June 25, 2011



Chakra means Wheel in Sanskrit.
Consciousness and energy move from one
frequency to another in spiraling fashion.

The body has energy centers that look like
spinning wheels and are called Chakras.
They allow energy to flow from
one part of the body to another.

As with all things in our reality,
they are linked to sound, light and color.

To heal, is to bring the chakras into alignment and balance

then understand the nature of creation and your purpose in it.

It's all in motion in the alchemy of time.


The Flow of Energy

June 22, 2011

BAMBOO and 3 Simple Life Lessons

Bamboo & You:

Three Simple Solutions to Any Life Problem

Lessons from Bamboo..

I believe all of nature speaks loudly the lessons we most need to know, but the unique attributes of beautiful Bamboo resonate especially clear the life lessons we most need to hear to live a happy life.
Widely know as a symbol of good luck, a Bamboo plant with “three stalks is considered good for happiness, five for health, two for love, eight for wealth, nine stalks for overall goodness and prosperity in the owner’s life.” Not so widely known is the fact Bamboo is one of the strongest and fastest growing plants on Earth. Bamboo is used in a wide variety of venues such as; food, medicine, construction, paper, fabric, furniture and even music. Want to get solutions to your problems? 

Be like Bamboo and live a happy life. Here’s why…

1. Be Open to Be Strong

Don’t let the hollow tubing in Bamboo deceive you.
What you think may appear weak, is actually strong.
The open cylinders characteristic of bamboo are solid vehicles to transport water
in irrigation systems, surviving tough winters and the hottest of summers.
To receive a new of thinking, being, and doing, we have to be open to receive
like the hollow channels characteristic in bamboo.
Only when we are open to receive, can we be a channel to transport wisdom,
knowledge and love. In the the openness of bamboo, there is also strength.

2. Be Flexible in Storms

Bamboo is often the only thing left in tact even after the highest winds of a typhoon.
The tall stalks move with the wind, not against it. The bamboo trunk will sway
and bend with the wind, while its roots remain firmly rooted in the ground.
It bends, but does not break.
When storms come towards you in life, and they always will,
lean with the process, not against it.
“What can I learn from this problem, discomfort or difficultly?”
There is always something good which can come out of something bad
if we stay firmly rooted in the solid values which give purpose to our unique existence.



3. Be an Instrument of Healing

While the Bamboo flute is known to make some of the most lovely music, it is rarely recognized for its medicinal properties in healing the ills of the body or mind. Bamboo as a medicine “is especially used for the disorder of hot phlegm that coatsor obstructs the “orifices of the heart,” affecting the brain functions.Thus, it is used for epilepsy, fainting and loss of consciousness in feverish diseases,and a variety of mental disorders.”
Unsuspecting, Bamboo is a source for successful solutions to a wide variety of problems and needs.
There is no part of the Bamboo which is wasted, it is all good.

“The bamboo in its simplicity expresses its usefulness. Man should do the same.”
Aikido master Kensho Furuya

Deb Scott, BA, CPC
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June 20, 2011

The Lost Journals of Nikola Tesla

Miguel Ruiz - The mastery of love 1/2

Miguel Ruiz - The mastery of love 2/2

Introduction to Emotional Freedom Technique EFT with Gary Craig

Gary Craig, Retired Founder of the Emotional Freedom Technique presents
this Introduction to EFT Video. Discover the potential of this amazing healing method.

June 18, 2011

40+ Free Online Human Anatomy Galleries

Anatomy links and resources..

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40+ Free Online Human Anatomy Galleries

The Internet offers us a chance to look at just about anything. Information about the human body can be seen online, providing health care workers and others a chance to see how our bodies work. If you want to see some interesting images, you can browse these online human anatomy galleries:

General and Developmental Anatomy

These sites offer you the chance to see images from different systems. Helpful information on the whole body. Includes information on the way the body develops.

  1. Anatomy Image Gallery: Access a number of great images related to human anatomy. Interesting CGI images that can help you see the body.

  2. AnatomyCorner: Features different images and galleries related to human anatomy, as well as other animals. Interesting to compare to humans to other creatures.

  3. Anatomy: This gallery from eMedicineHealth offers a look at different parts of the body, from ears to fingers. Great illustrations and interesting images.

