Healty Living

Growing Potted Tomatoes

Tomatoes originally came from South America, where they had adapted to the humid and warm climate of the region. In fact, for a tomato to sprout from a seed to a fruit-bearing plant, over 100 days of full sun and heat are required. Unfortunately, this is bad news for aspiring tomato gardeners in most U.S. states.…

Making Your Own Fermented Vegetables (No Dairy or Whey Is Used)

“If the meal consists entirely of cooked foods, then a lacto-fermented condiment is a must.”-S.Fallon

Why you should eat fermented vegetables?

Shield the body against infection by accelerating the ability of the immune system.
Improve digestion and help break down proteins and carbohydrates, thus requiring less insulin in the process of digestion.

  • Providing excellent source of antioxidants.
  • Help in combating candida and other yeast overgrowth.
  • Helps maintain balanced flora along the digestive tract through a normal diet.
  • Increased bioavailability of vitamins and minerals.
  • Reduction of blood glucose levels.

10 Citrus Trees That Can be Grown In a Pot

You can have a sunnier winter if you decide to grow one of these bright citrus plants indoors during the winter season.

With a suitable soil, adequate nourishing, the proper pot, protection from the cold, and a sunny indoor window, any gardener will be able to grow citrus in a container year-round successfully. As a matter of fact, various citrus, as well as dwarf citrus species, bloom, fruit or flower during the cold months, joyfully cheering many up in a cold winter.…

It Is Pumpkin Season – How to Make Roasted Pumpkin Seeds

Roasted pumpkin seeds is one of the favorite fall traditions for a lot of family, and there are also a number of health benefits to eating pumpkin seeds. Some recent studies have shown that pumpkin seeds can help lower your risk of developing kidney problems and diabetes. They also have high levels of magnesium, zinc, phosphorus, and other important nutrients. Plus, they’re easy to make at home!

4 Reasons to Love Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is both delicious, and extremely beneficial to your health. It is a vinegar made from fermenting apple cider. The process begins with apples which are made into cider, and then the sugar from the apples is converted into alcohol by bacteria, and then the alcohol becomes vinegar.

The many benefits of apple cider vinegar have been studied by medical professionals and are well-documented in various studies that have been carried out. Some of the benefits that have been found include skin care, allergies, chronic fatigue syndrome, arthritis, diabetes, gout, the flu, heartburn, sore throats, and high cholesterol.…