Rhubarb is a widely known plant in the mid-west. My great-grandma had a few patches just steps from her front door. I remember the tartness of them but love the pies she’d make. It is widely considered as a vegetable, but in America, it is considered a fruit, since it is mainly used as a fruit in culinary practices. rhubarb is one of the first food plants harvested, usually in mid- to late spring (April/May in the Northern Hemisphere and the season for field-grown plants lasts until September.
This "season" has really been stressful and inconsistent so the orange juice blend I am drinking in my video is my 2nd way I'm trying to detox and cleanse my system. It's gentle and uneventful (and the 5 pounds gone is amazing). Get your 3 day sample experience!
One of the main reasons why people cultivate and eat rhubarb is for its astounding nutritional value. Some of the health benefits of rhubarb include its ability to aid weight loss, improve digestion, prevent Alzheimer’s disease, stimulate bone growth, avoid neuronal damage, increase skin health, prevent cancer, optimize metabolism, improve circulation and protect against various cardiovascular conditions.
Here are the 3 amazing recipes I came up with and they are NOT full of sugar!
Since I kind of threw things together, I of course detailed out the recipes in this quick and simple download! Just click the link below!