We all know that there are a million ways to use duct tape–fix a broken chair, fix a hole in your pants or hold up your car window. Well, like duct tape, these foods can do much more things than their main purpose, however, they may not fix that hole in your pants.
Apple Cider Vinegar
Prepare yourself for how many things vinegar is capable of.For starters, it can balance your body’s pH balance. Why is this important?Well, if your pH gets too low, or you have higher acidic levels) you will experience a lack of energy and you’re more prone to infection. It can detoxify your liver, help break up mucus membranes throughout your body and helps cleanse your lymph nodes. It’s even been known to decrease the amount of abdominal fat and waist circumference when taken daily. But wait!! There’s more! Apple Cider Vinegar is known to help cure allergies with its ability to reduce mucus and sinus congestion and help treat pimples.
And when you're done using AppleCider Vinegar for health benefits you can use it for home improvement: it canbe used as a weed killer, an ant deterrent and a glass cleaner!
This age-old breakfast favorite turns out to be more than just a companion to bacon. Eggs are the highest source of choline, which is critical to brain function and memory and is linked to helping to prevent Alzheimer's disease. They’re also high in the powerful antioxidants, lutein, and zeaxanthin, that increase your eye health. Not only that, but eggs are the highest quality source of protein and can be made in hundreds of ways (scrambled, poached, hardboiled, fried, etc.) and used in almost any recipe.
The many health benefits of coconuts are becoming well known and range from weight management to using coconut water as a natural sport drink. You can substitute coconut oil for butter, vegetable oil or lard in any recipe to give it a healthy kick. It can also moisturize skin and make hair feel softer, and smell amazing!
This iconic fall time produce isn’t just for carving jack-o-lanterns anymore. This nutrient-packed food can be added to soup, cake or even eaten as a snack! Pumpkins are packed with beta-carotene, an antioxidant that helps to rejuvenate the skin, making you look ravishing. It also contains a healthy amount of potassium, which helps lower blood pressure and maintains healthy bones.