April, 2010 – The newest tutorial by nutritionist Meghan Telpner, Healing with Everyday Superfoods, has the potential to change the way you look at food- and not in a bad way. The equation seems simple enough. We are what we eat so why not let our food be our medicine? If food and lifestyle are the greatest contributors to ill health, why not turn that right on around and make the awesome choices that allow our food to heal us? If we give our body what it needs nutritionally, it will have all the tools necessary to build and repair itself.
Healing with Everyday Superfoods provides lists of everyday powerful healing foods, as well as some that may be a little more unusual like raw cacao and sea vegetables. But Meghan doesn’t leave you there. She goes on to outline why we should get these goodies into our diets, provides many tips for eating them, offers a complete 5 day meal plan, and gives all of the corresponding recipes. She makes eating this way delicious and easy. The best bit, these tutorials are fun to read to. The information is presented in a concise manner and with humour thrown in.
All of Meghan's health e-tutorials can be downloaded instantly, and Healing with Everyday Superfoods is just $12. For more information, read on or head over to Meghan's site, Making Love in the Kitchen.
The guide contains 60 + pages of info including (but of course not limited to):
- The Definition of a Superfood
- Benefits of Whole Foods
- Food as Fuel
- Food as Medicine
- Challenges with Food Guides and Diets
- Calories Versus Nutrition
- Benefits of Raw
- Cruciferous Vegetables
- Leafy Greens
- Seeds + Seed Oils (Sesame, Pumpkin, Flax, and Hemp) and more
The Super-Powered Superfoods
- Super Berries (Goji Berries, Goldenberries and Mulberries)
- Bee Products (Raw Honey, Bee Pollen, Propolis, Royal Jelly) and more!
Super Healing Herbs
- Time to Get Super-Powered
- 5-Day Meal Plan
- Super-Powered Recipes and more!
- Conscious Eating
- Sprouting 101
- Food and Mood Journal
- Whole Foods Shopping List
- Blank Meal Plan Template
- Additional References and Resources
Meghan's tutorials use humour and simplicity making them enjoyable to read and approachable to incorporate into everyday eating.