Millets are a gluten-free and drought-tolerant source of long-lasting energy. The bran and fiber in these whole grains slow down the breakdown of starch into glucose. Thus, they maintain a steady blood sugar rather than causing sharp spikes. In other words, millets are ideal for those with diabetes and cardiovascular diseases. 

High fructose corn syrup, the ubiquitous sugar substitute blamed for slowly killing Americans through diabetes, obesity and heart disease, has been under assault for almost 15 years. One of its biggest users—the carbonated soda ecosystem—has been shrinking in the face of public health concern and plummeting soda consumption, now at its lowest point in three decades.

Chocolate and its varied forms (candy bars, cocoa, cakes, cookies, coating for other candies and fruits) are probably most people’s favorite confection. Chocolate is a raw or processed food produced from the seed of the tropical Theobroma cacao tree.

Spaghetti squash is an amazing food. It is loaded with fiber and other great nutrients, and makes a great replacement for gluten-based pasta. Adding this plant to your diet can really improve your health and help you to battle the negative impacts of Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome (AFS). That is not all, however; this recipe is also loaded with other healthy whole foods, probiotics and prebiotics as well. You won’t want to miss out on this recipe.



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