Does Mother Know Best? The Benefits Of Apple Cider Vinegar…

7,000 years old and still going strong! No not me, but Apple Cider Vinegar, often called ACV or even NACV for the completely NATURAL organic form. We’re looking at Cider vinegar today as part of our series here at Natural Detox Blog on fermented foods. So yes it is true that ACV is rich in potassium and has trace amounts of other minerals it is not the rather small content of apple pectin and minerals that stands out. In factSee More… Does Mother Know Best? The Benefits Of Apple Cider Vinegar…

Health Benefits Of Pears – Are Pears a Superfood?

No question, munching a juicy pear on a hot day is refreshing but here at naturaldetoxblog we're pretty focused on superfoods and the question today is about the pear that we find in our gardens and shops – is it a superfood and what are the health benefits of pears? A quick look at the composition of the pear gives us this data Looking at these numbers and seeing very little of importance reminded me of my  post on AppleSee More… Health Benefits Of Pears – Are Pears a Superfood?

Detoxing Your Body

Detoxing is a natural and normal activity of the liver and of other organs and systems in the body. This means that when we wish to detoxify our body we need to take a look at how the body detoxes naturally and then do what we can to assist that process. Some people think because we detox naturally we don’t need to do any detoxing ourselves. This is like saying that because we eat naturally that we don’t need toSee More… Detoxing Your Body

Millet Seed is Food for Birds, Right?

Many birds including these divine Peach Faced Lovebirds love their Millet seed but so do elite diners all over the World. Michelin star chefs are now finding more and more ways to cook and serve this ancient but now aspirational grain to their clientele. Move Over Polly Yes it's "Pass the Millet" time because it is simply too good to let the Lovebirds and Budgies have all the good food. So let's look at what Millet has to recommend itSee More… Millet Seed is Food for Birds, Right?