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We live in an industrial age of chemical pesticides, chemical fertilizers, toxins from cosmetics, personal care and cleaning products that accumulate in our bodies. How can we survive in a toxic world and boost our immune system?
Low calorie foods supercharged with high amounts of nutrients, minerals and living energy! Contain elements that help to slow the aging process and make you feel young and alive again!
Incredible tasting, satisfying the senses with whole food nutrition...Super food nutrition! Foods that help you find and maintain your ideal, natural body weight!
naturally concentrated -very little is required to achieve significant nutritional benefit source of antioxidants antioxidants prevent or slow damage of bad by - products (free radicals) to our body
help protect the body and promote cellular wellness heal various ailments and health challenges assist in detoxification enhance immune defense
1. Green superfoods full of chlorophyll which helps naturally attract and remove chemicals from your body aid in digestion which boosts your body's immunity to disease
2. Beets help cleanse and detoxify your blood full of natural mineral water to help nourish your skin stimulate your liver to work while protecting it at the same time
3. Shiitake Mushrooms excellent for helping your body lower bad cholesterol stimulate immune cells that help your body detoxify and clear the body of tumor cells more deadly to HIV-infected cells than the popular drug, AZT (designed to delay the progress of AIDS)
4. Apples pectin fibers fight the formation of cancer cells in your colon contain quercetin, a powerful antioxidant that fights cancer, protect your brain from degeneration, fight Alzheimer's disease prevent hypertension
5. Papaya (Hawaiian papaya tastes really good-no strong odor) promotes digestive health with natural enzymes has ability to remove built up waste from the body, which may be in the form of excess fat and weight strong digestion equals a speedy metabolism and stronger immune system has high amount of vitamin C and vitamin A help protect body from infections, colds and flu
6. Kefir cleanses the intestines while adding vitamins and minerals that are easily absorbed into your body establish healthy balance in your digestive tract and colon
similar to yogurt contains beneficial yeast as well as friendly probiotic bacteria found in yogurt Kefir can be made from any type of milk, cow, goat or sheep, coconut, rice or soy
fruit of the Amazon palm tree raw açai tastes like a blend of chocolate and berries very effective when eaten fresh deteriorates quickly after harvesting recommendation- have a vacation in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to eat all the açai berries you can!
1. Açai (Ah sah hee) Berry packed with nutrients like healthy fats, fiber, minerals and amino acids antibacterial, anti- inflammatory, antioxidant helps nourish and regenerate cells
2.Barley packed with fiber, selenium, tryptophan, copper, manganese, phosphorus, vitamin B intestinal powerhouse energy source for the cells in the large intestine barley's fiber alone helps the colon, helps prevent colon cancer, helps to lower cholesterol and clean the liver
3.Broccoli only 30 calories per cup the key protective compound is at least 20 times more concentrated in broccoli sprouts! cancer fighter, immune system booster, vegetarian protein source, bone-building calcium source, cataract preventer
4. Cold pressed Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO) quality unsaturated fat with antioxidant properties good source of Vitamin E reduce your risk for breast and colon cancer, lower your blood pressure and improve your cardiovascular health stir-fry on low heat or use EVOO as a salad dressing to get the most out of it.
5.Garlic used for its medicinal properties for centuries treating arthritis, cataracts, weakened immune systems, cancer, stroke, migraines, viruses and aging aids digestion antioxidant and anti-inflammatory
6. Red wine France has low incidence of heart disease despite their high fat and cholesterol diet due to resveratrol in red wine Has high concentration of Oligomeric Proanthcyanidins (OPC's) OPCs protect the walls of vessels and capillaries in the body Recommendation: Two 4-ounce glasses per day
7. Soy many forms - soybeans, soy milk, miso and tofu just to name a few full of vitamins, minerals, plant proteins, soluble fiber and Omega-3's prevents cardiovascular diseases, cancer and osteoporosis miso or fermented soy is a great source of good bacterium for the digestive system acts as an antioxidant, an anti- inflammatory and antiviral food
8. Walnuts,other nuts and seeds Eating a handful of walnuts everyday (at least five times a day), WILL reduce your chance of getting a heart attack by 15% and as much as 51% reduce the risk of diabetes, cancer and other chronic ailments one of the best sources of plant protein rich omega-3s, magnesium, vitamin e, copper, fiber, vitamin a, biotin, folate, potassium
9. Wild caught salmon the wrinkle cure perfect meat full of essential fats, calcium, magnesium, B-vitamins, long-chain Omega-3 fatty acids richest source of marine derived Omega 3- good or polyunstaruated fat reduce the risk of blood clots, improve cholesterol and help prevent heart attacks
10. Plain non fat yogurt more calcium than milk, more probiotics than Korean kimchi helps prevent osteoporosis, boost immunity and lower the risk of digestive cancers buy unsweetened, fortified with vitamin D to sweeten, add fruits or granola make sure it has either lactobacillus or bifidobacterium or acidophilus
Steven Pratt's SuperFoods Salad (plus Salmon) 1 cup spinach torn into bite-size pieces 1 cup chopped romaine 1/4 cup shredded red cabbage 1/2 cup sliced red bell pepper 1/2 tomato, chopped 1/4 cup chickpeas; if canned, rinse well 1/2 cup grated carrot 1/4 avocado, cubed 3.75 oz can wild salmon or 4 oz hot- or cold-smoked salmon 2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil 1 tbsp balsamic vinegar Handful of chopped fresh herbs (optional) 1 tbsp parmesan
Steven Pratt's SuperFoods Salad (plus Salmon) Combine the spinach, romaine, cabbage, red pepper, tomato, chickpeas, carrot, salmon, and avocado in a bowl. Whisk together the olive oil and vinegar. Toss the dressing with the salad just before serving. More recipes: cfm?x=b6CLG4Q,b1kJpvRw,w
Are you ready to take the first steps to super health? Are you ready to beat your health challenges ? Are you ready to take your health to the next level?
Start at make smart choices from every food group-eat a balanced diet find your balance between food and physical activity of at least 30 minutes everyday get the most nutrition out of your calories: add super foods to your diet