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May 22, 2015
Sweet, juicy cherries. These delicious orbs contain the same anthocyanidin compounds as blueberries which gives cherries their rich color and strong antioxidant capacity, helpful in fending off age-related diseases like cancer. Studies show that cherries’ antioxidant powers may also help runners recover more quickly from marathons and other endurance running efforts. Drinking fresh made cherry juice daily, several days prior to a marathon, and a few days post race helps prevent muscle damage and soreness.Continue reading …
May 6, 2015
When cooking with rhubarb, a generous helping of sugar isn’t far behind, as this ruby red colored stalk has a bite that’s bracingly sour. Diced and added to coffee cake, cooked into a sweet-sticky jam, baked into a pie, or reduced and stewed, rhubarb is often paired up with strawberries and apples for the perfect springtime dance.Continue reading …
This healthy and delicious side is packed with flavor and just happens to be pink. Beets, turnip, parsnip and kohlrabi make for great way to expand your veggie intake and try something new that easy to make and tasty!
This spring-fresh soup provides a rainbow of key nutrients vital for healthy skin, immune function, circulation and vision in fewer than 180 calories per serving.
One big bowl of soup supplies 100% of vitamin C and 20% of potassium needs. And thanks to the rainbow vegetables, this soup also supplies colorful pigments such as beta-carotene, lutein and cryptoxanthin, which along with vitamin C and potassium, support heart health as well as ward off chronic ailments such as cancer and high blood pressure. - Dr. Liz