  4. Anatomy Atlas Gallery: Searchable gallery provides you with access to helpful images of human anatomy.

  5. Human Anatomy: Includes developmental anatomy of a fetus. A look at how humans are formed in the womb.

  6. Virtual Organ Library: A look at the different organs in the body.

  7. MedMotion: Gallery includes images from different systems of the body. Interesting and interactive.

Brain and Nervous System

Learn more about the way the brain is set up, and learn about the nervous system.

  1. Brain Anatomy Images: Posit Science offers this image gallery full of images related to the brain.

  2. Anatomy of the Central Nervous System: A great gallery of different images related to the nervous system of the body.

  3. Nervous System: View different images related to the nervous system. An interactive gallery.

  4. Human Anatomy – Nervous System: The BBC offers a look at the nervous system and how it set up. See different images and explanations by clicking on different parts.

  5. Photo Gallery: Brain: National Geographic offers a great gallery of brain images, showing the structure of the brain.

  6. Brain Specimens: Click on different links to see images of different brain specimens, neurons and more.

Respiratory System

Find out how the lungs and airway work. You can see plenty of interesting images and illustrations from these galleries.

  1. Tour the Respiratory System: A great look at different parts of the respiratory system, and how it works.

  2. Fetal Respiratory System: Look at how the respiratory system develops in an unborn child. A great gallery.

  3. Respiratory System: Color images of the respiratory system. Looks at high magnification of different parts of the system.

  4. respiratory system: This gallery includes labeled images of different parts of the respiratory system.

  5. respiratory system images: Your Dictionary offers a number of great images in this gallery, all centered around the respiratory system.

  6. Respiratory System 3D Images: Look at these great 3D images of the respiratory system.

Circulatory/Cardiovascular System

The heart is an amazing muscle, pumping blood through the body. Find out how the blood moves through the body, and what you can expect from blood vessels.

  1. Cardiovascular System: Study the way blood moves through the body.

  2. Circulatory System: This basic, kid-friendly gallery includes images, quizzes and videos about the circulatory system.

  3. Cardiovascular System: Look at images from the cardiovascular system, show surgical pathology.

  4. schema of circulation: Get an idea of how blood moves through the body, and learn about different parts of the circulatory system.

  5. Blood, Heart and Circulation Pictures: Have a look at different parts of the cardiovascular system.

  6. Anatomy of the Human Heart: Great images of the human heart, how it works, and how it is structured.

Digestive System

We receive nutrients through what happens in the digestive process. See how the digestive system works to help the body get what it needs for life. Includes the systems used for voiding the waste from the body.

  1. Photo Gallery: Digestive System: A look at the digestive system, and how it works.

  2. digestive system: Images from the digestive system. Interesting and educational.

  3. Digestive System 3D Images: See the digestive system from different angles. A great resource.

  4. Picture Your Digestive System: Interesting look at the digestive system and how it works.

Musculoskeletal System

See how muscles and bones work. This is an interesting system in the body, and is responsible for the way we move and support our weight. These interesting galleries provide insights into anatomy.

  1. Musculoskeletal Atlas: A look at different parts of the system, including how the muscles work on the bone.

  2. Musculoskeletal anatomy (upper and lower extremities): Looks at the limbs and other parts of the extremities.

  3. MRI Anatomy Atlas: This work in progress includes MRI images of different bones and muscles.

  4. Muscular System (front view): A look at muscles. This interactive gallery shows different muscles.

  5. Functional Anatomy of Skeletal Muscles: See how the muscles work. Includes images, quizzes and more.

  6. The Skeleton: Skeletal System: A look at bones, how they are formed, and their development.

  7. Skeletal System: Real photos of the skeletal system. Great for learning skeletal anatomy.

Diseases, Injuries and Defects

Find out what happens when things aren’t working properly in the body. The following online galleries provide you with insight into the effects of disease, injury and defect on the human anatomy.

  1. Personal Injury Illustrations: A look at different personal injuries that can be inflicted on different people.

  2. Trauma Gallery: Real images of trauma injuries. Warning: graphic and not for the faint of heart. But useful to prepare those who have to see these injuries.

