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Lemon Ginger Turmeric Tea: A Medicinal Drink to Heal and Prevent Colds and the Flu

Jumpstart your day with drinking a lemon ginger turmeric tea, a medicinal drink with potent anti-inflammatory and detoxing powers.  This elixir is packed with antioxidants that improve digestion and detoxify the liver and blood.
Share: This all-natural immunity booster is extremely effective in treating a cold, cough, sore throat, fatigue, irritable bowel syndrome, chronic pain, and seasonal allergies.

Before we move to the recipe, let`s discuss some of the health benefits associated with its ingredients first:

Lemon Lemon has a robust nutritional profile and it is associated with a wide range of health benefits.  Some of them include treatment of constipation, sore throat, fever, indigestion, rheumatism, internal bleeding, throat infections, obesity, high blood pressure, cholera, and respiratory disorders.  It has potent therapeutic properties, which help cleanse the stomach, purify the blood, and boost immunity.

Its health benefits are due to its nourishing elements like vitamin C, …

5 Breakfast Foods Everyone Should Know: Fight Fatigue, Boost Metabolism, Lower Inflammation

“Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a pauper.”

It turns out that this old saying indeed makes sense. Recent studies show that people who make breakfast their largest meal are less likely to be overweight or sick compared to people who eat their largest meal at lunch or dinner.

“Meal timing may affect health due to its impact on the body’s internal clock,” noted Marie-Pierre St-Onge, Ph.D., writing group chair and an associate professor of nutritional medicine at Columbia University. She also added that planning meals and snacks be extremely helpful when it comes to  preventing emotional eating: “Many people find that emotions can trigger eating episodes when they are not hungry, which often leads to eating too many calories from foods that have low nutritional value.”

It is important to start the day with nutritious food that will boost your energy levels and help you get through the day.  Eating healthy right upon waking up will also help you make healthier …

The Truth About Cast Iron Pans: 10 Facts That You Must Know

If you have heard that cast-iron skillet boosts the absorption of iron in the body, you should know that it is not an old wives’ tale. Apparently, cast iron cooking offers numerous health benefits, and we give you 10 good reasons to buy such a skillet and start using it:
It supplies the body with Iron Cast iron cookware is the one type that offers nutritional benefits, as it releases a small iron amount every time you cook in it. This will boost the iron levels in your body, especially while cooking overly acid foods.

It is toxin- free. Cooking in this way is completely safe, while most non-stick pans release toxins every time you cook in them and they get scratched.

Can be used on your stove top, oven, or charcoal grill.
You can use it in the oven, on the charcoal grill, or on the stove top, since it can withstand different heating levels, and the high temperature won’t damage its shape.

It’s non- stick. These skillets are naturally non-stick, since the oils of the food previo…

10 Reasons You Should Put Tea Tree Oil On Your Skin Right Now

Native to Australia, tee tree oil has become one of the most studies oils ever. This, of course, is due to its numerous uses and benefits.

The University of Sydney claims that even Native Aborigines knew about its healing properties and its effectiveness in treating various skin conditions.

Today, tea tree oil is included in many skin products, such as anti-acne creams, massage oils, skin creams, and lotions. It does not cause any side effect and is safe to use. However, if you have a sensitive skin, you should dilute it first.

10 Reasons You Should Put Tea Tree Oil on Your Skin Right Now
1. AcneTea tree oil has strong antibacterial and antifungal properties that can reduce inflammation responsible for swelling on the skin.

The Department of Dermatology at Camperdown claims that 5% tea-tree and 5% benzoyl peroxide had a great effect in treating the patients’ acne.

According to a study conducted by researchers at the Skin Diseases and Leishmaniasis Research Center at Iran’s Isfahan Universi…