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Easy Ways to Add Iron to Your Meals Without Meat

Easy Ways to Add Iron to Your Meals Without Meat | Vegetarian and Vegan | Scoop.it
You don’t need meat to get enough iron, especially with these healthy and delicious options! Here’s how to add iron to your meals, without a bit of hard work!

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Green Hill Tea's comment, February 18, 2015 1:02 AM
Superb Article
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New Nordic's Cool, But Old Scandinavian Food Holds Its Own

New Nordic's Cool, But Old Scandinavian Food Holds Its Own | Vegetarian and Vegan | Scoop.it
Scandinavian cuisine is a product of geography and climate, plus some seafaring Viking history.

Although its praises are seldom sung, traditional Scandinavian fare — full of seafood, berries, roots and rye — has a lot to recommend it. To be clear, we're not talking fancy French technique or expansively layered spice palettes. We're talking about simple farm fare, hearty whole grain breads and rich seafood stews, food meant to sustain you during the winter. And according to some studies, it may actually be fairly healthy.


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Love dill...PLUS

Mushrooms, roots crops , peas...MMM

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5 Probiotic Foods You Should Be Eating

5 Probiotic Foods You Should Be Eating | Vegetarian and Vegan | Scoop.it
We and the bacteria are symbiotes, which means we need each other to survive. The microbes coating our skin

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fermenting is not just for beer and cheese...

 

love Miso, kraut, yogurt

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The BioSync Team's curator insight, June 15, 2014 11:27 PM

... many probiotic foods are commonly found in grocery stores, or easy to make.


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Sandi Cornez's curator insight, June 16, 2014 3:19 PM

Did you know that 70-80%  of your immune system resides in your gut, your G.I. Tract. Humans wouldn't be alive without the good bacteria that resides in our body. We have a symbiotic relationship.

 

Probiotic foods which are known as fermented foods (they are cultured a certain way) and probiotic supplements are needed to assist the good bacteria to do their work in your body. 

 

Here's 5 probiotic foods that you may want to try. Your bacteria will thank you for it. 

 

Just know that most commercial bought yogurts are loaded with sugar which negates any benefits. You can easily make your own nut yogurts or dairy yogurts. Recipes abound on the internet. Kefir is another fermented food, not mentioned in the article. There are water-kefirs and dairy kefirs.

 

This www.scoop.it/t/zestful-living site is being curated by Sandi Cornez. Follow Sandi for more healthy food tips and wisdom @http://www.facebook.com/wiisdomfromthewell

Barbara Konitzer's curator insight, June 24, 2014 4:01 PM
Integrieren Sie fermentierte Lebensmittel in Ihren Speiseplan!

Fermentiere Lebensmittel haben eine jahrtausendalte Tradition und galten schon immer als gesund. Sie sind gut verdaulich und steigern die Bioverfügbarkeit von Nahrungsmittelbestandteilen. Sie halten sich länger und entwickeln ihren ureigenen Geschmack. Sauerkraut, Sauerteig, Joghurt, gereifter Käse, Wein, Bier, die Würzpaste Miso, Tempeh, Essig, Tee -  überall sind Bakterien aktiv!

In Bioläden und Hofläden finden Sie auch Milchprodukte, die aus Vorzugsmilch hergestellt wurden.  Je natürlicher desto besser!
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http://www.web-ernaehrung.de/blog/31-bioaktiv-essen/53-gesunder-darm-die-darmflora-gesund-erhalten