Posts tagged wellness
Super Rich and Creamy Fresh Turmeric Ginger Latte

Surprise yourself by making something extremely delicious and healthy with simple ingredients.

You would be amazed at what you can make at home that you might have only imagined you could enjoy at a restaurant made by an expert. The truth is you don't have to be a pro to make some of the most delicious things right in your own kitchen.

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What's All The Fuss with Wellness Powders And Do They Actually Work

They've got ingredients with crazy names and big promises, so what are wellness powders?

A new kind of supplement has risen to popularity. Called wellness powders, magic dust or elixirs people are mixing and stirring them with water, coconut water or alternative milks and preaching their benefits. Like most supplements worth their salt they are not cheap but promise great things. 

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Horseradish with Salmon And Feta Scramble

Horseradish is not only really good for you, it's easy to incorporate into your diet. Horseradish is a root vegetable and can be found prepared and ready to eat in some grocery stores. To get really fresh and organic prepared horseradish, you typically have to go a bit further.

Farmers markets have been home for a long time to the freshest made local food. But not any more. Grate Roots is a horseradish maker that goes further for your health and is available in the Treatmo marketplace. With sodium free organic horseradish made fresh, you can count on getting a huge dose of nutrients with every bite. And that's what the owner of Grate Roots always intended.

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Balanced Diet Best Protection From The Flu

Protection from the flu is a common concern during the winter season and a serious one for those whose can’t afford any down time due to illness. Although there are many vitamin pills and over the counter prescriptions designed to limit exposure to the flu, are they the best way to stay healthy?

According to Katherine Hobson of NPR, “products claiming to turbo-charge your immune system are relying on marketing fluff rather than proven scientific claims — because there isn’t actually any evidence to suggest that these things work.”

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