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Ayurveda has always been revered in India. The doctors, known as Vaids, have demonstrated an uncanny knack of being able to dispense both cures and treatments with natural herbs and medicines that are both effective as well as suitable for the patient. I Say Organic decided to take a look at what one should eat,...

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In these stress-filled times, gardening is a great hobby that also helps you give back and put some important green back into the world. Organic gardening helps you impart important info about eating healthy, the dangers of chemicals, the relationship between food, farming and their appetites, as well as lifelong...

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Books change our lives, our minds, our ideas and our futures – for the better. While you might already be considering going organic or being more aware of what food you’re eating and where it comes from, knowledge helps you make better decisions. Here are seven books that I Say Organic loves and recommends,...

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Who doesn’t love a sprig of refreshing mint in their tea or salad? Especially when it’s fresh, organic mint is a treat for the senses. And you can make sure it’s organic by growing it at home.   What conditions does it need? Mint plants are perennial herbs; they grow all year through. They grow in direct and...

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Soup For Summers

Posted in Anna Steele, Recipes we love by  •  June 20, 2016

This raw vegan soup is very simple to make with minimal clean-up and they are very easy to digest. You can also add your favourite herbs and spices to the mix  and once you feel confident with the method start adding other water rich veggies such as cucumber, celery etc bringing more and more nutrients. Because...

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Top 5 types of Millets

Posted in More than cooking by  •  June 15, 2016

One of the oldest foods known to mankind, millets were the first cereal grains that were consumed by human beings. Cultivated in East Asia as many as 10,000 years ago, this drought-resistant grain, in prehistoric times, was more widely eaten than even rice, particularly in what is now China and the Korean...

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Haven’t we all said it at some point or another? “It’s too hot to eat!” We thought it was just us or the tropical India weather but it’s actually science. Studies conducted in animal models and military settings have shown that the Thermal Neutral Zone, or TNZ, an ideal range of temperatures in which the...

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“Good health takes work and daily upkeep.” Balderdash. It takes literally five minutes a day, by incorporating any and all of the following organic foods in your diet. You just need to make substitutions or start tiny little habits, and within a short while, you’ll be feeling better and more...

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The bloodstream is our own inner river of life! Which like any other watery body can become clogged and polluted. We can become informed of actions we can take and lifestyle choices we make to keep our blood strong clean and vital throughout our life. We need also to recognize what contributes to causing...

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Juice cleanse. Doesn’t that phrase seem familiar? From stars to nutrition experts to talk shows and diet books, the juice cleanse is a hot food fad right now. And a lot of these cleanses recommend cold-pressed juices. Which leads us to the question, what are cold-pressed juices and are they really that good for...

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