There are trillions of healthy and unhealthy bacteria that compete in your digestive tract—known as your microbiome—and when the bad bacteria outweigh the good, you guessed it, bloating. Plus, many other problems.We are just beginning to understand this delicate balance and how vital our microbiome is to overall health and especially digestive health. However, there are some things you can do right now to ensure you have enough good bacteria to balance out the bad.
Beets occupy a unique space in the average American’s diet. Their deep, rich purple-red color makes them recognizable to all. However, most people seem confused by what to do with them and thus ignore them and their amazing health benefits in favor of more common, less confusing vegetables.
Berry Smoothie: Toss it all in a blender and mix well. Garnish with whole berries and mint leaf. Pour into a mason jar because those seem to be the in thing at the moment and they are kind of retro cool.
This is a healthier take on the Kool-Aid popsicles we used to make as kids. It’s really simple and a fun family project. Mix Júce with water, pour into molds, add fruit to molds (if that option sounded pretty good), add popsicle sticks to your molds and place in the freezer. Leave until frozen through.
Blend this totally made up on the spot recipe that sounds kinda tasty until smooth. Pour into a tall glass—I prefer Luigi Bormiola, Italian crystal glasses myself—and drink until the cows come home. Maybe drink it up before they come home because they may want some too.
Healthy soils provide the essential nutrients necessary to produce healthy crops that nourish and heal. Organic farms sustain and maintain the quality of the ecosystem as compared to conventional farming that depletes the soil. From day one, we've dedicated ourselves to using only certified organic ingredients, harvested from organic farmlands across the country.