organic food A broadly defined category of food which, in the purest form, is grown without chemical fertilisers or pesticides and sold to the consumer without adding preservatives and synthetic food enhancers
Bee pollen consists of bee saliva and enzymes, mixed with pollen that the bees have brought back to the hive on their bodies. The bees pack the pollen into granules; honey and nectar are sometimes added to the granules.
It looks delicious, it smells delicious, but ask many people and they'll tell you it's fattening. But peanut butter is actually healthier than you think.
This is the Jamaican tart cherries. Tart or sour cherry is a variety of cherry grown worldwide that is often used in cooking and in making fruit syrups and other concentrates but in Jamaica we eat them and used to make juice.
Vitamin D—is sometimes called the sunshine vitamin because it is produced in the skin when a person is outdoors in the sun.
Cayenne is a fruit that is eaten raw or cooked, or it is dried and powdered into a spice that has been used for centuries in meals and medicines.
Your body does not need much copper. Many people do not get enough copper in their diet, but it is rare to be truly deficient in copper. Foods that contain copper include oysters, liver, whole grain breads and cereals, shellfish, dark green leafy vegetables, dried legumes, nuts, and chocolate.
Beta-carotene is a pigment found in plants that gives them their colour. The name beta-carotene is derived from the Latin name for carrot. It gives yellow and orange fruits and vegetables their rich hues. Beta-carotene is also used to colour foods such as margarine.