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Eat This Zesty Bone-Building Veggie In Season Now

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...uice of 1/2 lemon Sea salt and black pepper to taste Directions Preheat oven to 450 degrees F (230 degrees C). Slice radishes into halves (or quarters, if large). In a bowl, stir olive oil, rosemary, and garlic together; add radishes and toss to coat. Spread radishes on a baking sheet and sprinkle with sea salt and pepper. Roast in the oven for approximately 15 minutes, stirring every 5 minutes or so. Drizzle with lemon juice and serve hot or... Click to continue →

Top 5 Calcium-Rich Alkalizing Foods: Part 2

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...l. Eating plenty of Foundation Foods helps you recapture that peace of mind. So let’s get started with eating your way to younger bones! Bone-Building Broccoli Slaw pH-Balanced 4 Servings Ingredients 1 pound broccoli heads 6 radishes, quartered and thinly sliced 2 tablespoons cranberries 1/4 cup roughly chopped basil leaves (optional) 1/4 cup plain yogurt 1/4 cup tahini 3 tablespoons lemon juice 1 teaspoon sea salt (optional – adjust to... Click to continue →

5 Vital Bone-Building Nutrients In This Delicious Green Legume

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...ngs INGREDIENTS 12 ounces Romaine lettuce or your favorite mixed greens 1 small salmon filet, cooked and seasoned with lemon juice to taste 1 cup green beans, cooked (but preferably still crunchy), cut into 1-inch lengths 12 radishes, thinly sliced 1 1/2 medium avocados, cut in small pieces 1 tablespoon green olives, pitted and finely chopped 1 tablespoon fresh parsley, chopped Salt and pepper to taste INSTRUCTIONS Combine all ingredients in a... Click to continue →

Top 5 Bone-Building Tips For Spring

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...hese foods form the basis for the pH-balanced Save Our Bones diet. Asparagus Artichokes Beets (and beet greens) Peas Cherries Citrus fruits (these come into season in winter, but the season extends into early spring) Rhubarb Radishes Strawberries Lettuce Apricots Cantaloupe The Save Our Bones website is chock-full of recipes and bone-healthy food ideas, but if you’d like a compilation of over 200 creative pH-balanced recipes that are rich in... Click to continue →

Could This Silent Organ Malfunction Impair Your Bone-Building Efforts?

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...duction. One of the best ways to do this is to incorporate plenty of bile-promoting foods in your diet. The following foods are the best to achieve this goal, and they are also Foundation Foods in the Save Our Bones Program: Radishes Artichokes Lemons (juice) Celery There’s More You Can Do To Help Your Liver In addition to eating bile-promoting foods and being careful not to take in too many toxins from food and the environment, it’s important... Click to continue →

Need Motivation To Cook? These 10 Remarkable And Surprising Benefits Of Cooking Your Meals At Home Will Help

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...hope that these 10 benefits will inspire you. Let’s get started! 1. More Energy Frankly, I don’t know very many adults who couldn’t use more energy. When you prepare your own meals, you can choose energizing foods like kale, radishes, cabbage, and broccoli. And you’re in control of the food quality when you cook, so you can choose organic produce that won’t add to your body’s toxic load. 2. You’ll Consume Less Sodium In order to appeal to... Click to continue →

9 Easy Tricks To Drink More Water… And Nourish Your Bones

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...umber Lettuce – the Iceberg variety has the highest water content, but is lowest in nutrients; just mix some Iceberg lettuce in with your dark green varieties, such as spinach (which also contains has a lot of water). Celery Radishes Strawberries Broccoli Carrots Cantaloupe Bell peppers Cauliflower Tomatoes Star fruit (not a Foundation Food) 7. Have Plenty Of Soup If you love soup as much as I do, you’ll be glad to have another reason to have... Click to continue →

How A Round Winter Vegetable Can Build Your Bones

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...other delicious dishes. Today, I’ll share with you a creamy cabbage soup recipe that I hope you’ll love. The Impressive Nutritional Profile of Cabbage Cabbage is a member of the cruciferous family, which includes foods like radishes, broccoli, kale, and cauliflower. It’s an alkalizing Foundation Food in the Save Our Bones Program, and it’s featured in several recipes in the new Save Our Bones cookbook, Bone Appétit. That’s because cabbage... Click to continue →

Astaxanthin: A Superior Bone-Healthy Antioxidant

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...xanthin are acidifying, and they are: Shellfish (shrimp, lobster, crayfish, etc.) Krill Salmon These are the alkalizing fruits and vegetables that contain astaxanthin, albeit in fairly small amounts: Carrots Red bell peppers Radishes Tomatoes Mangoes Acai berries Guava Billberries These are the acidifying fruits that contain astaxanthin, also in small amounts: Plums Blueberries Unfortunately, it’s virtually impossible to obtain enough... Click to continue →

The 3 Foods That Eat Your Bones And What You Should Eat Instead

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...ct in use to this very day. According to Dr. William Lijinsky of the National Cancer Institute, “the concentration of nitrites in cured meats is much higher than in anything else.”2 Some vegetables, including spinach, beets, radishes, cabbage,and celery to name a few, contain nitrates, both naturally and due to the application of nitrogenous fertilizers. But thanks to the Vitamin C naturally present in vegetables, nitrosamine formation is... Click to continue →

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