If you had an overly busy week, did not sleep the best and felt some stress, then miso soup is a very good thing to make and eat.
That is what I did!
Miso 101: It is delicious and very nutritious. Ancient wisdom and scientific facts agree on the numerous health benefits of eating miso.
Miso Soup 101: Add wakame seaweed, maitake mushrooms and your favorite vegetables and you have a magic formula for a healthy healing soup. It will likely make your belly, body and mind feel better.
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1 medium size rutabaga or golden beet, cut in ¾ inch pieces
1 large carrot, rolled cut in ¾ inch pieces
1 medium size daikon, rolled cut in ¾ pieces
1 large Yukon Gold potato, cut in ¾ inch pieces
1 tablespoon rosemary
1 ½ cup water
2 tablespoon tamari
1 medium size onion, cubed in ½ inch pieces
1/8 teaspoon sea salt
2 teaspoons olive oil
1 tablespoon kudzu
1 tablespoon Dijon mustard
2 teaspoon parsley, minced
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We offer a range of water filtration products that provide solutions to the water quality issues that plague Americans and people all over the world. Some people may have to treat their water to meet basic standards for safe consumption, while others may be interested in improving the aesthetic of their water so that it smells and tastes more pleasant.
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Fruit and fruit juice digests very quickly and are best eaten 2 hours after a meal or 30 minutes before. The morning is an excellent time to eat your fruit. Enjoy eating a single whole fresh fruit or make a seasonal fresh salad. Choose a variety of colors and textures of what is fresh at the farmer’s markets and in your garden.
Grains, grain products, bean dishes, and vegetables take longer to digest and provide longer sustaining energy and combine easily.
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The Environmental Working Group has confirmed the presence of the toxic fluorinated compounds known as PFAS at almost 100 new sites. As of July 2019, at least 712 sites in 49 states are known to be contaminated.
Many of the new PFAS detections, obtained by EWG through searching an Air Force database, reported PFAS levels greater than 100,000 parts per trillion.
The new detections have been added to an interactive map developed by EWG and the Social Science Environmental Read more...