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Natural Remedies

Here are a few tips-- that you can used at home to help ease pain, alleviate discomfort 

and  to take better care of yourself. 

Health benefits of Sauerkraut

What’s in it?

Fiber, vitamin A, C, B , manganese, iron, sodium, magnesium and calcium.


Natural antibiotic

Helps with digestion

Improves immune system

Reduces inflammation 

Natural probiotic

Helps ease constipation,gas and bloating


High in sodium. Eat in moderation

To learn more about How to stay Well

Contact Dr. Jenkins at 636-724-5605

Berry Super Shake

Friday, August 31st, 2018

2 scoops protein powder (34g protein)

Handful of berries (56g potassium, 12% vitamin C)

1/2 c almond milk (50% vitamins B and E)

1/2 c water

1/2 c ice

2 tsp greens powder (superfoods, vitamins, fiber, calcium)

For more information on healthy living

contact Dr. Jenkins:


Not Your Traditional Blueberry Pancakes

Monday, August 27th, 2018

Organic buckwheat flour

1 c. almond milk



Grade A maple syrup

Cooked in coconut oil


Fiber: 5 g.

Sugar: 2 g.

Protein: 8 g.

Iron: 8%

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Veggie Hash

Cubed sweet potatoes

Scrambled egg


Sautéed mushroom

Caramelized onion


Nutritional facts:

Sweet potato:

Protein: 1.6 g

Vitamin A: 284%


Protein: 22 g

Vitamin A: 25%

Vitamin D: 40%


Protein: 9.7 g

Vitamin A: 638%

Vitamin C: 159%

Iron: 51%

Magnesium: 67%


Contains potassium, copper, selenium and phosphorus

Red onion:

Protein: 1.2 g

Vitamin C: 14%


Potassium: 708 mg

Protein: 2.9 g

Vitamin C: 24%


Potassium: 716 mg

Protein: 1.2 g

Vitamin A: 28%

For more information on healthy living

 contact Dr. Jenkins:


How to break a fast (breakfast)

Eat a protein and a vegetable

Nutritional facts:

2 scrambled eggs

Protein: 22 g

Vitamin A: 25%

Calcium: 15%

Vitamin D: 40%

Iron: 16%

Vitamin B-6: 15%

Magnesium: 6%


Protein: 1.9 g

Vitamin A: 14%

Calcium: 8%

Vitamin C: 38%

Iron: 3%

Vitamin B-6: 10%

Magnesium: 14%

For more information on healthy living

 contact Dr. Jenkins: 


Healthy Snack




Coconut milk


Mint extract


Blend the ingredients and freeze overnight 

for best results!

For more information on healthy living, 

contact Dr. Jenkins: 


What’s in your bowl?


Protein: 0.7 g

Vitamin A: 638%

Calcium: 34%

Vitamin C: 159%

Vitamin B-6: 35%

Iron: 51%

Magnesium: 67%

Collard Greens:

Protein: 2 g

Vitamin A: 36%

Calcium: 8%

Vitamin C: 21%

Iron: 1%

Vitamin B-6: 5%

Magnesium: 2%

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What's NEW 

"Bone Broth"

10 Benefits:

1. Heals leaky gut

2. Fights infections

3. Reduces joint pain/inflammation

4. Produces gorgeous skin, hair, nails

5. Helps with bone formation, growth and repair

6. Saves you money

7. Super easy to make

8. Fights inflammations

9.Promotes seep and clams the mind

10. Healthy way to get nutrients into the body 

Bone Broth Recipe

1. Cook whole organic chicken in the crockpot overnight 

2. Remove the meat and skin, but leave the bones

3. Add turmeric , celery, carrots, ginger root, onion, pink salt, parsley to taste

4. Cook for another 8 hours

5. Drink the broth



1 Tbsp. olive oil

3 carrots, sliced or diced

1 medium or large onion, chopped

2 stalks celery, diced

6 cups vegetable or chicken stock or 6 cups water and 6 tsp. powdered bouillon

1 bay leaf

28-oz. can tomatoes with juice

1/3 cup whole barley

16-oz. can kidney beans, undrained

1 lb. fresh green beans, cut into 1 inch pieces

In a 6-qt pot, sauté onion, celery, carrot, and garlic in olive oil until browned. Add stock, tomatoes, barley, and bay leaf. Bring to a boil and cover, reducing heat to simmer for 50 minutes, stirring occasionally. Stir in kidney beans and green beans and simmer for 5-10 minutes more until all vegetables are tender. Remove bay leaf before serving.

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A Woman's Best Diet

Eating large amounts of cruciferous vegetables (such as broccoli and cauliflower), soy (including tofu), and cassava (also called yucca) may interfere with iodine absorption. Seafoods are the richest natural sources of iodine.

Sensitive Skin

Oatmeal mask. Mix together 2 Tbsb ground oatmeal, 3 Tbsb water, and 1 Tbsb virgin coconut oil. Allow oats to absorb fluid before applying. Wash and pat dry.

Slippery Elm

Take 3 tabs and dissolve them in your mouth to prevent increased mucus and drainage. Take 2-3 times day until condition resolves itself.

Anti-Inflammatory Tea

1 capsule of ginger, 1 tablespoon of tumeric, pinch of cayenne pepper, and mix in 1 cup of hot water. Drink daily.


To help increase your circulation and immunity defenses, eat one clove of fresh garlic each day.


If you have a mild case of constipation, you can use this remedy to get results.

Prepare equal amounts of fresh apple and pear juice. Drink this combination when you first wake up and one hour before bedtime.

If the pear is ripe, it is best to blend it whole with apple juice to create a thick drink. Using the whole pear will give you additional fiber. Be sure to remove the seeds. Pears have minerals and vitamins that help to cleanse the colon, kidney and assist in regenerating blood cells.

Intestinal Stress

If you are experiencing intestinal stress, try this inexpensive antibacterial and antifungal herbal remedy: 

1 clove of garlic, 1 Tbsp of oregano, 1 Tbsp of Extra Virgin olive oil, stir and ingest.


Rosemary is very good at keeping blood vessels open and dilated. Use just 1 teaspoon per cup of hot water, cover, and allow it to steep for 10 minutes. Strain the rosemary from the water and sip a cup three times daily.


Herbs can be helpful in relieving digestive discomfort. Try tumeric to help food move smoothly through your system and avoid acid buildup. You can either cook with it or take two to three tablets (1/2 to 1g) before you eat.

Sinus Pressure

Time for thyme! Thyme is traditionally good for respiratory problems. It is a strong antiseptic that is a warm, drying herb. If your nasal discharge is clear or white, drink a cup of thyme by steeping 1 to 2 teaspoons in a cup of boiling water for approximately 10 minutes. Drink 3 times a day for optimum results.


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