  3. Strep Throat: A look at the anatomy of this disease. Includes links to galleries dealing with other diseases.

  4. Medical Gallery: Different images related to injuries, illnesses and defects from the University of Iowa.

  5. Medical Pictures/Disease Pictures: See images of anatomy affected by different disease, bites and conditions.

  6. Photos of Vaccine-Preventable Diseases: The CDC offers a look at different diseases. Watch out! Some are quite graphic.

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June 17, 2011

Power of Spin (Part 1) - Nassim Haramein's Unified Field Theory

Part 1 of 2
Till now no theory included why everything in nature spins.
What was the source of timeless rotation in the whole universe?

Haramein introduces torque, torsion and rotation into Einstein´s
equations to explain spin.

Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OFRbxUgNXFU

June 10, 2011

free book bundle..70 classics from the "Prosperity Consciousness Archive"

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free book bundle..

70 classics from the "Prosperity Consciousness Archive"


"Fables" by Aesop - A collection of more than 300 fables by the ancient grandmaster of fables himself. Great stuff to think about and read.

"The Manual" by Epictetus - Could be called "the very first self-help book." This Greek philosopher wrote a small but powerful tractate on living a content and happy life.

"The Power of Concentration" by Theron Q. Dumont - A book about concentration: its importance, and how to train the mind to concentrate.

"The Art and Science of Personal Magnetism" by Theron Q. Dumont -

'Magnetism' is what these old-timers coined what we now know as Energy. This book by Theron Q. Dumont will show you how to harness and use that energy.

"The Secret of Success" by William W. Atkinson

"Thought Vibration" by William W. Atkinson

"Thought-Force in Business and Everyday Life" by William W. Atkinson

"Practical Mental Influence" by William W. Atkinson

"As a Man Thinketh" by James Allen - One of the best-known books of this kind.

"Above Life's Turmoil" by James Allen

"Byways to Blessedness" by James Allen

"The Way of Peace" by James Allen

"The Path of Prosperity" by James Allen

"Think and Grow Rich" by Napoleon Hill - This is one of the most famous books ever written; even today, many successful businessmen attribute their success to this book!

"Right and Wrong Thinking" by Aaron Martin Crane

"Character-Building Thought Power" by Ralph Waldo Trine

"The Greatest Thing Ever Known" by Ralph Waldo Trine

"This Mystical Life of Ours" by Ralph Waldo Trine - 52 excerpts from Trine's works, for each week of the year.

"The Man who Knew" by Ralph Waldo Trine

"The Wayfarer on the Open Road" by Ralph Waldo Trine

"What all the World's A-Seeking" by Ralph Waldo Trine

"The Creative Process in the Individual" by Thomas Troward - Along with his lecture-series: revolutionary.

"The Dore Lectures on Mental Science" by Thomas Troward

"The Edinburgh Lectures on Mental Science" by Thomas Troward

"The Power of Silence" by Horatio W. Dresser

"Common Sense: How to Exercise It" by Blanchard Yorimoto-Tashi

"Within You is the Power" by Henry Thomas Hamblin

"The Life of the Spirit" by Henry Thomas Hamblin

"The Power of Thought" by Henry Thomas Hamblin

"The Mental Cure" by Warren Felt Evans

"A Textbook of Theosophy" by C.W. Leadbeater

"The Science of Mind" by Ernest Holmes

"The Greatest Thing in the World" by Henry Drummond

"The Magic Story" by Frederick Van Rensselaer Dey - Very important and life-changing story. See for yourself!

"The Science of Getting Rich" by Wallace D. Wattles - Or, as I like to call it:

"A Course in Manifestation."

"Acres of Diamonds" by Russell H. Conwell - Alongside "As a Man Thinketh" and "Think and Grow Rich", one of the most well known books today.

"The Master Key System" by Charles F. Haanel - Reputed to have been read by Bill Gates, this book contains lots of little gold nuggets of wisdom.

"Mental Chemistry" by Charles F. Haanel

"Self-Help; National and Individual" by Samuel Smiles - A large and interesting tome.

"The Multiple Mentality Course" by Harry Kahne - The original "multitasking" training system. Want or need to do 2 or more things at once? Read this!

