Infographic - Green Power! Why is Kale, Avocado, Broccoli, Kiwi, and Green Tea so good for us? Get your hands on some of this green power and try our Lucky Green Smoothie and our Kale & Orange Salad. #UWeightLoss
<p>Go, go, go. Hurry, hurry, hurry. Grab a bite here, grab a bite there. We all live such busy lives these day and so busy at times, that too often, do not fuel our bodies with the essential nutrients they need to function optimally. So slow down and take a breather and refresh yourself with our complimentary infographics on vitamins and minerals, why you need them, and in what foods you can get them from.</p>
Ensure your diet is complete after a break with vital nutrients that will speed healing improve recovery. Healing Herbs: Arnica, fresh Comfrey leaves ACV as a paste, Turmeric (prevents scar tissue, inflammation stretching ligaments). Foods high in mineral
• RAW VS. COOKED • 1) broccoli. 2) carrots. 3) tomatoes.. How you prepare your food can make a difference to how nutritious it is. Valuable nutrients can be lost when heating food, but cooking can enhance other vitamins and minerals. Many nutritionists agree that eating a mixture of raw and cooked vegetables is best. Most experts agree that the best way of cooking vegetables is to lightly steam them. Microwaving and baking also leads to the lowest losses of anti-oxidants.