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Superfoods Superfoods are a special category of foods found in nature. By definition they are calorie sparse and nutrient dense meaning they pack a lot of punch for their weight as far as goodness goes. They are superior sources of anti-oxidants and essential nutrients - nutrients we need but cannot make ourselves. We all may be adding more salads and vegetables to our diets, but concern over the quality of foods grown on mineral depleted soils makes Superfoods an intelligent choice. For more information on how to use Superfoods in your day to day life please have a look at our our superfood greens and browse the pages on 5 most important categories of superfoods below. Superfoods
10 Foods High in Vitamin D 10 Foods High in Vitamin D Although we can find many foods in the supermarket that have been fortified with a synthetic form of vitamin D, there are only a select number of foods that naturally contain vitamin D. Normally, our body takes in vitamin D in the form of sun-synthesis through the skin. But in our modern times, where many of us spend countless hours indoors, our actual exposure to the sun is limited. This fact may be a principle cause of many ailments, including depression [1]. Personal Disclaimer: I follow an organic vegan diet and I personally use Vitamin D3 serum from premier research labs or consume Shiitake mushrooms. I also make sure I get some sunlight everyday.
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Food Safety Modernization Act of 2010, may be the most dangerous bill in the history of the US.
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Eating Brown Rice to Cut Diabetes Risk - Well Blog Eating Brown Rice to Cut Diabetes Risk - Well Blog Francesco Tonelli for The New York TimesBrown rice contains fiber and nutrients that may help ward off diabetes. Next time you order takeout wonton soup and a spicy Number 82, you might want to make sure it comes with brown rice. Brown rice is a whole grain — white rice before it has been refined and polished and stripped of the bran covering, which is high in fiber and nutrients. Brown rice also has a lower glycemic index than white rice, which means it doesn’t cause blood glucose levels to rise as rapidly.
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