A superfood defined by wikipedia is "used to describe foods with supposed health benefits." With that definition my mind immediately goes to foods like kale, spinach, asparagus, apples, cucumbers, onions, swiss chard and sauerkraut.
I was loving those digestive enzymes when my stomach was yelling at me after a bout with the stomach virus! Yesterday, I blogged about it and said I would give you the scoop on what they are and how they work along with some info on probiotics.
As I sit here writing this blog, I am getting over a stomach bug. A bad nasty little creature! I wanted to share what I learned about healing during this virus.
The word alone can set off a myriad of feelings; none positive that I know of. Fear, pity, empathy, anger and sorrow - to name a few.
RIGHT-SIZE YOUR MEALS
I'm on a quest to swap out as many products as I can in my house that have harmful chemicals with ones that don't cause impairment.
I remember when chia was introduced as a 'superfood' and was the trendy thing to buy. The truth is what goes around comes around.
PEPPERMINT TEA INSTEAD OF CANDY
DON'T EAT OVER THE KITCHEN SINK
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