Aloe Vera Believed to be a food of long-lasting youth and rapid healing. The anti-inflammatory power in acute inflammation is one of its best known actions. The gel of the Aloe Vera can be used topically or add to your daily juice. http://www.foodmatters.tv/skin-care-buying-guide
Hemp Seeds One of the most nutritionally complete foods containing all nine essential amino acids making them exceptionally high in protein whilst also high in omega 3 and 6 fatty acids and minerals. Eat them as a snack, add to a salad or use the hemp oil in your smoothie. http://www.foodmatters.tv/skin-care-buying-guide
RADISHES A great detoxifier, radishes are great at removing waste and toxins from both the stomach and liver. They are also a natural diuretic and help treat urinary and kidney conditions, not to mention fight cancer, hydrate your skin, reduce fevers, and even treat insect bites. See more at: http://www.elizabethrider.com/top-10-healthy-spring-foods-how-to-use-them/#sthash.UjQOKzcF.dpuf
Ginger If you don’t have fresh ginger, chew on a strip of crystalized ginger, suggests Freuman. Ginger is an anti-spasmodic that aids digestion and relaxes the digestive tract muscles. Ginger tea works too: Simply steep thin slices of fresh ginger root in hot water. Shared by: http://www.prevention.com/food/10-foods-that-beat-bloat/ginger
Fennel An age-old remedy for gas and bloating. Not only is the licorice-tasting spice a digestive stimulant that can speed up food transit time, fennel can also boost bile production in the gut to help break down foods. Keep some seeds in a baggy in your purse to pop postmeal, or sip fennel tea. SharedContinue reading
Legumes Good for: Weight Loss Beans are one of your best bets if you’re trying to drop pounds, says Joseph Colella, MD, a bariatric surgeon at Magee-Womens Hospital in Pittsburgh. “Your body has to work to break down the bean to get through the fiber,” he explains, “so you’re actually expending energy to digest it.”Continue reading
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