Top 10 Foods Highest in Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin) Important info for vegetarians or those cutting back on animal protein, deficiencies may lead to fatigue, deficiency, anemia, mania or even damage to brain and central nervous system.
This tiny fruit is loaded with fiber, and is one of the most fiber-rich fruits available. This fruit is easy to digest and contains loads of healthy monounsaturated fats. This helps in maintaining the health of the digestive tract, and proper functioning of pancreas and gall bladder. It also converts beta-carotene into vitamin A which helps in developing a healthy mucosal lining in your GI tract.
Your diet plays an important role in blood pressure regulation. While most of us know we should limit our sodium intake, we should also eat foods rich in potassium, calcium and magnesium. Eating a wide-ranging diet filled with fruits and vegetables can also help lower blood pressure by providing fiber, nitrates, and unique plant nutrients.
Click through to download a free checklist of this infographic and a sample low-FODMAP menu! When we eliminate wheat and certain high-fodmap fruits and vegetables, it can be a huge challenge to get enough fiber on the low-FODMAP diet. Fiber is key for keeping digestion regular, especially with IBS-C. Building your meals around these fiber rich foods can really help! Click through or head over to http://calmbellykitchen.com/blog/how-can-i-get-more-fiber-on-the-low-fodmap-diet & get the…
Nutiva recommends adding this to your daily menu: 3 Tablespoons of Coconut Oil 2 Tablespoons of Chia Seed 2 Tablespoons of Hempseed 1 Tablespoon of Hemp Oil Is a great way to boost your intake of nutrient-dense superfoods rich in protein, fiber, good fats, vitamins and minerals. Adding 6-8 tablespoons of certified-organic coconut, hemp, and chia to your diet does’t leave a lot of room for empty carbs or sugary sweets! The Nutiva Daily 3•2•2•1