Posted by Emily on 5/29/2017
Nut milk is milk that is made from crushed nuts. It is non-dairy, and the core ingredients are nuts (such as almonds, cashew, hazelnuts, and macadamias), water and additional flavour if you would like. The liquid that comes from the crushed nuts is what is called nut milk and is extremely nutritious. It contains many vital nutrients including proteins, vitamins, minerals, natural fats and oils. The amount of fats and oil largely depends on the type of nuts used.
Posted by Emily on 5/22/2017
Magnesium is a crucial element that is required for the normal functioning of the body. The problem is that most of us may be suffering from magnesium deficiency and not even be aware of it.
Posted by Emily on 5/10/2017
Oil pulling is an act of swishing oil in the mouth for about 20 minutes with the purpose of improving oral health. It is an old remedy that is mostly used in Ayurvedic medicine and it uses natural substances to detoxify and clean teeth and gums and can even whiten teeth. It is also beneficial in fighting harmful bacteria in the gum, helping prevent diseases and cavities. The most common oils that are used are coconut, sesame, olive, palm or sunflower. Oil pulling which is also known as Gundusha or Kavala Graha started thousands of years ago in India and it was introduced in the United States by Doctor F. Karach in 1992 where he used it to the success of his medical practice. He claimed that it could cure a lot of illnesses ranging from digestive disorders and heart diseases to hormonal disturbances.