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Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Heartland Spa & Fitness Resort>> Nourish Yourself with Superfoods and a 2-for-1 Retreat! (Lake Geneva,WI.)
Superfoods: An Easy Way
to Boost Your Nutrition!
of us want to eat healthier and time is one of the biggest challenges.
What is the quickest, easiest and most delicious way to improve your
nutritional intake? Superfoods! These convenient, nutrient dense foods
can be added to every meal in seconds! Here are a few of my favorite
superfoods, why I like them and how to use them.
- These tasty little seeds are high in protein, iron, magnesium and
omega 3 fatty acids which many of our diets are lacking. Omega 3s can
help to lower blood pressure, triglycerides, and HDL cholesterol. They
are anti-inflammatory, reduce anxiety and depression, help fight
auto-immune diseases, improve bone strength and are good for your skin.
They are wonderful sprinkled on top of salads, soups and vegetables,
also added to your smoothies, yogurt, oatmeal, rice or quinoa.
- Little bright red dried berries from the Himalayas loaded with
antioxidants and phytonutrients, they are also a complete protein.
Delicious added to cereal or oatmeal, soups, salads, smoothies and
desserts. Soak them in water if you would like them softer and more
Nori, Kelp and Dulse
- Super mineral dense sea vegetables which are high in iodine. Iodine
is important for prevention and healing of breast cancer and for a
healthy thyroid. Nori is the flat green sheet used to make sushi. The
flavor is very light and they can be torn into pieces and added to soups
and salads. Kelp and dulse are often found in flake or powdered form in
the seasoning section and can be sprinkled over soups, salads and
vegetables. Some people use them as a healthy salt substitute on
everything. Give sea vegetables a try, I think you will be surprised at
how good they are!
Superfoods are a quick way to boost your nutrition. Give them a try!
teaches yoga and wellness classes at the Heartland Spa. Contact her for
a free wellness assessment by phone, to find out how she can help you
with your health challenges including cancer, weight loss, autoimmune
disease and more.