#1: Organic Black Rice
This rice is low on the glycemic index, meaning that it is full of good carbohydrates that fuel the body instead of bogging it down. Enjoy ½ cup cooked rice with your meal.
#3: Hibiscus Tea
#5: Refreshing Summer Sips
- One ounce of cranberry juice diluted in about seven ounces of purified water is the boost your body has been waiting for. Cranberry juice is great for aiding pH balance, combats cellulite, assists blood cells, and supports the liver. What’s not to love?!
- Tart cherry juice resolves inflammation that causes arthritis and gout. It also contains phenolic compounds that prevent bone deterioration like bone spurs and calcification.
- Mint is a great digestive aid as well as a natural anti- parasitic. Toss a few leaves into your drink or blend into your smoothie (it’s absolutely perfect with frozen blueberries)!
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2 Tripathi, D., Dwivedi, M. M., Tripathi, D. K., & Chauhan, D. K. (2017). Silicon bioavailability in exocarp of Cucumis sativus Linn. 3 Biotech, 7(6). https://doi.org/10.1007/s13205-017-0960-x
Wonderful suggestions! I’ve never heard of black rice. I will look for it. I do love cucumbers and pineapple.
Hibiscus tea is so delicious. I drink it all the time in the summer, over ice with a little mint that grow wild in my garden.
I’m glad you mentioned something to help with yeast. It’s a big problem for me. I’m going to order that product you mentioned, I believe it is Y-C Cleanse.