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Foods With Healing Powers

Food HEALING Powers with As part of a healthy diet, whole foods play a significant role in helping our bodies function at their best. Kiwi Fruit Kiwifruit is often prescribed as part of a dietary regimen to battle cancer and heart disease, and in Chinese medicine it's used to accelerate the healing of wounds and sores. HOW MUCH? Aim to eat to Z kiwifruit a day while they're in season, for the best taste and nutrition. In Chinese medicine, cherries are routinely used as a remedy for Cherries gout, arthritis, and rheumatism (as well as anemia, due to their high iron content). HOW MUCH? Aim for a daily serving while they're in season locally. Guava offers more than 60 percent more potassium than a banana, Guaras which can help protect against heart disease and stroke HOW MUCH? One to two guavas a day is a good goal. Beans Beans are a miracle food. They lower cholesterol, regulate blood sugar and insulin production, promote digestive health, and protect against cancer. HOW MUCH? Aim for a minimum of two servings of beans per week. Watereress The nutrients in watercress protect against cancer and macular degeneration, help build the immune system, and support bone health. HOW MUCH? Eat watercress daily if you can. Spinach A carotenoid found in spinach not only kills prostate cancer cells, it also prevents them from multiplying. HOW MUCH? Fresh spinach should be a daily staple in your diet. Onions Onions have super antioxidant power. They contain quercetin, natural antihistamine that reduces airway inflammation and helps relieve symptoms of allergies and hay fever. HOW MUCH? For all the health benefits onions provide, it would be ideal to eat one a day. Carrots also contain the carotenoids lutein and zeaxanthin, which work together to promote eye health and prevent macular degeneration and cataracts. Carrots HOW MUCH? Eat a serving of carrots each day if you can, and enjoy them year-round. Cabbage builds strong bones, dampens allergic reactions, reduces inflammation, and promotes gastrointestinal health. Cabbage HOW MUCH? The more cabbage you can include in your diet, the better. Vegetarian Recipes Brought to you by G GOURMANDIA Source: health.yahoo.net/caring/12-foods-with-super-healing-powers

Foods With Healing Powers

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Prevention and management of illness can often significantly be helped through the foods you eat.

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