August 24, 2017


The most special and memorable moment in your life, your wedding day! Let's back up a bit and before walking down the isle do you have everyone covered with little gifting items?

Of course you thought of mom, dad, oh.. in-laws but wait! I didn't get anything for my bridesmaids??! What do I get for them? Embroidered slippers and robes are not going to cut it.

This year our Bride to be's are gifting their bridesmaids Fantastic Avocado Trees from PlantOGram! Besides this Avocado living up to it's name and saving these women tons of money on Avocado Toast (hehe) this tree is an amazing statement tree in any room.

"This is perfect for people who can't get enough of the green stuff" - Stylemepretty.com


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August 19, 2017

Despite the fact that Americans are eating more natural product nowadays (go us!), the greater part are the old standbys: bananas, apples, and oranges. Yes, they're beneficial for you—yet you're passing up a major opportunity. "Distinctive natural products give a variety of malady battling vitamins, minerals, and cancer prevention agents," says Joy Bauer, RD, creator of Joy Bauer's Food Cures. Indeed, expanding your perspectives can quantifiably enhance your well being. Colorado State University nutritionists requested that 106 ladies eat 8 to 10 servings of create every day for two months. A large portion of the gathering looked over 18 changed assortments, while the others ate a similar 5 again and again. After two weeks, blood tests demonstrated that the high-assortment assemble decreased their rates of DNA oxidation, perhaps making their bodies stronger against illness; the other gathering had no change.

Prepared to blend it up? Here's a fast in and out introduction on a portion of the sharpest "intriguing" picks in view of their medical advantages—and how to serve them set up of normal top choices.

PlantOGram Figs

For perfect blood pressure

Good: Bananas
Better: Fresh figs

Why: Six new figs have 891 mg of pulse bringing down potassium, almost 20% of your day by day require—about twofold what you'd find in one expansive banana. In a current 5-year contemplate from the Netherlands, high-potassium diets were connected with bring down rates of death from all causes in solid grown-ups age 55 and more established.

You'll additionally get...a lift to your bones. Figs are extraordinary compared to other natural product wellsprings of calcium, with almost as much per serving (six figs) as some 1/2 cup of fat free milk!

PlantOGram Lychee

To protect your heart and fight disease

Good: Red grapes
Better: Lychee

Why: A French report distributed in the Journal of Nutrition found that lychee has the second-largest amount of heart-sound polyphenols of all organic products tried—about 15% more than the sum found in grapes (refered to by numerous as a polyphenol powerhouse). The mixes may likewise assume a critical part in the aversion of degenerative infections, for example, tumor. "Polyphenols act like a drive field, repulsing outside intruders from harming your cells," says David Grotto, RD, creator of 101 Foods That Could Save Your Life!

You'll also get...protection from breast cancer. A recent test-tube and animal study from Sichuan University in China found that lychee may help to prevent the formation of breast cancer cells, thanks to the fruit's powerful antioxidant activity.

PlantOGram Guava

For beautiful skin

Good: Orange
Better: Guava


Why: One measure of guava has about five fold the amount of skin-recuperating vitamin C (it's a key fixing in collagen creation) as a medium orange (377 mg versus 83 mg)— that is more than five times your day by day require. Ladies who eat a ton of vitamin C-stuffed sustenances have less wrinkles than ladies who don't eat many, as per a current report that followed the eating regimens of more than 4,000 American ladies ages 40 to 74.

You'll additionally get...bacteria-busting power. Guava can secure against foodborne pathogens, for example, Listeria and Staph, as per explore by microbiologists in Bangladesh. Additionally, an agreeable report by the USDA and Thai researchers found that guava has as much cancer prevention agent movement as some outstanding superfoods like blueberries and broccoli (however every plant contains an alternate blend of the stimulating mixes).

PlantOGram Asian Pear


To lower cholesterol

Good: Apples
Better: Asian pears

Why: One extensive Asian pear has almost 10 g of cholesterol-bringing down fiber, around 40% of your day by day require; an expansive apple has about a large portion of that much. Individuals who ate the most fiber had the least aggregate and "bad" cholesterol levels, as per a current investigation of Baltimore grown-ups.

You'll additionally get...protection from crawling weight gain. Similar specialists found that individuals who ate the most fiber likewise measured the minimum and had the least body mass list and midriff perimeter.


PlantOGram Papaya

To fight cancer

Good: Watermelon
Better: Papaya

Why: It is one of the best wellsprings of beta-cryptoxanthin, which inquire about recommends can secure against lung malignancy. Like watermelon, it is additionally a rich wellspring of lycopene. "Despite the fact that there is as of now no proposal for how much lycopene you ought to devour in a day, inquire about demonstrates that the supplement may secure against a few unique sorts of tumor, including stomach, endometrial, and prostate," says Grotto.