"Your Forces and How to Use Them" by Christian Larson

"The Ideal Made Real" by Christian Larson

"How to Find Your Real Self" by Mildred Mann

"Self Mastery through Conscious Autosuggestion" by Emile Coué - Arguably one of the most important people of the 20th century, this man invented Autosuggestion (autogenic training) for use in healing and improving oneself.

"How to Live on 24 Hours a Day" by Arnold Bennett - So much to do, so little time! Well, not anymore!

"Mental Efficiency" by Arnold Bennett

"The Prophet" by Khalil Gibran - This is pure food for thought, by a well-known author.

"The Madman" by Kahlil Gibran - Equally as important as "The Prophet."

"Walking" by Henry David Thoreau - One of the greatest American authors himself talks about walking; serenity, meditation; peace.

"Adventures in Contentment" by David Grayson

"Adventures in Friendship" by David Grayson

"Great Possessions" by David Grayson

"The Friendly Road -or- New Adventures in Contentment" by David Grayson

"Siddharta" by Hermann Hesse - This is my most favourite book.

"Thought Power" by Annie Besant

"How to Turn your Desires and Ideals into Reality" by Brown Landone

"Prosperity Through Thought" by Bruce MacLelland

"How to Turn Your Ability Into Cash" by Earl Prevette

"Just How to Wake the Solar Plexus" by Elizabeth Towne

"Your invisible Power" by Genevieve Behrend

"Attaining Your Desires" by Genevieve Behrend

"The Miracle of Tithing" by Mark Victor Hansen

"Concentration" by O. Hashnu Hara

"In Tune With the Infinite" by Ralph Waldo Emerson

"Secrets of Mental Supremacy" by W. R. C. Larson

"Influence" by Yorimoto Tashi

"IT WORKS" by R.H. Jarrett

"The Way to Power" by L.W. Rogers

"Prosper" by Charles Fillmore

"An Iron Will" by Orison Swett Marden
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June 8, 2011

Adham Shaikh - The Garden

June 6, 2011

How to Find Trigger Points.. (great healing techniques for Muscles & Pain management)

Very helpful video series on PAIN Management.. focusing on Muscles and Trigger Point Therapy..

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How to Find Trigger Points

Get tips on how to find trigger points throughout the muscle groups of the body and how to treat them with expert chiropractic advice from a practicing chiropractor in this free alternative medicine video series.

Series Summary
Massage therapy is a practice with a multiplicity of benefits. Whether it’s a quick rubdown or a full-body treatment, the human touch has practical applications for promoting both physical and emotional well-being. The basic idea behind massage is the use of motion, pressure, tension, and vibration on certain areas of the body, localized around muscles or joints in pain or under stress. This allows a release of tension and a return to a homeostatic condition. Therefore, massage is very important for general stress relief, pain management, encouraging physical and emotional healing, or improving circulation.

In this free instructional video series, our expert will show you how to find trigger points and the benefit of each of these trigger points. Learn how to get chiropractic help and improve your massages with the help of these step by step instructional videos.

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About Trigger Points & Chiropractics

Learn about trigger points and how they relate to pain with expert chiropractic advice from a practicing chiropractor in this free alternative medicine video clip.

Trigger Points in the Piriformis

Learn about different trigger points in the piriformis muscle and how to treat them with expert chiropractic advice from a practicing chiropractor in this free alternative medicine video clip.

Explanation of Muscles in Relation to Trigger Points

Learn about the different muscle groups and how they are affected by trigger points and how to treat them and how to treat them with expert chiropractic advice from a practicing chiropractor in this free alternative medicine video clip.

Trigger Points in the Gluteus Minimus

Learn about different trigger points in the gluteus minimus and how to treat them with expert chiropractic advice from a practicing chiropractor in this free alternative medicine video clip.

Trigger Points in the Vastus Lateralis

Learn about different trigger points in the vastus lateralis and how to treat them with expert chiropractic advice from a practicing chiropractor in this free alternative medicine video clip.

Trigger Points in the Calf Muscle

Learn about different trigger points in the calf muscle and how to treat them with expert chiropractic advice from a practicing chiropractor in this free alternative medicine video clip.

Explanation of Muscles in Trunk of Body

Get an explanation of the muscles in the trunk of the body and what they are responsible for with expert chiropractic advice from a practicing chiropractor in this free alternative medicine video clip.

