Shrimp is the most consumed seafood in the United States. In fact, 25% of all seafood we buy in America, is shrimp. It’s tasty and most people consider is healthy. But what most consumers don’t know is that they are mostly likely eating farm raised shrimp that has been proven to be unhealthy and toxic.
The first time I ever heard of argan oil was when I asked a African women (whom had the most flawless skin I have ever seen) what her secret was. Her reply was that she applied argan oil to her entire body daily immediately after exiting the shower. Since then, I have noticed more and more people also discovered argon oil as I started to see it appear in stores and products with greater frequency.
Flaxseeds are a rich source of micronutrients, dietary fiber, manganese, vitamin B1, and the essential fatty acid omega-3. Compelling evidence suggests it may help reduce your risk of heart disease, cancer, stroke, and diabetes. Some call it one of the “most powerful plant foods on the planet”.
Intermittent fasting is an eating schedule where you rotate between periods of eating and fasting. Did you know that intermittent fasting is perhaps the best thing you could do for your health? Fasting puts your body into repair mode at the cellular level and can regenerate your entire immune system.
The combination ofhas many incredible health benefits such as detoxifying the body, boosting the immune system, preventing cancer, balancing pH levels, helping with digestion and more.
I remember, as a kid, the sound of the meter-man coming to read out utility meter. He had a huge key chain on his waste with what looked like 100’s of keys. You could hear it jingle from down the block. I particularly remember the meter-man because my dog Benji (who was the sweetest people dog ever) would turn crazy and wild to get the meter-man (my dad said Benji was maced by a meter-man as a puppy and desperately wanted revenge).