Likewise you'll get...better healing. Papayas may enable speed to consume recuperation when utilized topically, on account of the compound papain, which likewise helps in processing. "Papain helps separate amino acids, the building pieces of protein," says Elisa Zied, RD, an American Dietetic Association representative.

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August 14, 2017


Mitesh Popat, Founder, CEO, and CFO Vernic Popat of PlantOGram, Featured on HearPreneur. The dynamic duo talk business, family and the future Read more HERE


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February 13, 2017



Food is a common trigger of digestive issues. In particular, foods that are high in fermentable carbs can cause symptoms like gas, bloating and stomach pain.

A group of these carbs is known as FODMAPs, and foods can be classified as either high or low in these carbs.

Restricting high-FODMAP foods can provide remarkable relief of gut symptoms, particularly in people with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).

Here are a few of the High- FODMAP fruits:

Apples, apricots, cherries, figs, mangoes, nectarines, peaches, pears, plums and watermelon

Here are some of the Low-FODMAP fruits:

Bananas, blueberries, kiwi, limes, mandarins, oranges, papaya, pineapple, rhubarb, strawberries, lychee, longan and avocado

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February 13, 2017

Achacha Drink


Achacha Thirst Quencher

Ingredients

  • 2 strained skin infusion
  • mint or ginger

Use as much skin infusion as required, add according to your taste, a combination of the following:

  • Sugar syrup or stevia or honey or coconut sugar, to balance the sweet/astringent taste.
  • Also add mint, fresh sliced or grated ginger, lemon slices or mineral water.

Drink through the day. It is a good accompaniment to spicy food.

In Bolivia this drink is considered a hunger suppressant. The pulp and skin very low in sugars but the skin is also rich in hydroxicidtrates, betacarotene, arginine and alanine and could aid weight loss by preventing fat building up in cells.

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January 31, 2017



Top 5 Ways TO Increase Your Super Food Intake

Goji Berries


Pure and Simple Goji Juice:

One of our favorites! In a 12oz. glass of water or a juice bottle add one handful of Goji Berries and let them sit and hydrate for a few minutes or all day as you drink your own Goji Berry juice. Chewing the Gojis as you drink is a wonderful experience with four grams of fiber per handful. It is a great pick-me-up between meals and the most delightful way to enjoy a glass of water.

Pure and Simple Goji Fruit Juice:

This is a unique experience in phyto nutrient energy that you feel throughout your body; a buoyant lift that fills you with joy and feeds you right down to a cellular level! Blend together equal amounts of Goji Berries, blueberries, cherries, peaches, apples, raspberries and blackberries. Put in a blender for a few seconds, add a cup of water or orange juice for easier blending, pour into your goblets and drink an elixir of live energy! To add a special touch dust the top of juice with cocoa powder and a light sprinkle of chopped pine nuts and serve.

Pure and Simple Goji Apple Salad:

2 diced apples, 3 tbsp. each of walnuts, pine nuts, sunflower seeds, 3 tbsp. soaked Goji Berries. You can let your imagination soar with this salad! Substitute or add a variety of different fruits and nuts.

Pure and Simple Goji Trail Mix:

This is also one of our favorites. We mix up our combinations and play with the recipe almost every time we make a new batch. Children like it when we add dark chocolate chips to the blend. We use the Tibetan Goji Berries with sunflower seeds, flax seeds, pecans, a small amount of pine nuts, walnut pieces, dried blueberries, apples slices, cherries, peaches, pineapple, and a small amount of coconut shreds.

Pure and Simple Goji Bars and Goji Balls:

Everyone loves these bars and they are loaded with fiber and phyto nutrient energy! We include flax seed, sunflower seed, pecan pieces, blueberry, cherry and Goji Berry, coconut butter, almond butter, cocoa powder, molasses and honey. We have made these chunky style and have finely diced up the pieces and enjoyed the bars both ways. Mix and combine ingredients to desired consistency and form into shapes of your choice. Place on wax paper and put in the refrigerator for an hour and they are ready to take out and enjoy.

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January 30, 2017

What do Hollywood celebrities like Ben Kingsley, Anthony Michael Hall, Madonna, Paula Abdul, Mischa Barton and Gisele Bundchen all have in common? ding ding ding they all eat GOJI BERRY! Similar to the benefits you get from eating other berries, goji berries are loaded with beta-carotene (a pigment found in plants and fruits) which helps promote healthy skin. Goji berries have also been known to help boost the immune system and protect the eyes — talk about a super fruit. This fruit has been around for ages and has been a hidden gem to a lot of people.

GROWING YOUR SUPER FRUIT TO KEEP YOU SUPER HEALTHY ALL YEAR ROUND!

Super Food that's Super Easy! Goji Berries (a.k.a. Wolfberries) are used throughout the Orient to treat a broad range of ailments and diseases. They are high in antioxidants, amino acids, essential fatty acids and are widely used to reduce inflammation.

Container Grow Your Gojis. Goji Berries can be container grown to be kept inside a s a gorgeous house plant as well.

