White fruits and vegetables If you’ve never really thought carefully about “pale” fruits and vegetables, you’re not alone. The brighter colors of the rainbow tend to get all the publicity, but the variety of produce that falls into the pale or white category is pretty expansive: Bananas (after you peel them), cauliflower, garlic, mushrooms, onions, parsnips, potatoes, shallots, turnips, white corn, white peaches and more. The term “pale” may be why they don’t get a lot of acknowledgement, but they do have a few other issues. Some aren’t just pale, they can be considered downright ugly. Think about it: Have...
Yellow fruits and vegetables Yellow fruits and vegetables house phytochemicals, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals that can combat against skin problems. Yellow foods are particularly beneficial for your gastrointestinal tract, digestion, and the gut microbiome. Like red and orange foods, yellow edible plants contain antioxidants, but that’s not all. They actually contain specific substances that act on your digestive tract that processes all your food and beverages. This long tube that runs from your mouth to your anus doesn’t just excrete foul-smelling brown dumplings of water and minced food. These dumplings actually contain a bunch of other stuff that your body needs to rid itself of too: fats, cholesterol, minerals,...
“SOUR POWER” THE NAKED TRUTH ABOUT ACETIC ACID: First, WTH is Acetic Acid and what does it have to do with your food? It’s the acid that’s responsible for the vinegar-y twang in… vinegar, vinaigrette dressings, vinegar chips, balsamic, kombucha, or any probiotic beverage, cheese and pickled vegetables/food. And CRAZY ENOUGH this acid is good for you, too.
So let’s get an early start on this. Is breakfast the most important meal of the day? NOPE… Water is? It’s a great idea for you to drink cold water as soon as wake because it has been proven to give your body more energy throughout the day and allows for your body temperature to regulate and burn fuel… this means you will burn fat!