Tip of the day
Water Is Essential To Your HealthWe all need water.
In fact, water is absolutely fundamental to long-term health. Daily water delivers oxygen to your body;
nourishes your body’s cells, which perform a wide range of necessary duties. Helps flush out toxins,
aids in a healthy digestive system, breaks down your food for nutrition; and protects your vital organs.
Some researchers also believe that water may also be the most important “nutrient” for cancer prevention. as published in the Journals of Clinical Oncology .
Cacao Nibs - High in antioxidant, fiber, magnesium. Cacao is likely the single greatest weight-loss tool because it shuts off the appetite, is a natural energy booster, aphrodisiac and mood enhancer.
Chia Seeds - Rich in omega 3 fatty acids, increases energy levels, helps regulate blood sugar, improves digestion, improves complexion, boost mental sharpness and improves sleep.
Coconut Flakes - Great source of iron, protein, fiber, zinc, antioxidants, helps regulate blood sugar.
Goji Berries - High in antioxidants, loaded with beta-carotene (a pigment found in plants and fruits), which helps promote healthy skin, low in calories, fat-free, high in fiber, an excellent source of vitamin C
Hemp Seeds - One of the Earth's most nutritious seeds. They contain nine essential amino acids, Omega-3,6. Full of protein (33%) and are rich in vitamin E and iron.
Oat Bran - Lowers cholesterol levels.
Pumpkin Seeds - High in protein, fiber, minerals, unsaturated fats. Helps to lower blood pressure and cholesterol.
Raisins - Iron, potassium, phytonutrients and antioxidants, quick boost of energy.
Sesame Seeds - High in zinc, magnesium and protein.
Sunflower Seeds - High in vitamin B, minerals such as copper and magnesium. These super seeds can benefit your skin and hair and help to protect your skin from ultraviolet radiation and damage from sun exposure.
Why Morning Kick
• Great source of Fiber.
Why we need fiber: You’ll feel full longer. A diet high in fiber will also help digestion and regularity. It can also reduce cholesterol levels, keep blood sugar levels steady and even improve physical performance. It may also lower your risk of heart disease, diabetes and certain types of cancer.
• Great source of Protein.
Why we need protein: Eating protein at breakfast curbs overeating later. Protein rebuilds cells and helps you maintain healthy tissues and muscles.
• Great source of Iron.
Why we need iron: Iron is crucial for the formation of hemoglobin, which is the protein in red blood cells that is responsible for getting oxygen to each part of your body. Without enough iron, your cells don't get sufficient oxygen, which can lead to weakness and fatigue. You also need adequate amounts of iron to support your immune system.