Best Protein-rich Foods

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  Protein is a macro-nutrient composed of amino acids. It builds the muscle mass, contributes to metabolism, enhances immunity, improves the mood, promotes healthy brain function, protects heart health, helps maintain strong bones, and promotes longevity.  Tip: Make sure that 30% of your plate contains a high-quality protein at every …

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Magnesium drink with Vitamin C and Apple cider Vinegar (Recipe)

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This Magnesium drink is a combination of Magnesium, Vitamin C and Apple cider Vinegar. All three ingredients are known super foods with lots of health benefits. Magnesium makes us calmer, improves the quality of sleep; vitamin C boosts the immune system; organic apple cider vinegar aids in detoxing the body.  I …

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Sprouted Oat Waffles (Gluten-free)

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These sprouted oat waffles are yummy! No wheat or white flours are used to make them. So they are gluten-free also. These oat waffles can be cooked fluffy or crisp depending what kind of waffle maker or pan you use. Regular waffle makers make crispy waffles from this recipe. No soggy …

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Nourishing Quiche for Breakfast

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When I saw this recipe and checked the ingredient content I loved it.  The recipe seemed very easy and I had almost all the ingredients on my hand so I decided to give it a try. I adapted the recipe from the book “Super Nutrition for Babies” by Mary Enig, Elrich. I was …

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Korean Kimchi & Fermented Carrot Sticks

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Our family loves kimchi and my boys like snacking on fermented carrot sticks. Kimchi is a Lacto-fermented cabbage with added spices and vegetables like ginger, garlic, onions, green onions or chives, and others. Kimchi is one of the best sources of probiotics which is essential for gut health. A healthy …

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Soaked Sprouted Oatmeal Flour Cookies

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I sprout some spelt and whole oats, make a flour from them for some quick cakes or cookies for such times when I have no time or desire for soaking the dough for 12-24 hours. Soaking, sprouting or fermenting the grains before consumption is required to reduce the phytic acid …

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