Trigger Points in the Iliopsoas

Learn about different trigger points in the iliopsoas muscle with expert chiropractic advice from a practicing chiropractor in this free alternative medicine video clip.

Trigger Points in the Quadratus Lumborum

Learn about different trigger points in the quadratus lumborum, or QL, with expert chiropractic advice from a practicing chiropractor in this free alternative medicine video clip.

Trigger Points in the Rhomboids

Learn about different trigger points in the rhomboids in the shoulders and how to treat them with expert chiropractic advice from a practicing chiropractor in this free alternative medicine video clip.

Trigger Points in the Traps

Learn about different trigger points in the different trapezius muscles with expert chiropractic advice from a practicing chiropractor in this free alternative medicine video clip.

Trigger Points in the Lats

Learn about different trigger points in the lats and how to treat them with expert chiropractic advice from a practicing chiropractor in this free alternative medicine video clip.

Trigger Points in the Abs

Learn about different trigger points in the abdominal muscles and how to treat them with expert chiropractic advice from a practicing chiropractor in this free alternative medicine video clip.

Trigger Points in the Supraspinatus

Learn about different trigger points in the supraspinatus in the shoulder muscle group and how to treat it with expert chiropractic advice from a practicing chiropractor in this free alternative medicine video clip.

Trigger Points in the Subscapularis

Learn about different trigger points in the subscapularis in the shoulder muscle group and how to treat it with expert chiropractic advice from a practicing chiropractor in this free alternative medicine video clip.

Trigger Points in the Lavator

Learn about different trigger points in the lavator in the shoulder muscle group and how to treat it with expert chiropractic advice from a practicing chiropractor in this free alternative medicine video clip.

Trigger Points in the Pectorals

Learn about different trigger points in the pectorals and how to treat them with expert chiropractic advice from a practicing chiropractor in this free alternative medicine video clip.

Trigger Points in the Teres Minor

Learn about different trigger points in the teres minor in the shoulder muscle group and how to treat them with expert chiropractic advice from a practicing chiropractor in this free alternative medicine video clip.

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June 5, 2011

20 Healthiest Foods You're Probably Not Eating

 There are a lot of very healthy foods out there, and nutritionists have been kind enough to let you know which ones to eat. After a while, though, their advice seems to all sound the same, and you start hearing the same foods over and over again. However, there are loads of foods that aren't as popular as some, but are just as good (or even better). 
Here are 19 of the best, yet lesser-known, foods that are excellent for your health:

