Top 10 Fruits & Vegetables Rich in Potassium

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10 top Fruits rich in potassium: Dried apricots Prunes Raisins Dates Dried figs Dried unsweetened coconut Avocados Bananas Kiwi Nectarines and peaches 10 top Vegetables rich in potassium: Sundried tomatoes Spinach Swiss chard (cooked) Mushrooms Sweet potatoes Kale (raw) Brussels sprouts Zucchini Green beans (snap) Asparagus

Lunch in a Jar

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Lunch in a jar A clever idea to a healthy lunch! The one thing to remember about salad in a jar is that your dressing goes on the bottom so therefore, you should only use things that do well “marinating” in dressing because the 2nd layer is going to be touching the dressing. The rest is pretty easy, here is …

Winter Wellness Soup

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In traditional Chinese medicine, soups are sometimes part of the treatment plan, and there are lots of “food as medicine” ingredients that can be added to soups. Mushrooms, such as shiitake and maitake,  can be considered medicinal because they provide substantial support to the immune system. Spices also have medicinal value. Ginger has anti-inflammatory properties and is beneficial for the digestive system; …