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|Posted on October 19, 2016 at 5:41 PM||comments (16)|
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|Posted on January 28, 2016 at 1:05 PM||comments (14)|
Are you looking for a nutritious snack that will enhance your health? Look no further!
Pistachios are health-bombs in a shell, and they taste amazing! Try them on their own, or crush them on top of your yogurt or fruit salad. Always choose unsalted pistachios, and prefer the raw ones over roasted.
Pistachios will help reduce your:
Nutritional benefits of pistachios:
Pistachios are very high in various antioxidants with many effects:
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|Posted on November 18, 2013 at 1:49 PM||comments (23)|
1. Spinach is 30% protein, with a complete amino-acid profile. This means that is contains all of the essential amino acids, and is an excellent protein source.
2. Spinach contains high levels of the amino acid tryptophan, which contributes to good mood and decreasing appetite.
3. Research shows that spinach contributes to cancer prevention and slows down cancer progression. This is particularly true for breast & prostate cancers.
4. Spinach is anti-inflammatory, and will help to ward off any –itis condition you may have.
5. Spinach is very high in vitamin K, which help in maintaining healthy bones.
One great way to enjoy your spinach daily:
In a blender or a food processor, blend:
This drink is a great afternoon boost!
|Posted on October 14, 2013 at 1:18 PM||comments (15)|
(Heart lovin’ recipe below)
Because heart disease is the leading cause of death world wide, across all countries & income levels (according to the World Health Organization).
Heart disease, also called cardiovascular disease (CVD), is a term that includes:
- Narrowing and/or hardening of blood vessels.
- Irregular heart beat
- Heart abnormalities you were born with
They are responsible for transferring blood throughout your body. Your blood contains oxygen & important nutrients such as vitamins, as well as hormones that will keep you sexually active.
When there is damage to the cells lining your arteries, your body will deposit materials to cover up the damage. One of those materials (but definitely not the only one) is cholesterol. This deposit for the cover-up of a damaged artery is called plaque. Plaque will cause your arteries to narrow down, to the point where the blood flow is hindered. When the blood flow is hindered, heart attack & stroke may result.
Great question! That’s what I’m here for!
The holistic point of view focuses mainly on prevention at the initial level of disease: Preventing damage to the blood vessels.
The best solution for damage prevention is antioxidants. Antioxidants are the compounds that give fruit and vegetables their vibrant colours. Different antioxidants give off different colours, so your number one task in preventing heart disease is to eat fruits and vegetables of different colours daily.
There are also some specific foods that research proved to be beneficial in maintaining good cardiovascular profile:
Gabby’s Five for preventing heart disease:
Heart Lovin’ Breakfast
Yield: 1 serving.