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Eat an orange! Who doesn't love biting into these juicy citrus fruits. Not only are oranges an amazing source of vitamin C but they contain vitamin E, K, beta-carotene and folate. They are also great sources of heart-healthy magnesium and immune-boosting zinc.
First we introduced you to the wonders of Allspice, and now we're giving you a taste of Sage!
Take it away, Margaux J. Rathbun!
Not only does sage have an amazing taste, it is loaded with health benefits. It’s been said that sage helps to promote a clearer mind and a better mood. Studies have shown that sage not only can aid in preventing age-related memory loss, but it can help people recall information faster. One study tested safe on people who have Alzheimer’s and they found that it may have reduced the agitation associated with the disease. In addition to these health benefits, sage has been known to prevent cold sores, eczema, fatigue, sore throats, and ulcers. It’s very easy to include into your diet because it goes so well in a variety of dishes. It pairs nicely with parsley, thyme, sun-dried tomatoes, and garlic. Start adding some sage to your meals today and reap it’s amazing health benefits!
FUN FACT: German researchers discovered that topical lotion with sage as an ingredient had a big impact on healing irritant-induced skin rashes.
For more nutrition tips, visit Margaux's website Authentic Self Wellness or follow her on Twitter @MargauxRathbun — and if U wanna know more about spices OR anything else, U can always email us at Questions@FitPerez.com!!
Do you use spices??
Have you ever used a little somethin' somethin' called Allspice?
If not, listen up! Margaux J. Rathbun has some knowledge to drop:
Did you know that radishes, and the leaves, are a good source of calcium? Radishes have also been shown to help lower cholesterol and blood pressure. If you are focused on maintaining a healthy liver, radishes are a great food to include in your diet.
- Wellness Expert, Margaux J. Rathbun
Don't artichoke on your food, guys, this is just a friendly post about how RAD artichokes are!
Check out the video (above) to hear Margaux J. Rathbun drop some serious artichoke facts on you — and why you should probably be eating more of them!
Trust us, they're one of the healthiest foods out there!
For more nutrition tips, visit Margaux's website Authentic Self Wellness or follow her on Twitter @MargauxRathbun — and if U wanna know more about artichokes OR anything else, U can always email us at Questions@FitPerez.com!!
Snow peas have been around for thousands of years and are enjoyed by many! These young pea pods are delicate and sweet in flavor and are loaded with fabulous health benefits. For example, snow peas are an excellent source of B vitamins which help to boost and maintain our energy levels. These vitamins also help build