Super Foods

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Introducing favorite superfoods and their recipes is a weekly feature at Kitchen Table Medicine. By gradually “making friends” with the most healthy foods from nature and learning how to incorporate them in to your diet you should notice a remarkable improvement in your health! Most superfoods are simply high in anti-oxidants and thus slow down the natural destructive process of the tissues in our bodies. Eating a diet rich in antioxidants will help to prevent aging as well as a myriad of other chronic complaints and inflammation. Other superfoods are super because they are rich in certain vitamins, minerals or other nutrients that benefit the body in a significant way.

Everyone is always invited to add their favorite recipes using that superfood to each post for all to enjoy!

Foods listed without pictures will be topics of future weekly discussions. If you care to submit a recipe to be featured in that article you may send it in a basic word document to:

DrSundene@KitchenTableMedicine.com

Otherwise have fun clicking on the pictures below to learn what makes that food so special and how it will help make you that much more super!

Blueberries

Cranberries

Pomegranate

Butterfish

Almonds, almond butter

Apples

Beets

Broccoli

Carrots

Cherry

Chickpeas

Chocolate

Cilantro

Coconut

Flaxseed and flaxseed oil (not cooked)

Ginger

Kale

Kidney beans

Nettles

Oats

Olives…olive oil

Papaya

Parsley

Peaches (organic)

Pears

Pine nuts

Pistachios

Pumpkin seeds (raw not cooked)

Quinoa

Raisin

Raspberry

Brown rice

Rosemary

Romaine lettuce

Sage

Salmon

Sesame butter (raw)

Spinach

Spirulina

Sprouts

Squash

Tapioca

Turmeric

Walnuts (raw)

Watermelon

Zuchini

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