Rate My ArticleJo’s Old-Fashioned Cranberry Sauce Put these wonderful cranberries into your daily or weekly diet. Among the benefits of eating raw cranberries: A powerful sauce that will compliment a good meal This is also a tasty digestive aid. The orange juice will help to keep your bowels moving. Cranberry sauce is a tasty snack. – Read More
Cranberries are a Healthy Medicine Cranberries are a Powerhouse of medicine and food value The Indians called cranberries “Bitter Fruit.”–they deserve a better reputation. Cranberries are low in calories. Cranberries will impart an interesting flavor to many dishes. Cranberries improve immune function and may prevent certain types of cancer–including breast cancer. Cranberries fight unary infections. – Read More
Jo’s “Rock-stompen” Coleslaw Coleslaw can be a powerful dish. Coleslaw is a natural health food–one of the best available. Coleslaw needn’t be a slurry of sweetened cabbage. This can be an interesting dish that is a meal unto itself–a hearty dish that is extremely versatile. Coleslaw can be a mighty snack food that can be – Read More
Raisins are a Wonderfully Healthy Snack Don’t discount those wonderful raisins as a valuable snack food. Raisins are a powerful food for powerful people with powerful minds. Those tiny raisins are a mighty giant in the health-food world Raisins are rich in iron, B vitamins, potassium, and a host of other nutrients, including lots of – Read More
Watermelon is a Wonderful Health Food We need more watermelon in our diet. For the hot days of summer watermelon will hydrate our bodies and provide many nutrients, including those precious trace elements that are so elusive in our daily diets. If you are active in sports, or working out in the sun—eat plenty of – Read More
Green beans are grown in the rich soil of the North East, South East and Midwestern United States. This soil is important to obtaining the proper nutrients.
Green beans are an important food that helps build strong bones.
Baked Carrots for Health and Fun. Carrots are the darling of most health coaches today. They are an ancient food that has helped keep civilizations alive during hard times.
The hard fighting Indian, Geronimo, ate squash.
School teachers, cops, office workers, bus drivers and construction workers need a quick pick-me-up between meals.