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Super food, super yummy

Super food, super yummy

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The modern lifestyle directly affects our health physically and mentally. We don’t sleep as well as we used to, we are affected by stress, and our eating habits are poorer than they used to be.

Our diet consists mostly on simple carbohydrates that do not provide the vitamins and minerals that are essential for our health; instead they provide us the fullness of the moment and immediately decompose to white plain sugar.

In order to improve the nutritional value of our diet, effortlessly and without extreme diets, it is important to combine in our daily diet foods that will give us energy and other essential ingredients that will provide our bodies the power and health benefits we need,  so we can cope with the challenges of the modern world routine.

A group of super foods can be adapted to our way of life; they are rich in medicinal qualities, mineral substances, vitamins, antioxidants and more. Each super food contains a large number of health components and by combining of one or more super foods on the daily menu, we ensure good health and we increase our body’s energy day by day.

Two super foods that you should introduce to your kitchen:

Kale

Kale

Kale

Among the foods that are considered as super food we can find Kyle. Super Vegetable, relative of cabbage from the cruciferous vegetables. Kale is rich in vitamin A, vitamin K, antioxidants, beta-carotene, vitamin C and many others. Kale has a number of species differenced by the size of the leaves, their color and the fleshy. This special vegetable came from the cold Europe, from the tradition of family casserole cooking in the cold winter days. Later on Kale started to appear in the United States, where it was presented in a modern way of cooking and was combined in many kinds of local specialties, like oven chips Kale. This vegetable can fit in the kitchen as the star of the dish, for example: Kale balls in goat yogurt sauce with herbs, or as vegetable side dish like Kale Stir-fried with soy and sesame or Kale oven with hot raw tehina.

Goji  Berry

The sentence “good things come in small packages,” was written on the Goji berry.

This small reddish fruit has a sweet flavor and unique aroma. The Goji berry is loaded with all the best in terms of health. It strengthens the immune system, improves vision, boosts sexual energy, and supports neurological brain function, antioxidant and hormonal balance. Goji berry can be introduced in your home kitchen as a part of refreshing shakes or smoothies like strawberry mint and Goji Berry, or as an addition to rice and casseroles, the Goji Berry will provide its special aroma and unique taste to every dish.

 

Combining these two foods in your home kitchen, and you will ensure health care for you and your family.

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