEET POTATO SURPRISE, RECIPE #11

BAKED SWEET POTATO SURPRISE RECIPE Sweet potato, as you already know, is great for inflammation and providing you with the vitamins you need. Swiss chard is also great for inflammation, and it’s a leafy green that gives you the fiber that you need for a healthy diet. Onions are also one of the top anti-inflammatory foods, and it’s a cheap vegetable that can be added into a variety of food. Sautéing them, like in this recipe, is one of the easiest ways to add them in to get the full effects that onion has to offer. INGREDIENTS: SEE RECIPE #10 2 Large Sweet Potatoes 1 Small Onion, Sliced Thin SEE: RECIPE #5 1 Bunch Swiss Chard, Chopped & Steamed 1 Avocado, Slice & Divided ¼ Teaspoon Cayenne Pepper 1 Teaspoon Lemon juice, Fresh ½ Teaspoon Sea Salt, Coarse 1 Tablespoon Olive Oil DIRECTIONS: Your oven will need to be turned on to 400 degrees, and then you are going to want to bake for about forty-five minutes or until they’re tender. Take a large skillet, turning it to medium heat and cooking your onions until tender. It may take up to six minutes. Add in your chard, and continue to cook and stir. It should turn wilted and bright green, which may take about five to six minutes. Add salt and stir. Split the potato, and top with the greens. Season with the salt, lemon, and cayenne. SEE: RECIPE #12

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