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Foods that have garnered the “superfood” label, are foods that are nutritionally dense. Some examples of “superfoods” are Kale, Wheat Grass, Brussel Sprouts, Chlorella.

10 Benefits of Almonds

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Year after year, the American love affair with the almond just continues to grow stronger. Since 1980, American consumption of almonds has sky-rocketed by 400%, going from a quarter pound per year to 2 pounds per year for the average American. That's because almonds are very versatile and can be used in many different...

10 Health Benefits of Oatmeal

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If you aren’t yet acquainted with oatmeal now is the time! If you already are, then great, but you may not know just how good oatmeal is for you. In both cases, read on! Americans on average eat over 10 pounds of oatmeal every year. And while that’s good, the American heart association recommends that...

10 Health Benefits of Bananas

10 Benefits of Bananas
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One medium sized banana offers up decent amounts of vitamin C, vitamin B6, manganese, potassium, iron magnesium, copper, and fiber, all for around 90 calories. When it comes to getting and staying healthy, here’s 10 reasons why you should go bananas for bananas!1 Benefit of Bananas #1: Helps Stabilize Blood Sugar Bananas are rich in a...

10 Benefits of Oatmeal

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Americans on average eat over 10 pounds of oatmeal every year. And while that’s good, the American heart association recommends that Americans actually double that intake!   Oatmeal is absolutely jammed full of goodness. It’s low fat, generous in fiber, antioxidants, manganese, phosphorous, magnesium, iron, zinc, copper, folate and vitamins B1 and B5. That means...

10 Benefits of Kale

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Kale has seen a surge in popularity in the last few years, and understandably so as it is packed with an array of vitamins, minerals and nutrients that are great for the body. In 2018, the average American ate 2 to 3 cups of Kale a year. One cup of Kale comes in at just...

10 Benefits of Chlorella

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Chlorella has been around for literally billions of years.  It is after all a very basic single-cell organism and predates us by an extraordinarily long time.  The fact that it’s been around for so long gives testament to the fact that it must be doing something seriously right!  Long used in Asia (Japan in...

10 Benefits of Brussels Sprouts

10 Benefits of Brussels Sprouts
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If you are looking for a vegetable that is rich in nutrients, is really flavorful, and is easy to prepare, look no further than Brussel Sprouts! This calciferous treat, named after a region in Belgium, is a close family member of broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, and other similar vegetables. Brussel Sprouts are an extremely nutritious vegetable...

10 Surprising Benefits of Wild Rice

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While wild rice is low in calories it is especially rich in fiber and antioxidants. Wild rice also has a lower and better GI at 45 compared to white rice coming in at 76. Wild rice also provides generous amounts of vital nutrients such as vitamin A, vitamin B2 (riboflavin), vitamin B6 (folate), iron,...

10 Benefits of Spirulina and Why You Need it Daily During the Covid19 Pandemic

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Spirulina is a blue-green algae and is one of the oldest life forms on Earth, dense with nutrients and bursting with goodness.  Its make-up resembles the coil like shape of DNA, hence it derives its name from the Latin word for a small coil – spirula.  And unlike Latin lessons, you really won’t be...

5 Benefits of Starting Your Day with Lemon Water

5 Benefits of Starting Your Day with Lemon Water
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Lemon water is literally laced with benefits for your body. And here are five of the very best! Lemon Water Benefit #1: Keeps your body hydrated One of the most basic things we can do to ensure our well-being is to stay hydrated. And what better way to do that than with a...
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