Now that the weather is a wee bit warmer, many of us are thinking about getting outdoors to enjoy the spring air and sunshine. May offers a welcome chance to get out there and be active, whether it's by taking a walk with friends (good for the body and the soul!), enjoying a bike ride or -- depending on the temperatures where you live -- taking a refreshing dip in the nearest body of water. Healthiest Food, Green Food, Food Info, Superfood Super, Seasons Superfoods May, In Seasons, Spring Superfood, Dips, Healthy Living
Superfoods A-to-Z • Here are 26 of our favorites, one for each letter of the alphabet, along with what makes them so super. (Plus a few healthy recipes to help you get super with some superfoods in the kitchen.)
8 SUPERFOODS YOU PROBABLY AREN'T EATING | Sometimes we get caught up in the routine of eating the same foods over and over again. Often times it’s not that healthful eating isn’t tasty, but rather it’s the lack of variety. Adding a variety of super nutrient dense foods to our diet ensures that we’re getting the laundry list of vitamins and minerals that the body needs to thrive. #food #health #diet #wellness #superfoods
To reduce your risk of cancer, look no further than your fridge. "All the studies on cancer and nutrition point to eating plant-based foods for their phytonutrients and other special compounds," says Richard Béliveau, PhD | Health.com
Best Superfoods for Weight Loss. Superfoods build bones, prevent chronic diseases, improve your eyesight, and even keep your mind sharp. But did you know new evidence suggests these foods can also help you get—and stay—slim? - Reasons why I eat Grapefruit like an orange... plus sooo yummy!!!!!!
Bravo to the Avocado — Why It’s Super - The avocado has many nutritional benefits, ranging from cholesterol management and high fiber content to alleviating arthritis and potentially lessening the side effects of chemotherapy. Here are a few key reasons avocado is the way to go:
Watercress contains many phytochemicals, such as glucosinolates, which are plant compounds that offer disease prevention," Livestrong reports. It adds that the peppery, somewhat bitter green "has a higher antioxidant concentration than apples or broccoli."