About Brenda Cobb

Brenda Cobb is the author of The Living Foods Lifestyle and founder of The Living Foods Institute, an educational center and therapy spa in Atlanta offering Healthy Lifestyle courses on nutrition, cleansing, healing, anti-aging, detoxification, relaxation and cleansing therapies. For more information, call 404-524-4488 or 1-800-844-9876 and visit LivingFoodsInstitute.com.



Author Archives: Brenda Cobb

Extraordinary Eggplant

September 28th, 2018 | by Brenda Cobb

by Brenda Cobb Beneath its shiny, colorful surface, the eggplant harbors a plethora of health-building properties that may surprise people. [&hellip


Krazy Kool Kiwi

July 30th, 2018 | by Brenda Cobb

By Brenda Cobb Kiwi is an unusual-looking fruit with a vibrant green interior specked with little black seeds, and a [&hellip


THE great GREEN BEAN

June 30th, 2018 | by Brenda Cobb

by Brenda Cobb Green beans are relatively easy to grow and are grown all over the world. In the United [&hellip


Rich Red Raspberries

May 31st, 2018 | by Brenda Cobb

Eating a bowl of fresh raspberries can be one of summer’s tastiest pleasures. Not surprisingly, raspberries are the third most [&hellip


Raw Choices Bear More Fruit

May 1st, 2018 | by Brenda Cobb

by Brenda Cobb The English word “fruit” comes from the Latin verb “frui,” meaning to enjoy or take pleasure in. [&hellip


Magic Mushrooms

March 30th, 2018 | by Brenda Cobb

Almost all of us are familiar with mushrooms and the beneficial powers. They can protect us against diseases and infections, [&hellip


Healthy Heart, HEALTHY YOU

February 1st, 2018 | by Brenda Cobb

by Brenda Cobb Hearts work hard. To give them the tender loving care they need to stay strong and healthy, [&hellip


WANT TO GET RICH? Eat Collards!

January 1st, 2018 | by Brenda Cobb

by Brenda Cobb Collard greens are a late-winter crop mostly grown and eaten in the South. Traditionally, collard greens were [&hellip


The Delicious Orange

December 4th, 2017 | by Brenda Cobb

Oranges, native to China and other places in the Far East, originally were small, bitter and full of seeds. Thanks [&hellip



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