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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2017 – Thanksgiving… ah… yes…
“If [thankfulness] were a drug, it would be the world’s best-selling product with a health maintenance indication for every major organ system.”
Dr. P. Murali Doraiswamy, head of the division of biologic psychology at Duke University Medical Center.
Wondrous health bennies of Thanksgiving foods!
Turkey contains vitamins B-6 and B-12, niacin, choline, selenium and zinc. The dark meat of turkey tends to contain more vitamins and minerals, but also has more fat and calories.
You may have heard of the amino acid tryptophan, said to be the cause of all the napping after a big Thanksgiving dinner. While it is true that turkey contains tryptophan, it is not in an amount high enough to induce sleep. In fact, all meats contain tryptophan. Eating turkey at Thanksgiving should not make you any more drowsy than eating a pork chop on an ordinary Tuesday evening.
The impressive health benefits of squash are derived from the organic compounds, nutrients, vitamins, and mineralsit contains. This list includes a huge amount of vitamin A, as well as significant amounts of vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin B6, niacin, thiamin, pantothenic acid, and folate. In terms of minerals, squash contains magnesium, potassium, manganese, copper, phosphorous, calcium, and iron. It is also a very good source of carotenoids and other important anti-inflammatory and antioxidant compounds.
Potatoes are naturally fat free, cholesterol free, and low in sodium. In addition, potatoes are an excellent source of vitamin C, and those eaten with the skin are a good source of potassium. Foods that are good sources of potassium and low in sodium, such as potatoes, may reduce the risk of high blood pressure and stroke.
"Did you know that cranberries contain one of the highest concentrations of antioxidants of any fruit? Cranberries are among the fruits and vegetables richest in health-promoting antioxidants, which protect our cells from free-radical damage. Cranberries make my Healthy Shopping List for many reasons, including their ability to reduce body-wide inflammation, to boost immunity, and more.
The disease-fighting antioxidants found in cranberries outrank many other fruits and vegetables, including strawberries, spinach, broccoli, and red grapes. Cranberries, which are sold fresh, frozen, and dried, are commonly used in products like juices, sauces, jellies, baked goods, and teas.
Researchers believe that cranberries contain substances that prevent infection-causing bacteria from sticking to the urinary tract walls, and that they are also an excellent source of many important vitamins and nutrients, including vitamin C, manganese, and fiber. As you’re about to see, the health benefits of cranberries are incredible to say the least!" Dr. Axe
Thank you, Frank, for sending me this awesomely WONDROUS book!
...and spinning from this book a great short sheet:
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