Wheatgrass

Full of oxygen-rich chlorophyll which promotes optimal cell function, wheatgrass juice is in fact one of the most nutritionally dense foods available today. Chlorophyll provides numerous health benefits to our body and is considered a major blood purifier, which is very beneficial for overall health.

A single ounce of wheatgrass juice contains the nutritional  equivalent of 2-1/2 pounds of dark green leafy vegetables, in terms of calcium, phosphorous, magnesium, sodium and potassium. It is also great protein source, supplying all eight of the essential amino acids (protein building blocks).

As a potent detoxifier and antibacterial agent, wheatgrass juice clears poisons from the body, enhances immune and liver function, promotes regular waste elimination and suppresses tumors.

Start with low dose (one ounce a day) so your system doesn't get shocked. Drink it fresh (once juiced it loses its nutrients), working up to 2 ounces per day.


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Vegetarian Tips
Buy an array of colorful fruits and vegetables as fresh as possible to get the full range of protective vitamins and minerals before they have chance to deteriorate. For this reason, as well as for economy, get into the habit of shopping and eating seasonally when fruits and vegetables are at their best and cheapest. More...

Portion Sizes
Research show that our food portions at home and restaurants have grown significantly in the past thirty years. With constant  food advertising and large portions all around us, it's never been more important to take full control and responsibility in  achieving and maintaining a healthy body weight.

Try to start with smaller portion, then take additional food, if required.

Take some time to enjoy your meal and company at the time and pay attention to the taste and texture of your food.

Listen to your body, it will give you signals for hunger and fullness if you listen carefully.

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