Body Ecology Resources
- A Tale of incredible Sweetness and Intrigue
- If you’ve ever tasted stevia, you know it’s extremely sweet. In fact, this remarkable non-caloric herb, native to Paraguay, has been used as a sweetener and flavor enhancer for centuries. But this innocuous-looking plant has also been a focal point of intrigue in the United States in recent years because of actions by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
- Kefir is a cultured, enzyme-rich food filled with friendly micro-organisms that help balance your “inner ecosystem.” More nutritious and therapeutic than yogurt, it’supplies complete
protein, essential minerals, and valuable B vitamins. Click here for more information about this nutritious and healthy food.
- Cultured Vegetables
- One of Body Ecology’s special, “super” foods that contribute immensely to healing and building your inner ecosystem.
- Young Green Coconuts
- One of Body Ecology’s special, “super” foods that contribute immensely to healing and building your inner ecosystem. Donna has combined them with her kefir starter
to make a delicious, and nutritious drink.
- Coconut Oil
- It turns out that coconut oil is actually a life-saver. That’s because it’s a prime source of a key disease-fighting substance lauric acid the same one found
in mother s milk that helps protect newborns against a broad range of pathogens. Here at Body Ecology, we consider coconut oil an esssential component of our regimen
for anyone wishing to restore their health, well-being and vitality.
- Healthy and delicious free recipes available for BED’ers.
- Recommended Products
- Educational Materials