Category: Nutrition

What to Eat to Treat Allergies

Allergies affect the nervous, glandular, digestive/detoxification, and respiratory immune centers. If you’re sneezing and wheezing, put down the tissues and pick up your soup spoon or salad fork. A Caesar salad or cream of...

What to Eat to Treat Arthritis

Arthritis affects the nervous and musculoskeletal immune centers. Rheumatism and rain do not go together, despite the old wives’ tale. But super immunity foods and sore joints do. And you’re right as rain if...

Boost your Immunity with Whole Grains

Whole grains benefit the digestive/detoxification, musculoskeletal, and respiratory immune centers. The way we do anything is the way we do everything, yoga masters tell us. Just so. Take bread, for example: are you the...

Boost your Immunity with Soy Foods

Soy foods benefit the nervous, glandular, digestive/detoxification, and musculoskeletal immune centers. Outsourcing osteoporosis, obesity, and heart disease? Use your bean. Specifically, use your soybean. A lot of us are. Soy is the number two crop...

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 Squash

Squash benefits the cardiovascular, digestive/detoxification, and musculoskeletal immune centers. In Ayurvedic medicine, the squash is classified as a sattvic food, one that brings clarity and psychobiological well-being. Is it any won­der? There are more...

Boost your Immunity with Sea Vegetables

Sea vegetables benefit the cardiovascular, glandular, and musculo-skeletal immune centers. There’s more than fish in the sea to nourish us. Consider sea vegeta­bles. Historically, there is evidence that sea vegetables were on the menu...