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The Healing Powers Of Superfoods


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The Healing Powers Of Superfoods


There is no official list of superfoods, as any food is both beneficial and harmful to us. While this book contains recipes, it is intended to be more of a reference book than a cookbook. It is divided into six parts. With the exception of Part 2, each part contains one or two chapters that support Part 2. Part 1 (two chapters) introduces the concept of superfoods and its history. Part 2 contains twenty chapters, with each chapter devoted to a superfood. The remaining four parts focus on health and beauty, home remedies, fitness and health, and read more like additional areas to explore.


The number of personal anecdotes detracts from the factual content in the chapters. The information presented in this book could be condensed, which perhaps would have allowed for a more balanced discussion of the superfoods selected. As it stands now, it could do a better job as a recipe book, and a reference source.


The term superfood, a nutrient-rich food considered to be especially beneficial for health and well-being, was first used in 1915 (Merriam-Webster.com). However, the seemingly unending search for the best, most potent cure-all or health-promoting remedy (be it food, drink, or supplement) is not solely a modern obsession; even though it may seem to be a product of our times with increasing sedentary lifestyles and higher caloric intake. As we look back through the history of chocolate, we can see that there has been a long-term love affair and belief in the healing powers of this proposed superfood.


As can be seen after thousands of years of collective (if sometimes controversial) scientific, medicinal, religious, and cultural evidence, chocolate does indeed seem to have healing powers and just may be the original superfood.


There is no official list of superfoods, no FDA definition, and no generally agreed upon standard for what makes a food super. Basically, super foods are foods that are nutrient-dense: they pack a lot of healthy bang for the buck.


A forthcoming book called The Healing Powers of Superfoods gives a list of the top 20 superfoods. They include turkey, potatoes, leafy greens, apples, berries, nuts and seeds, and whole grains.The American Heart Association lists poultry, pumpkin, and beans along with those foods. The Harvard Medical School offers a list of 12 superfoods including cruciferous veggies like Brussels sprouts, walnuts, and dark chocolate.


After years of struggling with a host of unpleasant symptoms, I discovered the healing power of whole foods. Research and personal trial and error has taught me that one of the best things I can do for my body and mind is to honor it with a sound foundation. One of the pillars of this foundation is whole foods.


After about a year eating a primarily vegan, whole food diet, I found out I was pregnant for the second time. This came as a total shock as I had almost given up on the possibility of becoming pregnant after the hormonal issues started. While they did show major signs of improvement during the journey, this positive news confirmed the healing powers of all that I had done.


Each superfood blend is easy to use and delicious to taste. Simply mix it with water or your favorite beverage while on the go. Elevate your day with superfoods that taste great and help make other healthy choices that much easier.


Proper nutrition and hydration are absolutely essential to the substance abuse healing process because they help restore physical and mental health, thus improving the chance of recovery. Nutrient deficiencies can also lead to complications by producing symptoms of depression, anxiety and low energy, all of which can lead someone to start using drugs or alcohol or trigger a full relapse.


Superfoods are so nutrient dense that they are placed in a category all their own. They contain large doses of antioxidants, polyphenols, vitamins, and minerals. Eating superfoods regularly may reduce the risk of chronic disease and extend li




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