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EAT Your Iron! Its easy to include these nutrient-dense foods in your regular diet, just a dash of Ultra-Dense!

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Add Nuts to your grocery list this week! Nuts are the perfect snack, many of which are considered SUPER FOODS.

Calories- how many calories should I eat per day and why so few

Add Nuts to your grocery list this week! Nuts are the perfect snack, many of which are considered SUPER FOODS.

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Mango is an excellent source of Vitamin A, flavonoids, dietary fiber & vitamin B6 which maintains & improves brain function. May help protect against colon, breast, leukemia & prostate cancers. The peel is rich in phytonutrients like carotenoids & polyphenols. The fruit is rich in potassium, magnesium & great for high blood pressure. Selenium, calcium, iron regularly can help eliminate anemia. #dherbs

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The Cassava root is the chief source of important minerals like zinc, magnesium, copper, iron, & manganese. It can help increased immune function, DNA repair & protection, while also reducing frequency of migraines. Amino acid in the leaves are useful for wound healing, replacing damaged cells & bone health. The Saponins in the root helps with managing cholesterol levels, reducing acidic levels in the body & breaking down waste faster. #dherbs

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The fibers found in rhubarb have been shown to reduce the absorption of sugar into the bloodstream. The plant contains anthraquinones which improve the transport of glucose into our cells beneficial for persons with Diabetes. Studies have found antioxidant, anti-allergy & anti-inflammatory properties in the plant. Rhubarb is rich in Vitamin-K which helps promote bone growth, cure iron deficiencies & limit neuronal damage in the brain. Studies show it is very beneficial for Alzheimer’s…

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normal range of British natural dye samples that could be obtainable by Vikings using firbog clubmoss in Viking dyeing sites. This plant naturally accretes alum in it's roots

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