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Are Your Foods Super?  My top “superfood” selections

Are Your Foods Super? My top “superfood” selections

Long ago, I learned that we really are what we eat and that the fuel we use for our bodies should possess the utmost quality and highest standards.  To that end, it has been my mission to consume the best foods for my body and assist my family, friends and clients to do the same.  Here are my top picks for feeling your best with the help of the most effective superfoods available in markets today.

Wheatgrass

Wheatgrass is immensely nutritious and full of vitamins, minerals and amino acids.  Its juice has a high concentration of chlorophyll, which has purification properties.  It’s also especially high in vitamins B-12, B-6, K, C and beta-carotene.  In my own experience, I have used it as one component of different healing modalities implemented to shrink my own tumor years ago and to help my children repair broken bones more quickly.  I consume it regularly to detoxify and feel that it increases both my energy level and my sense of well-being.

Hemp Hearts™

Raw, shelled hemp seeds have been my go-to superfood to help maintain my weight and ensure I’m getting the right amount of protein.  Benefits include weight loss, increased energy, faster healing from disease or injury, lowered cholesterol and blood pressure, reduced inflammation in the body and an overall immune system improvement.  Read more about this natural blood sugar controlling food, ideal for diabetics, at www.healing-source.com.

Kale

I dehydrate and season kale for a delicious snack that is sur

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e to provide me with a wealth of nutrients and increased energy.  If you don’t own a dehydrator, don’t worry; follow this simple recipe from Eating Well.  It is sure to get you hooked on these delicious crispy bites, full of antioxidants and vitamin A.

Coconut

I use coconut oil in lieu of other oils for cooking.  It’s safe for cooking at high temperatures.  I also use coconut water as a drink.  When I feel run down, coconut water is my go-to source for a quick pick-me-up; think of it as a rehydrating alternative to popular sports’ drinks.  Each morning, my husband and I use coconut cream right from the glass jar as a moisturizing cream.  Coconut boasts many health benefits as well, including attributes that boost heart health, metabolism and immunity.  This recent article by Dr. Joseph Mercola outlines just how coconut oil works wonders within our bodies.

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