Category: Legumes

Boost your Immunity with Tomatoes

Tomatoes benefit the cardiovascular, nervous, glandular, and mus­culoskeletal immune centers. The tomato is some tomato. We eat it (along with the potato) more than any other vegetable (although technically it is a fruit). Like...

Boost your Immunity with Potatoes

Potatoes benefit the cardiovascular, nervous, and glandular immune centers. Potatoes have eyes; potatoes also have legs and they go the distance for you nutritionally. They make good immunity-boosting medicine. A potato or two, properly...

Boost your Immunity with Legumes

Legumes benefit the cardiovascular, glandular, and musculoskel­etal immune centers. “You can tell a lot about a fellow’s character by his way of eating jel­lybeans,” observed President Ronald Reagan. You can also tell a lot...

Boost your Immunity with Garlic

Garlic benefits the cardiovascular, glandular, and digestive/detoxi­fication immune centers. According to folklore, when Satan left the Garden of Eden, garlic sprang up from his left footprint and onion from his right. From Satan’s foot...

Boost your Immunity with Dark Leafy Greens

Dark leafy greens benefit nervous, digestive/detoxification, and musculoskeletal immune centers. Turn over a new leaf—a dark green one like one of the following eight healthiest dark leafy greens: dandelion, arugula, kale, collard greens, spinach,...

Boost your Immunity with Carrots

Carrots benefit the cardiovascular, glandular, and digestive/detox­ification immune centers. Carrot in front of your nose? Get it in your mouth, and your eyes will thank you. So will almost everything else below your line...