RxCIPES Magazines for Recipes That Help You Heal
Premise of RxCIPE Smartphone Magazines is based on the principle from Greek times “Let food be thy medicine and I medicine be thy food” attributed to Hippocrates: Food is medicine as modern science is now proving. For example, polyphenols in green tea boost the brain’s supply of dopamine the ‘happy’ neurotransmitter and help with the blues and depression. In the extreme, even Type 1 diabetes can be completely reversed with a 30-day raw-food diet.
By eating certain foods you can eliminate or abate a range of illnesses.
Tactic: We create a weekly shopping list, a variety of exciting recipes, step-by-step instructions, including pictures and videos for you to eat foods that heal your condition. And help you avoid those foods that aggravate your condition or the illness.
“Choosing to eat foods that are healthy for you is ultimately a form of self-love” — Dr. Jag Arora, M.D.
It’s all packed into a smartphone magazine that you can take to the grocery store for shopping list, then to the kitchen, and follow step by step instructions how to make food that helps you heal.
There is a lot of confusion out there. Take for example “organic” food. Organic is not the same as “pesticide free” as many people mistakenly believe. Organic simply means that foods have not been sprayed with synthetic pesticides. This does not mean that the foods labelled as organic do not include pesticides, in fact they may contain far more pesticides than non-organic foods but the pesticides used aren’t synthetic. We will also advise you where it is important for you to buy from organic, pesticide-free sources that have only natural pesticides and to avoid non-organic with synthetic pesticides.
“The natural healing force within each of us is the greatest force in getting well.” ― Hippocrates
Topics of RxCIPE Magazines
- Heart disease – arteries – cholesterol – plaque buildup, angina, arrhythmias, and heart failure
- Cancers – lung & bronchus – prostate – colon – breast (malignant neoplasms)
- Chronic lower respiratory disease
- Stroke – cerebrovascular diseases –
- Alzheimer’s disease – dementia
- Diabetes – insulin resistance – prediabetes
- Kidney disease (nephritis, nephrotic syndrome, and nephrosis)
- Hypertension – high-blood-pressure control
- Arthritis – inflammation
- Depression – mood disorders
- Stress – anger – aggression
F – Face: Ask the person to smile. Does one side of the face droop?
A – Arms: Ask the person to raise both arms. Does one arm drift downward?
S – Speech: Ask the person to repeat a simple phrase. Is their speech slurred or strange?
T – Time: If you observe any of these signs, call 9-1-1 immediately