Toxic Metals and Mineral Balancing


Toxic Metals and Their effect on Mineral Loss by Veronica Worley Guest Expert in Rooted in Science I was asked recently to share my "expert" advice on toxic metals and their effects on the body and loss of minerals.  So I decided to write about it in more depth as I share the link to [...]

Broccoli- Superfood for Bone Health, and More


Broccoli- Superfood or Not? Broccoli’s reputation as one of the world’s most healthiest vegetable still rings true!  Broccoli is one of the most hated and yet the most well-loved vegetables in the nation. Nutritionists talk about it, presidents and other celebrities tell their experiences with it, but through it all, broccoli maintains the royal status [...]

Greens, Greens, Greens…Who Would Have Thought They Were This Important?


Greens, Greens, Greens...Who Would Have Thought They Were This Important? There’s a good reason why your parents always told you to eat your greens as a child.   It’s a simple fact:  Greens are the at the top of the list for important groups of foods that should be consumed daily.   Greens, especially the darker leaf [...]

Mineral Balancing to Get to the Root of Disease


What if I told you that there is one thing you can do to prevent and overcome disease, would you be interested?  Yes, eating right, exercising, sleeping...all that is HUGE, but there is one way that encompasses ALL aspects of health and disease.  AND in my own personal health history, and now my work with [...]

Love Your Heart With These 10 Foods Including Chocolate


Love Your Heart with These Foods, Including Chocolate One of the best ways you can improve heart health, and decrease your risk of heart disease, is to reduce, if not eliminate inflammation.  Inflammation is the #1 cause of health issues, weight gain, and degenerative disease, such as heart disease.  AND the SAD (Standard American Diet) [...]

Pumpkins, Pumpkins, and More Pumpkins


Pumpkins, Pumpkins, and More Pumpkins When most of us think of pumpkins, we think Jack-o-lanterns, and fall decorations. But pumpkins have a wide array of uses, including delicious ones! There are many different types of squashes available today…all sizes, shapes, and textures! All have edible, sweet, soft meat that range from pale yellow to brilliant, [...]

How to Cut Up a Pumpkin and Roast Seeds


How to Cut Up a Pumpkin and Roast Seeds Cooking a Pumpkin – Cooking a pumpkin and preparing its meat for recipes is fairly simple. Be sure to wash the outside of the pumpkin well with soap and water before you begin. Preheat oven to 350 degrees (or you may use the microwave).  Organic is best. [...]

Back-to-School – Exercise and Children


Exercise and Children The benefits of exercise for children and adults alike are enormous and contribute greatly to good health, sleep, mental and emotional outlook, and attitude.  Exercise is especially beneficial for children as they start a new school year, and are in class many hours a day.  Young bodies need to move more than [...]

Back-To-School Foods for helping your child have a healthy brain!


Nurturing the Brain with Food We all want our children to be healthy, intelligent, quick learner, and have good concentration in school.  Did you know that there are certain foods that increase brain health, memory, focus and concentration?  Yup!  It’s true.  I have given talks on this very subject.  But when it comes to our [...]

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