Proteins, vitamins and minerals, omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids, polysaccharides, phytonutrients, carotenoids, iron, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, and a partridge in a pear tree (nearly)—Chlorella is a single-cell suitcase packed for a lifelong vacay.
Gastroenterologists assure us that passing wind up to 25 times a day is quite normal. Not that they would choose to be sharing your elevator when all this normalcy is being dispensed. How to turn down the gas? We know—you're asking for a friend.
Boil them, mash them, stir fry them, or hysterically beat them with the family broom. Here is a short list of vegetables which, when seen in a poorly lit room, can make otherwise reasonable people scream. Even the other vegetables are traumatized by them.
Goji berries have been the real thing for twenty centuries—but who's counting? In this modern investigative age of clinical research, lab coats, and endless footnotes you have to squint to see (he confessed), the pharmacological workings of the Goji berry are well-documented. And then there's the story of Li Ching-Yuen...
Daddy's home with his strange groceries! Say, did you know the misunderstood pumpkin is a nutrient treasure trove? Yes, yes—you can reach into its slimy interior, hollow it out and make a Jack O'Lantern. And who wouldn't! But we’re here to tell you that there is more to the pumpkin than a slimed forearm.