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Saturday’s Food For Thought: Chia Seeds

Chia Seeds is on Saturday’s Food For Thought! Happy beautiful weekend to you all!!   Saturday’s Food For Thought: Chia Seeds Benefits & Facts: Chia seeds are among one of the healthiest foods to eat. These seeds are loaded with super nutrients that benefit your body.   Chia seeds grow in South America, and derive from the plant Salvia Hispanica. Chia seeds date back to the Aztecs and Mayans who would use chia seeds in cooking, and ancient ritual.  Just one ounce of chia seeds provide an abundance of nutrients.… Read more Saturday’s Food For Thought: Chia Seeds

Saturday’s Food For Thought: Blueberries

Happy weekend to you all!  What are your weekend plans??  I am staying in tonight and watching a movie with my boyfriend.  Oh did I mention I will be making… Read more Saturday’s Food For Thought: Blueberries

Saturday’s Food For Thought: Lavender

Today I came across a beautiful recipe that I must share. From one of the fellow bloggers I met, check out Sabine’s recipe: http://mamangerie.com/2014/03/26/pear-and-lavender-tart/   When I came across her wonderful recipe it made me think a few things. Lavender is really a new craze. My family owns a lavender company called Friends Of The Earth Lavender, you might have seen our blog at http://www.friendsoftheearthlavender.wordpress.com or came across our Etsy Shop at: https://www.etsy.com/shop/FRIENDSOFTHEEARTHLAV We are a unique family owned business that not only plants our very own flowers, but we distill our… Read more Saturday’s Food For Thought: Lavender

Greek Food For Thought: Greek Yogurt

1 cup of Greek yogurt can deliver as much protein as eating meat. Greek yogurt has double the protein then most regular yogurts.  Grab yourself a Greek yogurt today and enjoy the health benefits it offers.  🙂

Mango: Saturday’s Food For Thought

Happy Saturday!! Saturday’s Food For Thought: Mangoes Mango Facts   Mangoes are one of the richest sources of vitamin A and vitamin C and minerals namely potassium, calcium and phosphorus.  Oval in shape and around five inches long, mangoes are heavy because of the single, large seed or stone in the middle. Mangoes were first cultivated in India several centuries ago. Most mangoes consumed in the U.S. are produced in Mexico, Ecuador, Peru, Brazil, Guatemala, and Haiti. Besides having more than 20 different vitamins and minerals, mangos contain flavonoids like betacarotene,… Read more Mango: Saturday’s Food For Thought

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