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    Beets - Red, juicy, and irresistibly sweet, beets are reportedly among the 150 healthiest foods on Earth. The veggies used most commonly in borscht are incredibly rich in folate and betaine, which reduce your risk of developing heart disease by controlling the level of homocysteine in your blood. Beets also have high levels of iodine, bioflavonoids, and Vitamins B1, B2, and C. What's more, the compounds that give beets their characteristic crimson color, betacyanins, may have cancer-fighting properties.
    While broths and grilled beets are simply delicious to some, the best way to eat beets is raw. Heating beets usually reduces the amount of antioxidants in them, which means canned beets (which are often heated during processing) are out of the picture, too. Instead, try using fresh beets in salads and other dishes that allow you to eat them raw.
  2. Cabbage - Cabbage gets a bad rap, often used in describing awkward smells and ultimately losing out to lettuce as the preferred leafy ball of goodness in most American diets. It's a shame, though, since the vegetable is rich in sulforaphane, which enhances the production of certain enzymes that fight free radicals and help prevent cancer. In fact, research has found that sulforaphane is increases the levels of these enzymes more than all the other plant chemicals. It's a great diet food, too, since a cup of chopped cabbage contains a paltry 22 calories.
    You can pretty much enjoy cabbage as you would lettuce. It makes for great Asian-style salads, and it makes for a great sandwich topping. If all else fails, you can use it for coleslaw, but that would put its low calorie count to waste.
  3. Canned Pumpkin — You might usually see this brought out when mom's getting the Thanksgiving dinner ready, but you should ideally see it a lot more often. For one thing, it's great diet food — not only is it low in calories, but it's also really filling. Canned pumpkin will help you stay clean on the inside, too, thanks to its high fiber count. As if that wasn't enough, the orange marvel is rich in Vitamin A, which bolsters your immune system.
    Pumpkin is tasty on its own, but it's heavenly when combined with spices like cinnamon or nutmeg. You can also blend it with a little sour cream for a delicious soup. If calories aren't a problem, then you can always go with the crowd-pleasing favorite, pumpkin pie.
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    Cinnamon - Speaking of cinnamon, did you know that this good old dessert spice can actually lower your blood sugar? Researchers have found that diabetes patients who consume at least a gram of cinnamon a day (on its own, not on buns or cakes) have their blood sugar levels drop by a significant amount. That's because the methylhydroxychalcone polymers found in the spice boost your body's ability to metabolize sugar. This also has the extremely beneficial effect of reducing the amount of LDL cholesterol and triglycerides in your system.
    As long as it's in your spice rack, you can sprinkle cinnamon onto just about anything for and added kick. Some foods that go well with the spice are grilled lamb, coffee, oatmeal, and apples. Health food stores also often have powerful cinnamon extracts and oils you can use to get its nutritional benefits.
  5. Dark Meat - Dark meat is usually passed over in favor of white meat, which has less fat. Those who prefer the thighs and drumsticks will be glad to know that dark meat only has20 calories per ounce more than white meat. In addition to that, only one-third of the fat in dark meat is saturated fat, 86% of which doesn't even have a significant effect on your cholesterol levels. Even better, that same percentage of saturated fat is composed of HDL cholesterol, the good kind that might actually lower your chances of developing heart disease.
  6. Dried Plums - Known popularly by their more common name, "prunes", these fruits are usually used in bathroom jokes more than in people's diets. What most people don't know is that dried plums are valued for more than just the amount of fiber they pack. The and neochlorogenic acids found in them fights off a free radical believe to be a major cause of cancer. They're also quite rich in Vitamin K, and low in saturated fat, sodium, and cholesterol.
    The dried fruits make for good snacking on their own. If that makes you feel too old, though, you can always try combining them with roasted or grilled meat. They can be used in cakes, too.
  7. Flaxseed - 
    What nutrients doesn't flaxseed have? Aside from most B vitamins, magnesium, and manganese, they're also rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which help fight against heart disease, diabetes, asthma, arthritis, and even cancer. They also contain lignans, which can help prevent breast cancer and type 2 diabetes as well. To top it all off, flaxseed is high in fiber.
    The trick to getting all these benefits out of flaxseed is to grind it first. The nutrients just won't be absorbed into the body unless it's ground. After that, you can mix it in with your morning cereal for a really healthy breakfast.
  8. Frozen Blueberries - Many people might be surprised to find frozen fruits in this list, since freezing has been known to reduce the amount of nutrients in fruits and vegetables. However, you can't beat the fact that frozen blueberries don't spoil and that they're available year-round. The tiny fruits are packed with antioxidants, manganese, Vitamin K, and fiber. They're also a good low-sodium, low-cholesterol, and low-saturated fat snack.
    Before you break out the cheesecake, remember that blueberries are really tasty on their own to begin with. You can also mix them in with yogurt and cereal to add color and flavor.
  9. Goji Berries - Goji berries have long been used as a medicinal food - for over 1,700 years, in fact. They have proportionally the highest antioxidant content of any fruit, bringing countless benefits to those who eat them. Interestingly enough, the sugars found in goji berries might even reduce the risk of developing diabetes.
