You may have heard of the Atkins diet, the Blood Type Diet, and more recently the Keto and Paleo Diet, all of which are examples of fad diets.
Parsley is the richest source of iron from any leafy green that you’d get from the supermarket. One cup of parsley will also provide up to 10% RDA of copper, 7% RDA of magnesium, 7% RDA of potassium, 6% RDA of zinc, and 5% RDA of phosphorus.
Fat is a major source of energy and aids your body in absorbing vitamins. It’s important for proper growth, development and keeping you healthy.
Many people are concerned about being overweight and so they restrict fat in their diet in order to lose weight. But we need to eat a certain amount of fat for our bodies to be able to carry out many important and essential functions. Reducing dietary fat to an unnaturally low level leads to disease and will cause the body to hold onto the fat it has in defense.
Culinary herbs and spices are not just for flavoring our food but they also providing a veritable feast of health-giving phytonutrients, making them superfoods in their own right.
Because zucchini is relatively high in fiber and low in calories, it provides a low GI (15) food with a high nutrient value. This means zucchini is an ideal food during your detox or slim program and will help reduce cravings and balance blood sugars.
Let’s talk about the humble Brussel sprout! Not every child’s favorite food but a super healthy vegetable.
I’m going to break it down a little on the health benefits front and share my ultra simple recipe below.
A vegetable drastically underestimated.