The Naturopathic Kitchen

Adding more high-fiber foods like fruits, beans, and sweet potatoes to your diet can help improve digestive health, aid weight management, and more.
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The health benefits of tomatoes include improved skin health, a reduced risk of chronic diseases such as cancer and heart disease, and better bone health.
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The liver facilitates the body’s metabolic processes and removes toxins from the bloodstream. Liver diseases are common but you can reduce your risk by embracing a healthy diet and lifestyle.
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Consuming shellfish, such as oysters, mussels, and prawns, can help to improve immunity, boost brain function. And reduce the risk of heart disease.
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Anti-inflammatory foods such as extra virgin olive oil, turmeric, and fresh berries can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, and other health conditions.
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Yams are a great source of fiber, vitamins, minerals, can help to promote brain function, and ease menopause symptoms.
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Plant-based proteins such as beans, tofu, and tempeh are nutritional sources of protein to add to your diet.
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Carbohydrates have a bad reputation because many high-carbohydrate foods are low in nutrients, but there are also a lot of very healthy, nutrient-rich carbohydrates that could be a positive addition to your regular diet.
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Fenugreek is a flavorful herb that helps manage blood sugar levels, aid in appetite management, and more.
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The traditional diet of the Mediterranean region is high in whole grains, fruits, vegetables, healthy fats, and low in processed foods and added sugar.
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