Posts Tagged ‘Gluten Free’

Recipe For Vegetarian and Gluten Free Potassium Protein-Rich Soup

January 13th, 2012

Nutrient-Rich Adzuki Bean Soup Is Entirely Gluten Free and Vegetarian. This is my own recipe for gluten-free vegetarian broth which I have found is an excellent sustaining food, being rich in protein and healthy carbohydrates.  It is a great protein food, and is an excellent source of  important minerals and vitamins.  It has just about the whole range - iron, potassium, iodine, magnesium, manganese, traces of the other minerals, depending on where the vegetables were grown, and where the kelp was sourced. It is also very high in Vitamins, especially beta-carotene, the essential ingredient which the body uses to make Vitamin ...

Olive Leaf Tea

November 22nd, 2010

Olive Leaf Benefits Health: The value of olive oil in treating gall bladder and liver disfunction and in strengthening the heart is discussed on several other posts on this site. Olive oil is well known as having value as a detoxifier of these organs  and as a laxative. Olive oil is a natural liver cleanser. But today, let's look at the benefits to the health in using olive leaves as an infusion and as a tea. Olive Leaf Is a Natural Antiseptic Olive leaves are a natural antiseptic. Leaves of the species olea europaea, from the Oleaceae family, can be infused in ...

How To Preserve Olives

November 22nd, 2010

Home Made Olives Olives are Gluten Free. These preserves are delicious, and very nutritious, being rich in antioxidants such as Vitamin E. All you really need to preserve your olives at home is plenty of salt and water. Brine made with water and salt, and just a dash of olive oil for the final part of the operation, will produce you delicious home made olives that will keep for a year at least. Here is one way to preserve olives: Olives are very bitter and inedible in their raw state. They need to be cured of this bitterness, and so we use salt ...

Help Teeth Regrow Reply to Becca’s Query

November 17th, 2010

Key Points of the Diet for Helping to Grow Tooth Enamel Hello Becca - I lost your comment somehow on my site - However, the answer, in a nutshell, has come to light, so here is the reply which I formerly had posted up for you. Your comments on any of this material are welcomed.  I make every attempt to answer questions where I am able. Thankyou to all my readers, especially to all those people who make valuable comments and provide us with new information. Have a great Christmas and New Year - regards, Merrilyn. 2010/11/12 at 11:45 pm | In reply to becca. Hi ...

Regrow Your Tooth Enamel

November 13th, 2010

The Key Points Of The Diet To Regrow Teeth: I have just had a comment from Becca who is attempting to improve her teeth with diet.  Here is a summary for Becca and for anyone else interested in working on diet to help the condition of the teeth. It takes a while to regrow tooth enamel, so you have to be prepared to follow the programme for at least 6 months.  My child's tooth enamel repaired itself after 9 months on such a programme. My friend who came for advice about her diseased gums recovered completely after only 3 months on the diet.  ...
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