Organic feed / enzymes

  • Sugar - The Good vs. the Bad

    Sugar is a carbohydrate. If it ends in “-ose”, then it is a sugar (for example, glucose or fructose), but there are different kinds of sugars. Sugar as we know it is usually created as a result of the processing of one of two types of plants: sugar beets or sugar cane. These plants are harvested, processed, and then refined to eventually resemble the white sugar we all know.  The problem however, is that the refinement of sugar removes all the beneficial nutrients, enzymes and other plant compounds that give naturally sweet foods their goodness. This sugar has absolutely no...

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  • Why Raw Apple Juice is Better than Pasteurized

    Apple juice is one of the most popular juices of all time, second only to orange juice (the drink used for Screwdrivers, Tequila Sunrises, and A LOT of smoothies!). Apple juice is great for babies, children, and adults, as it's a nice mild drink. When you think of apple juice, you no doubt picture the juice you buy in cartons on your supermarket store. But hold up! Did you ever think about what kind of juice you're buying? I'll tell you what kind of juice it is: pasteurized apple juice. "What does that mean?" you may ask. Pasteurization is a...

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  • Why Raw Organics are Part of a Healthy Diet

    Including large amounts of raw fruits, organic meats and fish, vegetables, nuts, seeds, sprouted grains, dairy, and eggs in a person’s diet helps them to feel healthier and more energized. But why? It’s because of the value of introducing raw organics into your diet. Raw foods refer to foods that are uncooked. Raw foods can be warm, but should not go above 118 degrees. Organic fruits and vegetables are grown free of harmful pesticides or chemicals. Organic meats are made from animals that were not given hormones. If you’re interested in feeling better, having more energy, and eating higher-quality foods,...

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