Oats are great for kids as they contain phosphorus, which is needed for brain and nerve development in children. Oats are also one of the best sources of silicon, a trace mineral that promotes the health of your bones and connective tissues. Hence, oats are great as an everyday breakfast or as a light meal. […]
Harvested by driving tomahawks into maple trees to extract a rich fluid which is then concentrated, maple syrup is one syrup you can count on for health benefits.
There are however different grades of maple syrup. The lower the grade, the more concentrated the minerals within. Hence, of grades A, B and C, Grade C maple syrups have the highest concentration of minerals.
Maple syrup is rich in manganese, which is needed to power up your body’s cells. Maple syrup also has anti-inflammation properties.
High in zinc, maple syrup can help improve your immunity, especially by supporting the thymus gland.
To make Stanley Burrough’s Master Cleanser lemonade, mix a glass of water (8-12 ounce), juice of half a lemon, half to a tablespoon of maple syrup and a pinch of cayenne.
 Collins, Elise Marie. An A-Z Guide to Healing Foods: A Shopper’s Companion. San Francisco, California: Conari Press, 2009. Print.
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