Entries by Antonia


A science enthusiast with a keen interest in health nutrition, Antonia has been intensely researching various dieting routines for several years now, weighing their highs and their lows, to bring readers the most interesting info and news in the field. While she is very excited about a high raw diet, she likes to keep a fair and balanced approach towards non-raw methods of food preparation as well. (http://www.rawfoodhealthwatch.com/)

Are you missing these vital nutrients that contribute to health?

Ok, I have to be careful about my wording on this page. I used to provide this same recipe about a decade ago, but there was a problem with it. I used a phrase which was apparently a “trademarked phrase.”… 0 Shares |

Keeping the immune system strong with water kefir

I tried making sauerkraut, I really did. I will try another time in a mason jar, but so far the experience hasn’t been great. I am making fermented pickles this week if I don’t juice all the baby cukes first,… 0 Shares |

Eight essential carbohydrates and the chaga mushroom

We as humans don’t eat like we once did… (in general of course). You’re different right? I try to be. I eat seaweed and so do my kids for example. Eating seaweed (dulse) used to be weird to me until… 0 Shares |

Good breakfast recipes – quick raw nut and seed cereal

Nuts and seeds are a huge part of a typical raw fooder’s diet, probably a little too much in some cases. I try not to eat nuts too often myself but they are a good source of nutrients that I… 0 Shares |

Jenny McArthy autism story

Jenny McArthy bio Jenny McCarthy is a popular name in American mainstream media. A model, comedian, actress, TV show host, and former nude model, Jenny has managed to draw a lot of media attention and criticism during recent years, for… 0 Shares |

More than just fruit – how to make a smoothie with greens

Very easy to make using a blender, green smoothies have become a staple of healthy diets, whether raw, vegan, or otherwise. They are prepared by adding fresh green leafy vegetables, such as kale, spinach, collard Swiss chard, and wild greens… 0 Shares |

Health benefits of coconut

Coconut nutrition Delicious and rich in nutrients, coconut can be used to prepare a wide variety of ingredients, including coconut water, coconut butter, coconut milk, coconut oil, or coconut meat. Coconut products are commonly used to replace dairy in vegan… 0 Shares |

What causes blood clots and what are some symptoms?

It’s no news that working at a desk all day long is not good for health. It can cause muscle cramping, stiffness, tingling, joint pain, and leave you feeling drained. But many of us don’t think of blood clots as… 0 Shares |

6 million ways to open a coconut, choose one

You know how they say there are many ways to skin a cat? Well, there are probably more ways to open a coconut, and we probably shouldn’t be skinning cats anyway, let alone finding different ways of doing it. Coconuts… 0 Shares |