Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Spice Up Your Life

At LNH, we place a strong emphasis on eating as much unprocessed, organically grown food as possible in order to achieve optimal, vibrant health.

One way to improve your health is by taking advantage of unprocessed, organic herbs and spices. Most of these herbs add virtually no calories to your diet.  You'll find that herbs and spices:

• Maximize your nutrient density -- They contain healthful vitamins and minerals.

• Help speed up your metabolism -- Because spices are nutrient dense, they are thermogenic. This means they naturally increase your metabolism to help you burn calories.

• May increase your overall feeling of fullness and satiety -- So you'll eat less. Studies show consuming certain herbs and spices prior to each meal can potentially reduce your calorie intake.

• Provide you healthful properties -- Help boost and enhance your overall wellbeing with antioxidants that can be more potent than many fruits and vegetables.

• Benefit your "whole person" -- Herbs and spices tend to enhance your entire body, and not just focus on a particular area.  

A "whole person" approach is our focus at LNH.  We address the cause/root of your health concerns. And, as part of our readership, you know it's very important you select and consume wholesome, unprocessed organic foods -- herbs and spices are no different.

If the herb or spice you're looking for is processed or not organically grown, you risk missing out on their greatest benefits. We need their most potent active ingredients to provide us with optimal benefits. If the herb or spice is not cultivated, harvested, produced, and packaged using certified organic processes, we could be robbed of the healthful active ingredients.

In the case of supplements, LNH suggest choose only products based on 100% certified organic ingredients. Why waste your time and money, and risk potential health consequences from artificial ingredients and questionable chemical processes? For information on label reading, go to:



These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is of educational nature and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.