Cabbage is a popular leafy green or purple biennial plant, and its weight can range between 1 to 9 pounds. Pointing out the exact history of cabbage is very hard. Experts say that it was probably domesticated before 1000 BC in Europe. It has been reported that cabbage became a very important food in European cuisine by the middle ages. http://blog.diabetv.com/diabetes-nutrition-benefits-of-cabbage/
Benefits of Lo Han Guo (AKA Monk Fruit) dates back to the 13th century monks living in the steep mountain region of Southern China. The power of this fruit is amazing! It is an ingredient that is included in the Power Shake I take every morning. Also a great natural sweetener!! :) #lohanguo #monkfruit #powerfruit
The perfect post-workout breakfast that will replenish your body with what it needs while filling you up! Oats topped with caramelized bananas. You've earned it! Get the recipe here: http://foodmatters.tv/content/superfood-oats-caramelized-banana-recipe
These babies are abundant in vitamins and minerals that are crucial to your entire body and especially beneficial for your skin. Particularly high in beta-carotene, lutein, vitamins B6, C, E, K, selenium, zinc, folate, potassium, glutathione and healthy fats to nourish the body and skin.