Many pet owners are beginning to understand that turmeric can be a wonderful supplement for their furry friends!Read More Turmeric for your pets??
Is turmeric really as good as they say it is?? To answer that, let me share my personal experience: As a youth and young adult, I spent far too many hours in the weight room—I was what they used to call a gym rat. I weighed 250+, bench pressed 400+, squatted 500+, and had […]Read More Belizean Turmeric Paste
With all the hype around Ketosis, Keto-Friendly diets, Paleo diets, and every other high fat low carb diet out there people are looking for a good high quality source of fat! I’d like to share yet another gem of the jungle! Belizean Cohune Nut Oil, supplied by Maya Mountain Coffee and Spice Company in conjunction […]Read More Cohune Nut Oil–The Real World Fountain of Youth??
There’s a lot of exciting buzz around turmeric these days, and there’s plenty of good reason for it.The plant’s bright yellow roots contain an extraordinarily powerful compound called curcumin that has the unique ability to block an enzyme that causes inflammation, while combating free-radical damage to highly sensitive vital organs like your brain and heart. Most commercially available […]Read More Is Turmeric the Natural Remedy of the Century?
We would like to thank those who have helped to make our Amazon Marketplace launch successful! After just 1 week we have hit the #1 ranking for their smoothie category!! Since the introduction, we have had several requests for recipes and ideas on how and where to use our Belizean Smoothie Pak. So, we thought we’d […]Read More Smoothie Recipies
Eric and Cindy Noel of Warriors Mark, Pennsylvania would like to announce that Maya Mountain Coffee and Spice Company is making available an exciting array of Belizean sourced spices, coffee, and more on a sales platform that helps to benefit the poverty-stricken nation.Read More Maya Mountain Coffee and Spice Company Celebrates Launch With A Portion of Profits Going to Empower Villages in Southern Belize.
On Jan 24th, I wrote about our visit to San Pablo, and rather than rehash the entire story, I’ll just link you to the post—if you have not read it, I strongly encourage you to at least skim to over to get the full magnitude of which will follow! We visited San Pablo last week […]Read More Thank God for Answered Prayers!
This is an amazing culture, a strong people who have a streak of self reliance and work ethic that mimics that which made America great—If it is God’s will we will pull ourselves up by our bootstraps and just get ‘er done! When we were first introduced to Belize, we seemed to think that we […]Read More Finding our place…
I just wanted to take a few minutes to help you understand how things sometimes go here in Belize… Yesterday we left Punta Gorda and headed north (4 hours on the road)–we needed to get Ministry of Ag approval and clearance to bring vegetable seeds in to Belize…CHECK! We needed to connect with Tina […]Read More The Best Laid Plans…
If you have been at a harvest dinner, you have heard about our friends from San Pablo—that’s the remote community we talked about that is surrounded by banana fields. You have heard that they worked for $.75 / hour from 8 am – 10 pm six days a week just to provide the basics for […]Read More What will they do now?