Beta-Carotene: An antioxidant that fights free radicals. 50% of Vitamin A in a typical diet is provided by beta-carotene. Maintains healthy skin, and vital role in eye health. When consuming the necessary levels, you can lower risk for coronary artery disease, stroke, macular degeneration, and other age related diseases. Men Dose: 3,000 IU Female Dose: 2,310. Supplements are not recommended. Foods: carrots, yams, spinach & Kale. ( 1 c raw carrots has 9,135 mg of beta carotene)
Originally from the Mediterranean region, Cumin has been held in high esteem since Biblical times. The Egyptians included it in a remedy for headaches, along with Juniper and Frankincense and it was highly regarded in Britain too. During the Middle Ages it was used as currency, as subjects of feudal lords paid with Cumin in lieu of service! Check out our Cumin Essential Oil: http://penny-price.com/shop/cumin-essential-oil/
Raw cashews - A lot of soup and sauce recipes call for wheat flour as a thickening agent. Just substitute some cashews blended with water and you’ll not only thicken the soup or sauce, but you’ll also add a dose of protein and healthy fats.