I believe that foods can provide our best
nutrition if we are buying wholesome, organic products. The more
natural anything is, the better it is for you. Also, some
simple, inexpensive household items we always seem to have on
hand can provide us with some incredible health benefits.
4 items that you should always have on hand:
Nowadays everyone wants to buy supplements for
everything which can get very costly and some of these may be providing
you with more than you need, which is not a good thing. Too much of
anything is bad for you; even water. Next time look to find out what
foods might supply you with that nutrient(s). The only supplement all of
us definitely need that our food supply cannot provide is more than our
food is omega 3’s.
The World’s Healthiest Foods List:
This is an excellent website for looking up foods
high in essential nutrients – vitamins, minerals, enzymes, etc. I am a
big promoter of eating healthier foods versus turning to supplements
This subset of the above link is a list of
nutritious foods and you can click on each to see the nutritional
Cider vinegar is a great, natural, and very
inexpensive addition to your health regime. It’s not only packed full of
vitamins and minerals, it’s great for reducing cholesterol, better
circulation, helping in weight loss, candida, and blood pressure just to
name a few of the benefits. Also it can help alleviate headaches and
allergies. I use Braggs and it’s easily found in most health food
stores. For more information on the health benefits you can also Google:
health benefits of cider vinegar. Here are just a few of the sites:
Contrary to some beliefs, molasses is an excellent
source of many nutrients, including some iodine:
Great for the heart and all your organs as it is a great stimulator.
Also stops bleeding. Shirley’s Wellness Café (lots of other great info
Worlds Healthiest Foods
Did you know that honey is the only food in the
world that never spoils? Honey is not only good for our insides but has
many uses on the outside of the body, too.
Combined, these 2 foods create a very powerful duo
for many ailments. Cinnamon alone has many benefits, too:
Omega 3 for health:
We cannot get enough omega 3 in our diet no matter
how much fish you eat. There are several good ways to add omega 3
healthy fatty acids to your diet. With my biofeedback therapies I see
many people who are deficient in fatty acids.
Foods rich in Omega 3:
The following are products I have used or am using:
Carlson’s Fish Oils: readily found in most health food
stores (cod liver oil contains more vitamins A & D.
Antartic Krill Oil (Dr. Mercola’s site):
ProOmega Pharmaceutical grade capsules by Nordic Naturals
– look around online for various prices
Udo’s Choice Oil Blend:
I actually buy this in quart bottles for a great price at: Get-Huge.net
Virgin Coconut Oil:
Virgin coconut oil is another great way to get essential fatty
acids. I have been using their products for over 2 years. I also
use the coconut soap, lotion and have recently tried their cleaning
and laundry products.
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Nature’s Best Greens:
This is the brand I use but there are other good greens products on the
market. Make a smoothie for breakfast and add some extra nutrition with