This is one of the easiest plants to grow organically. It's highly disease resistant and rarely bothered by insects. Even deer and rabbits leave it alone. There is no need for any chemicals or sprays. Just plant it and pick.

Don't baby your Gojis. They're naturally drought tolerant and like well draining soil. Thrives in zones 5-9, tolerating temps down to -18 F. Does well in the dry west or humid east.

Pick $175 worth of Berries each year from a single plant! A mature plant will produce almost 7 lbs of berries under good conditions. We don't know of any other fruit plant that has this incredible of a payback. Plus it continues to produce year after year.

Eat Goji Berries all year long. Your berries get sweeter the longer you leave them on the bush and will be much tastier than what you buy in the store. Eat them fresh, juice them, freeze them or dry them on newspaper. Most people prefer to eat their berries like raisins. Grow several plants and enjoy healthy Goji Berries all throughout the year.

Plant your Gojis every 4 ft. They grow into viney bushes. Some people grow them on a trellis. They are self pollinating, but do better with additional companions.




Almond Goji Berry Energy Bars:







Goji berry has been shown to:

  • Boosted immune system and flu protection. A boosted immune system and flu protection can go hand-in-hand. ...
  • Potential weight loss aid. Goji berries pack healthy food energy into small servings. ...
  • Antioxidants for eyes and skin. ...
  • Maintain blood sugar. ...
  • Increased testosterone. Continue reading →
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January 30, 2017


Sufferers of headaches know just how debilitating they can be. Headaches occur in millions of individuals across the country, and they have a mirad of different causes. The consumption of different foods can be the cause and the cure of headaches. Food allergies and sensitivities are a leading cause of headaches and migraines. The symptoms of headaches and migraines are not only pain, but can include vertigo, fatigue, malaise, and auditory and visual auras. Auras are a change in perception that can accompany severe headaches.

Migraine sufferers experience relief by following a diet rich in magnesium, some experts believe.

"To increase your magnesium intake, try consuming magnesium-rich foods such as bananas, dried apricots, avocados.

Coffee In moderation,coffee can be a great fix for a pounding headache. Caffeine is a vasoconstrictor, which means it can reduce the size of blood vessels. In excess, this can cause a headache. However, one cup of coffee could help tame a difficult migraine. If your headache is caused by seasonal allergies, coffee will have an even greater effect.


Bananas are a great food to eat when trying to relieve a stubborn headache. They are high in magnesium, which can relax your blood vessels and ease head pain. They are also high in potassium, which is an essential part of your electrolyte balance. A night of heavy drinking can leave you with a painful hangover and you may need to replace your lost electrolytes due to dehydration.


Almond Start helping your sore head by eating a handfull of almonds. This healthy snack is high in tryptophan, an amino acid that helps release serotonin, the feel good brain chemical. Turkey is another great option for consuming this amino acid. Almonds are also full of magnesium, which can relax your muscles and blood vessels. Physical pain and mental stress can cause tension headaches, which would benefit from consuming extra magnesium.



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January 30, 2017

Making your own Vanilla Bean Essential Oils is very easy and doesn't take a lot of time! You can make your own oils that will leave your home smelling amazing. You can also use you can use them to make homemade soaps, massage oils, body lotions and aromatherapy items.

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Things You'll Need

-16 ounces of organic coconut, safflower or jojoba liquid oil
-3 to 5 large organic vanilla beans
-Sharp knife
-16-ounce canning jar with tight lid
-Double boiler
-Wooden spoon
-Cheesecloth
-Bowl
-Funnel
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There are steps for COLD and HOT infusion methods to use with you Vanilla Bean Oil. Just click on the link above for further steps.

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January 30, 2017


With a name like Cotton Candy and Mango put them together and what do you get?? The best of both worlds! Finally a mango that

http://plantogram.com/product/mango_cotton_candy/

brings out our childhood favorites and did I mention that this is 100% healthy for you? YUP you heard right... 100% healthy it's fruit.

This mango is PlantOGram's Designer Mango Variety it's not a mango that your going to find in your local super market or far

mers market like the Valencia Pride Mango ,Julie Mango or even the Lancetilla Mango.

Valencia Pride Mango


Julie mango Valencia Pride shown above Julie Mango shown above Lancetilla Mango shown above



Close your eyes and experience the taste of this mango infused cotton candy flavor. Cotton Candy is packed with sweet flavors and a thick pulp. The tree is considered a dwarf variety tree and a great producer. The tree itself can be container grown and pruned to maintain a healthy height of 5-7 feet. Watering only when needed. Remember Mango's don't like to be in wet soil.

Cotton Candy Makes a fun edition to any garden or indoor home plant just the name sounds like a great icebreaker... What kind of mango is that?? and it's in your home?? It's a Cotton Candy Mango Tree and yes it's indoor and grows very well in a container! Wham!



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