    Like most berries, goji berries are great on their own. Their sweet cherry-cranberry taste makes them a wonderful treat at any time. Fortify your breakfast by mixing them in with your cereal, oatmeal, or yogurt.
  10. Guava - A lot of folks may not have heard of guavas, which are most commonly found in the tropics. The fruit contains an abundant amount of Vitamin C; the rind alone has more of the stuff than an entire orange. It's also got more than 63% potassium than the average banana, and a great big deal of fiber. You'll also find it a good source of folate, manganese, and Vitamin A.
    The guava can be enjoyed in its entirety - everything from the rind to the seed can be eaten. The fruit has a slight tang to it, but it gets sweeter the closer you get to the center. The tricky part is finding one; you'll have a better chance picking up a few at Latin groceries or in high-end supermarkets.
  11. Hemp Seeds - While they're usually connected with either new-age lifestyle enthusiasts and smokers of questionable substances, hemp seeds have a lot to offer the average person. For instance, they contain a high amount of omega-3 fatty acids, which pushes away the risk of heart disease. They also contain a lot of protein, in the form comparable to meat and eggs.
    The seeds go great in oatmeal, or blended together with shakes for an added protein boost. They also add a great touch to stir-fries.
  12. Pomegranate Juice - Pomegranate juice is very rich in Vitamins C and K, potassium, and folate. It's also been found to help lower the blood pressure of those who drank it regularly. While it's been very popular in the Middle East for years, the juice can now be found in groceries around the country. You can probably find a bottle in a nearby supermarket. Since the juice is packed with nutrients, a small glassful a day should be more than adequate.
  13. Pumpkin Seeds - While the flesh of the pumpkin is very healthful on its own, the seeds are known to have the highest concentration of nutrients in the vegetable. The seeds contain oodles on magnesium, which is correlated with a reduced risk of early death.
    The seeds are best eaten as a whole. An ounce of roasted pumpkin seeds contains roughly 150mg of magnesium, making it really easy to reach your RDA of 420mg.
  14. Purslane - While it's considered an herb internationally, most Americans classify purslane as a weed. This is most likely the reason why many people don't even consider eating this highly-nutritious plant. Purslane contains the highest levels of omega-3 fatty acids among all fruits and vegetables. In addition to this, it has the largest amount of the antioxidant melatonin, an important antioxidant, of any edible plant.
    Purslane can be eaten as a viable substitute for lettuce, and is recommended for use in the same way. Purslane salads are a favorite among the health-conscious.
  15. Sardines - Sardines are more than just fish crammed into a can; they're a fantastic source of omega-3 fatty acids, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, and zinc, among others. They're also rich in protein, Vitamin D, and a wide range of Vitamin Bs.
    While sardines are good straight out of the can, they can also make for pretty tasty ingredients in a wide variety of dishes. Pastas are a good way to start, before you start experimenting with sandwiches and salads.
  16. Scallops - A lot of people might think that these juicy mollusks are high in cholesterol, but that's usually more an effect of the dishes they're in. In fact, they're very low in saturated fat. They've got an abundance of protein, selenium, and Vitamin B12, and contain a good amount of potassium and manganese.
    There is a wide variety of dishes that contain scallops, so it's relatively easy to find the way you can best enjoy them. Pastas, soups, and seafood dishes are among the most popular ways of serving them.
  17. Seaweed - Whatever variety of seaweed you enjoy, you can be sure they're packed with nutrients. Besides being low in cholesterol, they contain a high amount of Vitamin K, calcium, iron, magnesium, and riboflavin, among others. They're also rich in potassium, which can help normalize blood pressure.
    The most well-known source of seaweed is in Japanese food, but there are other ways to grab a hold of the plant. Try looking for dried seaweed in your local supermarket to enjoy it and all its benefits at home.
  18. Sweet Potatoes - This sweet, starchy crop is probably one of the healthiest vegetables you can eat. They've got a lot of carotenoids, potassium Vitamin C and fiber in them. They also contain good amounts of Vitamins A and B6, and manganese.
    You can enjoy them as you do regular potatoes - baked, french fried, chipped, and roasted are good ways. The main difference is that their sweet flavor allows them to be served in desserts, such as in puddings or pastries.
  19. Swiss Chard - This leafy green vegetable may be slightly bitter, but their health benefits make for some good eats. The carotenoids lutein and zeaxanthin in Swiss chard help protect your vision by preventing damage from aging. It's also an excellent source of Vitamins A, B6, C, E, and K. It's also rich in calcium, magnesium, potassium and zinc, among many other nutrients.
    Swiss chard, being both salty and bitter, can be a little hard to use in cooking. However, they're actually pretty good when chopped and sauteed in olive oil. After this, they're a perfect complement to grilled meats and seared fish.
  20. Bonus Food: Turmeric - This flavorful spice is rich in Vitamins B6 and C, magnesium, fiber, and potassium. In addition to this, it is believed that turmeric has anti-inflammatory properties, as well as cancer-fighting agents. The spice is an excellent addition to any vegetable dish, and to good old scrambled eggs as well.

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