We’ve all heard the term “superfoods.” But what does it mean? The truth is, no one food can single-handedly improve a poor diet or stave off chronic illness. Physicians and nutrition experts agree that eating a variety of colorful fruits and vegetables is key to good health.
It’s also important to limit sodium and refined sugar. But certain foods do provide greater health benefits than most. We refer to them as “superfoods.”
Add these nutrient-packed nibbles to your diet to make the most of your menu and feel the positive changes in your body.
Winter is a challenging season for most of us. What with fighting the weather, the long nights and the flu season, it’s easy to get depleted. Please join us in this web class to explore healing foods to make it through the winter in great shape. We’ll talk warming food that support stamina, immune strength and healthy sleep.