Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Cherries and Resveratrol

Include black cherry juice in your diet for the resveratrol content. Resveratrol inhibits tumor growth and help in the formation of nerve cells, which may help in diseases such as Alzheimers and Parkinson. It protects muscle health by reducing muscle wasting associated with diabetes and cancer. Check with your doctor or health worker should you decide to supplement your resveratrol intake with capsules. Muscadine grapes have the highest concentration of resveratrol in nature because of the extra thick skins. Plants produce resveratrol to protect themselves from fungus, as well as other infections and disease. And that’s exactly why this same compound is so effective for humans. It helps prevent damage on a cellular level.

In the case of gout, cherries have been connected with reduced uric acid levels. They have also been noticed to decrease the frequency of gout attacks. Eating more cherries is a healthy way to support you against gout. Increased vitamin C may reduce uric acid levels. Eat more vegetables and fruits that are rich in vitamin C, especially guavas, which are rich in vitamin C. The extra vitamin C from these foods will help you against gout.

Thursday, July 6, 2017

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Some Amazing Centenarians

Here are more elderly and centenarians that will amaze you, with their health and vitality

Jeralean Talley(nee Kurtz)

Jeralean was an African American born in May 1899 in Montrose. She was one of eleven children. She spend her early years living on a farm picking cotton, peanuts and harvesting sweet potatoes. In 1935 she moved to Inkster and married Alfred Talley. She had one daughter. She had a long marriage of fifty two years. Her husband died at the age of ninety years. She lives with her daughter. Her secret to longevity is to stay active.  She bowled until she turned one hundred and four. In her later life she did sewing and bible study. She enjoys potato salad, honey buns.
Jiroeman Kimura

Jiroeman was born in Japan in April 1897. He died in June 2013 at the age of one hundred and sixteen years. Four of his siblings lived past ninety years. And his youngest brother lived to one hundred. He was born to a farming family in a fishing village, one of six children. After leaving school at fourteen he worked for the Post Office. He retired when he was sixty five and then worked as a farmer until he was ninety. He attributes his longevity with early rising, reading the papers and having a interest in world affair. He lived with his grandson’s widow and used to enjoy a breakfast of rice porridge and soup.

Sunday, July 2, 2017

Herbal Tea Containing Resveratrol

Mulberry Leaf Tea

Mulberry leaf tea has been used medicinally for thousands of years in China and India. This tea can be used to treat diabetes. One of the amazing abilities of mulberry leaf tea is that it has an ability to prevent sugars from entering your bloodstream. It can regulate your blood pressure. It also has the amazing ability to assist in weight loss. It contains resveratrol which has many health benefits. It also suppresses the progression of atherosclerosis. Mulberry leaf tea protects the body from cancer and keeps the liver and kidneys healthy. It strengthens the blood vessels. It also contains amino acids, which are essential for healthy living.

How to Make Mulberry Leaf Tea

Pick mature mulberry leaves, free of diseases.
Dry in sun for two days.
Tear leaves in half.
Place two teaspoons of dried mulberry leaves in cup.
Add boiling water. Cover.
Let stand for fifteen minutes.

Add honey if required.

Raspberry Tea

Raspberry tea is high in resveratrol, potassium, magnesium, iron and vitamin B, which assists in the treatment of nausea, insomnia, diarrhea, eye ailments, sore throat, mouth ulcers and to keep the prostate gland healthy. Potassium helps to keep the heart beat regular. This herbal tea has a high content of vitamin C. Gargle with an infusion of raspberry tea for preventing and treating gum disease. For the treatment of infertility, drink three or more cups daily.  This tea is beneficial for woman as it helps balance hormones. During pregnancy, it strengthens the uterus.

Making Raspberry Tea

Place one teaspoon of dried, chopped raspberry leaves in cup.
Fill with boiling water.
Cover the cup. Steep tea for five minutes
Remove cover and strain tea into another cup.

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Strawberry and Kiwi Salad

Research has shown that resveratrol may have longevity benefits as well as health benefits


They are a good source of vitamin C and folic acid, as well as potassium, which supports a healthy heart.  A high intake of potassium reduces the risk of a stroke. The potassium, vitamin K and magnesium in strawberries also promote bone health. Strawberries contain antioxidants that fight free radicals, which have been linked to degenerative diseases such as cancer. These berries also have anti-aging properties and biotin, which help in building strong hair and nails. Ellagic acid in strawberries, protect the elasticity of our skin.
Antioxidants prevent the build-up of cholesterol, which can clog your arteries.  Anti-inflammation properties are good for the heart, and arthritis.

Strawberry and Kiwi Salad
2 oranges, peeled and sliced across the sections
2 cups strawberries, sliced
2 large kiwi fruit, peeled and sliced
1 small banana, peeled and sliced
2 tablespoon raisins
On small platter make a bed of orange wheels.
In a large bowl, combine strawberries, kiwi fruit, and bananas. Add raisins.
Mix gently and place on oranges. Make Fruit Dip and pour it over salad.

Fruit Dip
Puree in blender or food processor.
1 banana and a cup of strawberries
Serve on fruit salad.

Strawberry Shake
1 cup fresh milk
2 frozen bananas
6 fresh or frozen strawberries.
Place milk and fruit in blender. Blend until thick and creamy.

Friday, June 9, 2017

Health and Wellness

  • Health and Wellness contains the benefits of fruit veggies and herbal teas.
  • There are lovely smoothie and fresh juice recipes for the whole family.
  • As well as an interesting section on folk remedies
  • HIV Symptoms
  • Infertility

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Recipes With Strawberries

Strawberry Dessert
Strawberries contain resveratrol, which research has shown to contain many health benefits. Include them into your diet whenever you can.
250g hulled strawberries
2 tablespoons icing sugar
1 cup cream
Mash the strawberries with the icing sugar until soft and pulpy. Whip the cream until soft peaks form. Stir the cream into the fruit mixture. Taste and add a little extra fruit if desired. Place into glasses and chill. Serve with wafers.
You may use any fruit for this dessert, however using half strawberries and raspberries gives you the health benefits of resveratrol.

Strawberry or Raspberry Jam
1,5kg of either strawberries or raspberries (hulled)
1,25 kg sugar
1/3 cup lemon juice
Preheat the oven to 140C or 275F
Place the sugar in an ovenproof dish and warm for ten minutes. Place clean jam jars in the oven to warm also. Put a saucer into the freezer to chill.
Place the strawberries, lemon juice, warm sugar and a half cup of water into a large saucepan. Stir over low heat until the sugar had dissolved. Increase the heat and simmer gently for twenty minutes, stirring frequently, and skim off any scum that rises to the surface.
Remove from the heat. Drop one teaspoon of jam on the chilled saucer and return to the freezer for a minute. If the jam forms a skin and wrinkles when pushed with a fingertip, it has reached setting point. Remove from the heat and let stand for fifteen minutes before bottling.

Spoon the jam into the warmed jars and allow to cool. Seal, label and date the jars and store in a cool place.