Nine Groups of Organic Super Foods

Herbs and spices such as garlic, dandelion leaf, nettle, and parsley. The most potent spice is curcumin from the turmeric plant, a staple in Indian cuisine.

By: Dr. James Forsythe

Caution: Avoid genetically modified foods, whose long-term safety is unproven; GMOs are becoming especially common in soybeans and corn.

  • * Greens such as kale, spinach, broccoli, beet tops, and all dark green leafy vegetables in both whole and juice form; also nopal cactus, nettle leaf, and cabbages
  • * Maca root from the Andes and maca root juice
  • * Mushrooms, in particular these: reishi, cordyceps, maitake, chaga, mesima, lion’s mane, turkey

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Reduce SuperStress With Super Foods

Under stress we naturally crave sweet things but the problem is that nine out of ten times, the sweets we’re craving are calorie laden.

By: Roberta Lee M.D.

The holidays are fast approaching, and with them the promise of festivities, feasts . . . and fat! But our ballooning girth will do more than stress our belt buckles. Most of us will feel the literal stress of over-eating and also suffer more from the guilt of gluttony than we would care to admit. It doesn’t have to be this way. In addition to trying to keep up with your exercise …

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