• Iceland crowned the world’s best diet. Their geographic isolation and strict government environmental regulations helps it produce some of the purest foods on the planet.

  • Exercise not only changes your body. It changes your mind, your attitude and your mood.

  • The list of famous vegetarians includes Sir Paul McCartney, Ozzy Osborne, Sinead O’Connor, Brad Pitt, Albert Einstein, Henry Ford and Leonardo da Vinci.

  • A vegetarian does not eat any meat, poultry, game, fish, shellfish or crustacea, or the by-products of slaughter.

  • Vegans get their protein from products like lentils, black beans, veggie burgers, tofu, nuts, peanut butter, and soy milk.

  • Vegan foods are free of all animal products such as meat, eggs, fish, and dairy.

  • A 100% gluten-free diet is the only existing treatment for celiac today

  • Matcha Tea: raises energy, elevates mood, calms nerves, has 70x the antioxidants of orange juice and 9x the beta-carotene of spinach.

  • Matcha Green Tea has roughly 10 times the nutritional potency of brewed green tea. So that store-bought “green tea” beverage you previously tried is probably a mere shadow of what ceremonial green tea delivers in terms of nutrition.

  • Gram for gram, Matcha Green Tea has over 500% more antioxidants than goji berries. It is one of the highest ORAC-value superfoods known on the planet. It is also 1000% higher in antioxidants than pomegranates and blueberries.

  • Top 5 health benefits of green tea – Lowers cholesterol, Reduces risk for heart attacks, Decreases cancer risk, Weight loss, Reduces the risk for hypertension

  • Pumpkin seeds are high in zinc, which is good for the prostate and building the immune system.

  • Kale eases lung congestion and is beneficial to the stomach, liver and immune system

  • Broccoli contains twice the vitamin C of an orange

  • Spirulina is rich in various infection-fighting proteins that help in increasing various disease-combating antibodies within your body. It has more than 70 percent protein, which is highest among all foods, and helps in boosting the production of white blood cells that fight and prevent infection.

  • Products labeled “organic” may reflect higher prices because the production process is often on a smaller scale with more labor- and management-intensive practices and stricter regulations.