13 Little-Known Health Benefits of Quinoa That Will Make You Fall Even Deeper In Love With This “Supergrain” #nutrition #health #healthyeating

13 Little-Known Health Benefits of Quinoa That Will Make You Fall Even Deeper In Love With This “Supergrain” #nutrition #health #healthyeating

FLAX INFOGRAPHIC > Top health benefits of flaxseed including nutritional data, flax seed recipes and interesting facts

FLAX INFOGRAPHIC > Top health benefits of flaxseed including nutritional data, flax seed recipes and interesting facts

I add them to every salad, smoothie and piece of toast I eat :) They taste like sunflower seeds!

All About Hemp Seeds - Health benefits and delicious recipes

I add them to every salad, smoothie and piece of toast I eat :) They taste like sunflower seeds!

Health Benefits of Raspberry Leaf Tea for Women. Apparently this stuff tastes like black tea, but is caffeine free!

Health Benefits of Raspberry Leaf Tea for Women. Apparently this stuff tastes like black tea, but is caffeine free!

7 incredible teas: the different health benefits (including weight loss!) and natural remedies each provides. Via @ChickRx

7 incredible teas: the different health benefits (including weight loss!) and natural remedies each provides. Via @ChickRx

Kale and it's amazing health benefits from Trinity's Kitchen. #kale #plantbased

Kale and it's amazing health benefits from Trinity's Kitchen. #kale #plantbased

Avocados are laden with health benefits, so it is no wonder that they rank at the top of every discerning health seekers menu. Avocado contains an abundance of potassium, copper, fibre and lots of vitamins B5, B6, K and C. And its healthy plant fat helps to ensure healthy cholesterol levels. Here are my tips and recipes for using the amazing avocado. By Contributing Writer Trinity Bourne

Avocados are laden with health benefits, so it is no wonder that they rank at the top of every discerning health seekers menu. Avocado contains an abundance of potassium, copper, fibre and lots of vitamins B5, B6, K and C. And its healthy plant fat helps to ensure healthy cholesterol levels. Here are my tips and recipes for using the amazing avocado. By Contributing Writer Trinity Bourne

Trying out chia seed. I was going to collect some from the chia plants on campus. Then I realized they probably won't be ready until I am done with class. So I just bought some.Amazing how mucilaginous it gets. What is pictured is 1 tablespoon of dry seed. It soaked up about 1/8 cup of water!It didn't really bring much to the table, flavor-wise. But it did function as a nice thickener. It has its health benefits, and I am curious to see if it make my breakfast more "long-lasting".

Trying out chia seed. I was going to collect some from the chia plants on campus. Then I realized they probably won't be ready until I am done with class. So I just bought some.Amazing how mucilaginous it gets. What is pictured is 1 tablespoon of dry seed. It soaked up about 1/8 cup of water!It didn't really bring much to the table, flavor-wise. But it did function as a nice thickener. It has its health benefits, and I am curious to see if it make my breakfast more "long-lasting".

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