Here at The Organic Whey, we’ve been really busy! As you may have noticed, we’ve been hard at work on a new product launch, a name change and a website redesign.
As Americans who are trying hard to stay healthy and enjoy the benefits of the latest in scientific findings, but at the same time stay away from fad foods, we struggle with what supplements or health food products we should be regularly consuming. So, for our own products we have decided to name them so that everyone knows what we think are “mustHaves” and which products are “nicetoHaves”.View full article →
The Organic Whey is giving away a free 3-month supply of pure organic goodness. We love our Facebook fans we want to thank them by giving three lucky winners a free 12-ounce pouch of The Organic Whey protein powder!
If you had to guess, what do you think is the world's healthiest food? A vegetable, like kale? A fruit, maybe a berry? Perhaps something like an egg or a glass of milk? Would you be surprised by an algae? But that's precisely what some experts say about the benefits of spirulina, the blue-green cyanobacteria.
While "healthiest food" is a highly contestable term since our nutritional needs vary so greatly from person to person, we do have a pretty good baseline for what constitutes healthy.View full article →
Drinking wheatgrass juice is known for its health-giving properties. You see trays of the stuff hanging around at most juice bars, health food stores and often perched atop healthy-eaters' countertops. But what exactly makes it such a staple among the healthy? After all, it's just grass, right?
If you think about grass—and just how many of the world's animals eat it for health and strength—wheatgrass becomes a little less strange. If anything, it connects us to our animalistic nature a bit more. And while there are many things that separate us from our fellow mammals, reaping the benefits of grasses is not one of them.View full article →
The tart and flavorful lemon is the most widely used citrus fruit worldwide. The health benefits of lemons are numerous and packed with nutrients. They are also one of the lowest in calories for citrus fruits, just 29 calories per 100 g.
Lemons contain no saturated fats or cholesterol, and they are rich in dietary fiber (7.36 percent of RDA). They are loaded vitamin C, citric acid, flavonoids, B-complex vitamins, calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, and fiber.
If fresh lemons are not a part of your everyday diet, you may want to reconsider after reading the their many health benefits.