As we fully embrace our Bozeman summer fun there are a couple of ways we can really spice up our diets for some amazing health benefits and also for some wonderful gustatory experiences too. Spices have been used throughout history for making food taste good and also for many health benefits. Learning to use spices and incorporating them into your cooking and your diet can be very beneficial for yours and your families health and can also help you to reduce the need for premade or prepackaged food that contain many artificial flavors and processed chemicals that are used to make food taste good but have health consequences associated with them like trans fats, MSG, high fructose corn syrup, preservatives, and excess sodium.
There is a lot of truth in the old saying “an apple a day keeps the doctor away”. For a tasty and tangy twist try a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar a day. Raw, unfiltered apple cider vinegar is a powerful healing elixir that has been used for thousands of years to fight disease and maintain good health.
Learning to eat like a caveman may sound crazy but it can offer some significant and very beneficial changes to your health. Our ancestors did not have access to fast food restaurants or grocery stores with prepackaged foods. They ate much differently than many of us do today, sustaining themselves mostly on meats, vegetables and fruits. And yes, despite not having sandwich bread and noodles they found a way to survive.
We have all heard that old saying, “an apple a day keeps the doctor away”. Nothing justifies that old saying better than apple cider vinegar. The vinegar, made from fresh fermented apples, contains a host of beneficial vitamins and minerals. As well, raw unfiltered apple cider vinegar contains the “mother”, a special substance that is made up living nutrients and enzymes that help your body maintain good health.
Could the rumors be true?? Is chocolate actually healthy for you?? Yes, the truth is chocolate has a lot of health benefits. Hold on though, don’t run out and grab that candy bar before you finish reading. Chocolate is a very healthy food, but there are certain things we must consider when choosing the type and amount of chocolate we eat.