Choose beans that are dark green, firm, and glossy, free of blemishes, wrinkling, or yellowing. If you choose to buy frozen green beans, shake the container to make sure that the beans move freely and do not seem to be clumped together, because when they are clumped together it suggests that they have been thawed then refrozen. Try to consume fresh or frozen green beans, as canned green beans are processed and don't contain the same nutrients and health benefits. Furthermore, canned beans contain higher amounts of sodium and often contain additives.
Brussels sprouts are also a great immune boosting food because they are high in vitamin C and other important immune boosting nutrients. They are high in folic acid, thiamine, potassium, zinc, selenium, beta carotene, fiber, and vitamins B6, C, and K. They also have small amounts of omega-3 fatty acids. Because brussels sprouts have a strong flavor, they can be an acquired taste
Perfect for a quick breakfast or a pre or post workout boost, this creamy, dreamy smoothie loaded with Vitamins A, C, E, and B-Complex as well as free-radical fighting antioxidants is all you need to nourish, energize, and revitalize your body, mind, and spirit.
This is my most beloved recipe for gluten-free waffles. Crisp on the outside, light and fluffy in the inside, they’re exactly what a waffle should taste like. Forget those nasty chemicals and empty calories the frozen varieties are laden with; these make a perfect autumn breakfast or even a pre-workout power snack.
Turmeric is one of nature’s most powerful healers. It has been used in Ayurvedic Traditional Chinese Medicine for years to treat a variety of maladies like inflammation, indigestion, cold and flu, and gum disease, and even helps stimulate bile production in the liver. Turmeric has recently become more popular due to ...