Archive November, 2013


Thanksgiving Turkey Soup

 Okay, you’ve made the big turkey sandwiches and heated it with leftover potatoes and gravy. Now you’re left with a turkey carcass that still has a fair amount of meat left on it. Here’s a hearty recipe we found on the Mayo clinic web site. As always, we tweaked it a little to fit Naturally Nourishing’s nutritional values, which is to keep […]

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Turkey Platter in the Raw

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More Mood-Food … Bananas!

  Bananas contain the important amino acid tryptophan and also vitamins A, B6 and C, fiber, potassium, phosphorous, iron and carbohydrate. Mood-boosting carbohydrates aid in the absorption of tryptophan in the brain, and vitamin B6 helps convert the tryptophan into the mood-lifting hormone serotonin. This helps to boost your mood and also aids in restful […]

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Homemade Coconut Oil Beauty Products

Many people who are very choosy about what they eat often forget that their skin is their largest organ, and what you put on your skin is absorbed into your body. Unfortunately, most conventional soaps, lotions, and other beauty products contain harsh chemicals and toxins. If you decide to replace some of the most often […]

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Top Home Remedies for Kidney Stones

Kidney stones form when high levels of chemicals such as uric acid, phosphorous, calcium and oxalic acid are found in urine. Other common causes of kidney stones are excessive consumption of Vitamin D, a mineral imbalance, dehydration, gout and improper diet. In respective of the size of the kidney stones, they can cause severe pain. Other symptoms of […]

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DIY Thanksgiving Decorations

Thanksgiving is one of the most celebrated American holidays because people of all religions can participate. It is also a time of savoring the beauty of the fall and the perfect reason to create warm and inviting décor for your home. You can start by making DIY Thanksgiving decorations for every nook in the house […]

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Garlic Roasted Cabbage Steaks

If you love cabbage, you are going to die when you taste how good this is. Now, if you are on the fence about cabbage, you need to try this because this might be the recipe that changes your mind and converts you into a cabbage lover. This is a simple side and couldn’t be easier to […]

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Cranberry Benefits (Recipe)

Only three fruits – the blueberry, the Concord grape and the cranberry (all power foods) – can trace their roots to North American soil.  The cranberry is versatile. They are commonly consumed during Thanksgiving and Christmas but can, and should, be used every day. Cranberries are a rich source of the flavonoid quercetin which can […]

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Best and Worst Foods For Too Much Mucus

Excess mucus can restrict transportation along the many pathways of the body, creating a feeding ground for viruses and pathogens. Bug the body enough and it’s going to react. The cold virus is a great example of a body being bugged—and boy, do you know it. A sore throat, puffy eyes, and lots of mucus […]

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Healthy Birthday Cake

That’s what I said,  Healthy birthday ‘cake’. Just like the one in the photo below. We found this on the internet and we have no idea who the clever person is who first thought of doing it, but we love this “cake!” Which fruits would you make yours with? Or if you’ve made one, send of […]

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