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Red Jasmine Rice

Red Jasmine Rice (Khao Deng variety) is an ancient whole grain rice that is as nutritionally charged as it is colorful. Its crunchy texture and earthy flavored paired with a cocktail of essential proteins and minerals, making it an all-around sustainable choice! It is a rare grain that is found in Surin province, Thailand.

Mediterranean Diet

An European study published in the New England Journal of Medicine in 2003 followed more than 22,000 people living in Greece and investigated their eating habits. During the 4 years of the study, researchers found that the closer people followed the so called "Mediterranean diet", the less likely they were to die from either heart disease or cancer.

The Benefits Of Dietary Supplements

Over half of all adult Americans view dietary supplements positively -- according to a recent survey -- and would continue to take them even if their doctor advised them to stop. Articles describing new and exciting research results appear regularly in the media.

Health Benefits Of Limes

This sour citrus fruit can do what many specialist medicines cannot. Lime, bearing the scientific name Citrus Aurantifolia, is being used for ages for treatment of various ailments.


Experts say that a healthy diet incorporating a variety of so-called superfoods will help people maintain their weight, fight disease, and live longer.

Vegetables Are Good For You

Eating vegetables is an easy way to help a poor diet become healthier again. First of all, it is proven that vegetables contain a number of antioxidants that may help to stop certain cancers from forming in the body. These antioxidants like vitamin C also help the body to repair after long bouts of stress and illness and help to protect the body in the future. Tomatoes, for example, include lycopene which can even help to protect your eyes from sight problems.

Avocado, tomato, cucumber salad

The Avocado, a superfood

Research has found that certain nutrients are absorbed better when eaten with avocado. In one study, when participants ate a salad containing avocados, they absorbed five times the amount of carotenoids (a group of nutrients that includes lycopene and beta carotene) than those who didn't include avocados.

Baby potato-broccoli salad

Bean salad

Brussels sprouts with crisp pancetta

Buttered vegetable salad

Cantaloupe, blueberry salad

Colorful vegetable salad with baby beet

Confetti salad

Daikon sprouts, seaweed salad

Cantaloupe fruit salad

Fruit salad with lime

Raspberry, kiwi, blueberry salad

Strawberry fruit salad

Fruit salad with honey dressing

Grilled vegetable salad with mushrooms and broccoli

Grilled vegetables

Grilled veggie burger with corn

Julienned vegetable salad with wakame seaweed

Lentil soup with green onions

Lentil soup

Lentil stew

Pineapple, bananas, whole grains

Pine nuts salad

Almond, grain, tofu, veggie burger

Red cabbage, roasted brussels sprouts, pine nut salad

Rice, fruit and nut salad

Roasted vegetable salad

Roasted vegetables with red peppers

Roasted vegetable kabobs

Roasted vegetables with mushrooms

Spring salad

Spring vegetable salad

Strawberry, spinach salad with avocado and champagne vinaigrette

Summer fresh, chilled basil quinoa salad

Baby beets, avocado salad

Tofu, avocado salad

Vegetable dip

Vegetable noodles

Vegetarian taco salad

Wakame seaweed salad

Watermelon, cantaloupe salad

Wild seaweed salad

Spinach and strawberry salad

Natural Medicine

Orthomolecular Medicine, as conceptualized by double-Nobel Laureate Linus Pauling, aims to restore the optimum environment of the body by correcting imbalances or deficiencies based on individual biochemistry using substances natural to the body such as vitamins, minerals, amino acids, trace elements, and essential fatty acids.