We as humans can live to 120 yrs old. Yet many of us don’t, often getting sick because we don’t think about eating healthy until after we are sick. Here, we talk about how to stay healthy and use wholesome nutrition to stay healthy, not get sick, and live longer, healthier.

nu·tri·tion·al im·mu·nol·o·gy (noun)

/n(y)o͞oˈtriSHənl imyəˈnäləjē

Eating healthy to strengthen the immune system in order to prevent and fight diseases and illnesses.

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Healthy Food Spotlight

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November 8, 2023


Cassia seeds have a history of use in Chinese medicine spanning thousands of years, and rhein is a phytonutrient commonly found in Cassia seeds. Rhein possesses a wide range of pharmacological effects, including hepatoprotective (liver protection), nephroprotective (kidney protection), anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anticancer, and antibacterial properties. Multiple studies have demonstrated the kidney-protective effects of rhein both […]

November 8, 2023

Sasa Veitchii

Sasa Veitchii, commonly known as Japanese Bamboo, Veitch’s Bamboo, or Kuma Bamboo, is native to Japan. In its natural habitat, it grows in woodlands. It is a traditional herbal medicine originating from the Japanese Bamboo genus and is collectively known as Sasa Veitchii. Due to its antibacterial properties, Sasa Veitchii has been used for food […]

April 5, 2021

Polysaccharides – How Mushrooms can Improve Your Immune System

WHAT ARE IMMUNOMODULATING POLYSACCHARIDES? Polysaccharides are present in both the plant and animal kingdoms. They are, at the simplest level, complex carbohydrates made up of monosaccharides joined together by glycosidic bonds. Several major polysaccharides can modulate the immune system. These polysaccharides are often associated with mushrooms. Multiple studies have been done over years, showing that […]

April 5, 2021

What Fiber Can Do For Your Body – Including Heart Disease, Diabetes & Colon Cancer

WHAT IS FIBER? WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SOLUBLE AND INSOLUBLE FIBER? Fiber is mostly made up of carbohydrates. However, unlike the usual carbohydrates found in bread and other foods, our body can’t digest fiber. In spite of this, fiber helps keep our digestive system running smoothly and helps improve overall health. Meat does not […]

April 5, 2021

Best Ways to Eat Your Veggies

WHICH IS BETTER—RAW OR COOKED VEGETABLES? Some vegetables benefit from cooking—for example, carrots, asparagus and tomatoes benefit from a little heat. Cooking makes it easier for our bodies to absorb the ferulic acid from asparagus, beta-carotene from carrots, and the antioxidant lycopene from tomatoes. However, other nutrients are also decreased.Cooking can damage important enzymes—the potency […]

March 6, 2021


Soybeans have been part of the human diet for around 5,000 years. Not only is soy cholesterol free, but it also has all the nutrients essential for good health: protein, essential amino acids, carbohydrates, and vitamins. It is high in fiber, low in saturated fat, and rich in minerals like calcium, iron, and phosphorus. It […]

March 6, 2021


Celebrated through the ages, rose mesmerizes with its elegant beauty and lovely scent, but it is not just beautiful on the outside. Rose also has a high concentration of valuable nutrients and has a long history as a beauty enhancer. It can also enhance stomach function and relieve feminine health problems. Strengthens the Immune System […]

March 6, 2021

Reishi Mushroom

Reishi mushroom (Ganoderma lucidum) has been prized and revered for centuries in the Orient. Believed to have mysterious healing powers, reishi mushroom is highly regarded by the Chinese and referred to as a “heavenly herb.” In China, reishi mushroom has been known to promote vitality and longevity. Reishi mushroom contains carbohydrates, amino acids, protein, triterpenes, […]

March 6, 2021

Psyllium Husk

Psyllium husk contains aucubine, enzymes,fats, and mucilage and is a natural source of dietary fiber. There are 71 g of soluble fiber in 100 g of psyllium husk. When eaten, psyllium husk absorbs water in amounts up to several times its weight and becomes a gelatinous mass that adds water and volume to feces. With […]

March 6, 2021


Cactus/Cactus Fruit  Cactus is an amazingly strong plant that can survive in the harsh desert. The Mexican people view it as beautiful symbol of life and hope, and they use it widely for food and medicine. Cactus is also highly regarded in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). Written during the Qing Dynasty, Beng Cao Gang Mu […]

March 6, 2021


Ashitaba is well known as a longevity herb because of its strong life force-if its leaf is plucked today, a new one will sprout tomorrow. Ashita means tomorrow and ba means leaf in Japanese. Native to Japan’s Hachijo Island, ashitaba has a long history of use as food and medicine by the island’s inhabitants. The […]

March 6, 2021

A.B.M. Mushroom

The Agaricus blazei Murrill (ABM) is originally from Brazil. It is also known as himematsutake, Mushroom of God, and Mushroom of the Sun. It is an important part of local daily diets in Piedade, a small town in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Those who live in Piedade have uncommonly good healthand experience a lower frequency of […]

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