Chef B’s food4thought Blog

Meet the Herbs in Your Meals

  readynutrition.com Herbs and spices are not only essential to great tasting dishes, they are also a whole new dimension of nutrition and biochemistry.  Herbs are sources of vitamins and minerals, but their active ingredients, called secondary metabolites, have been known and used for millenia. In this

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Vitamin K. Quick Overview

Vitamin K is best known as the substance most responsible for blood coagulation. The letter, “K,” derives from its German name, Koagulationsvitamin, which signifies its ability to help blood clot or coagulate. Boring…… I mean, while it is a very important function in the body, we have

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Extraordinary vitamin E

The following blog contains info that may ultimately save you or a loved ones life, or help them manage a condition. Knowledge is power, and vitamin E is a powerhouse. When you think vitamin E, think fat. Not the kind of fat that you WANT to lose,

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Vitamin D. Micro to Macro

When I first began learning about nutrition, just the real basics, I noticed how my food decisions naturally began to correct themselves as I remembered little tidbits at first, then just kept slowly building on that knowledge. Read through this basic but thorough review of vitamin D

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Eat well, but be cool, too

Non-communicable disease and loss of general well-being are linked directly to our choices of diet, lifestyle, communication methods, as well as, although not always as voluntary, our mental processes. The very nature of my education in this program revolves around holistic thinking, and zeroing in on one

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Vitamin C – Beyond the OJ

Vitamin C has become so identified with orange juice and the prevention of the common cold, that 98% of the people I have consulted did not know that it actually has other critical roles to play, or that there were vegetables that were better sources than an

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