6 green super foods for ultimate healing and detoxing

6 green super foods for ultimate healing and detoxing

(NaturalHealth365) How many vibrant green super foods do you consume daily? If it’s taking you a minute to answer, you might not be getting enough. Endlessly nutritious, green super foods are nature’s most abundantly available detoxing and rejuvenating healing foods.

In fact, green super foods have been shown in research to not only confer a wide spectrum of daily nutritional requirements, they’ve been observed to help prevent and even crush certain forms of cancer from replicating, soothe hormonal fluctuations and help get rid of chronic fatigue syndrome.

The top 6 super foods for optimal health and healing

Chlorella: Known as one of nature’s sunshine super foods, chlorella imparts its healing powers via digestion, the immune system and blood. Because it is rich in chlorophyll, vitamins B, C and E as well as various minerals, chlorella has long been used along with other healing foods to help the body produce oxygen-rich red blood cell activity.

Recent evidence suggests that adding chlorophyll to your regime boosts immunity in such as way that even cancer has a difficult time standing up to it. But, watch out for claims that chlorella “removes all heavy metals” – that’s not entirely accurate. (some yes, but all of them, no.) For a quality source, you may want to look into: Clean Chlorella, NOW Foods Chlorella, Source Naturals Chlorella, Jarrow Formulas Chlorella or Sun Chlorella.

Barley Grass: If you think you need cow’s milk to get your daily calcium quotas, guess again – boasting 11 times as much calcium than cow’s milk, barely grass is an excellent functional food for people of all ages.

Easy to add to juices, smoothies or consumed as a health tonic shot, barely grass also contains vitamin B12, an essential nutrient that many vegetarians often find themselves lacking. When barley grass is about 12-14 inches high it contains the most bioavailable forms of its nutrients – this means maximum absorption through the digestive system.

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Spirulina: This brilliant green super food is an excellent choice for managing healthy weight loss and a key functional food to assist in stabilizing blood glucose levels, making it especially ideal for diabetics.

If you’re looking to trim animal proteins and worry you won’t get enough, not to fret, spirulina contains approximately 70% protein. A complete protein, meaning it contains all essential amino acids, spirulina is a naturally detoxing food.

If you’re looking for the finest quality spirulina on the planet – visit: Nutrex-Hawaii and order Hawaiian Spirulina.

Leafy greens: While you may already consume broccoli leaves, spinach, collards, swiss chard, mizzen, kale, cilantro and endive, some slightly lesser known leafy greens pack major detoxing properties that help stave off cancer, eliminate heavy metals and regulate immunity.

Watercress: baby leaf watercress contains more antioxidants that found in broccoli and has been shown to reduce cellular damage caused by cancer.

Mustard greens: peppery in taste and similar nutrient density to chard, mustard greens are excellent for cardiovascular and lung health.

Tat soi: rich in vitamins A and C, tat soi can be added to salads or stir fries and confers its benefits to ocular and cardiovascular health.

Bonus Video: How to make a delicious super foods green smoothie

About the author: Christine M. Dionese L.Ac, MSTOM is an integrative health expert, medical journalist and food writer. She’s dedicated her career to helping others understand the science of happiness and its powerful effects on everyday human health. Christine practices, writes and speaks on environmental functional medicine, personalized medicine and epigenetics, food science and sustainable living.


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