Fight Fatty Acid Deficiencies

1002If you’re experiencing mood swings, poor memory or even depression, a lack of omega-3 fatty acids in your diet could be to blame. Science has proven that omega-3 fatty acids are essential elements of a healthy diet. Not only do they enhance your brain health, but they can fight dry skin, poor circulation and fatigue as well.*

Do your best to incorporate at least one healthy omega-3 fatty acid into your diet each day. Some of the tastiest sources can be found naturally in salmon, halibut, tuna, flaxseeds, pumpkin seeds, walnuts, kale, spinach and brussels sprouts.

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*http://www.ivlproducts.com/Health-Library/Health-Concerns/Heart-Health/The-Health-Dangers-of-Omega-3-Deficiency
Photo | Tuna Steak + Salad | ©Robin Corps | Used under a Creative Commons Attribution Share-alike license

Nutritional Powerhouse Pumpkin Seeds

The pumpkin seeds we roasted after carving pumpkins for Halloween
The pumpkin seeds we roasted after carving pumpkins for Halloween

Pumpkin seeds are nutritional powerhouses that can help fight off both cancer and diabetes. Packed with antioxidants and phytosterol (plant compounds), pumpkin seeds can also help your liver, immune system and heart health. Also, these tasty seeds offer up a dose of copper, zinc, magnesium and protein too!*

You can find raw pumpkin seeds in most specialty markets or in the health section of some grocery stores. Sprinkle some seasonings (like rosemary or garlic) and roast your seeds at 400 degrees until golden (usually between 5-20 minutes, based on the size of your seeds).

*http://www.care2.com/greenliving/13-health-benefits-of-pumpkin-seeds.html
Photo | Roasted Pumpkin Seeds | ©Brian Jackson | Used under a Creative Commons Attribution License

Nutritional Powerhouse Pumpkin Seeds

pumpkinPumpkin seeds are nutritional powerhouses that can help fight off both cancer and diabetes. Packed with antioxidants and phytosterol (plant compounds), pumpkin seeds can also help your liver, immune system and heart health. Also, these tasty seeds offer up a dose of copper, zinc, magnesium and protein too!*

You can find raw pumpkin seeds in most specialty markets or in the health section of some grocery stores. Sprinkle some seasonings (like rosemary or garlic) and roast your seeds at 400 degrees until golden (usually between 5-20 minutes, based on the size of your seeds).

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Dr. Kim

*http://www.care2.com/greenliving/13-health-benefits-of-pumpkin-seeds.html
Photo | Roasted Pumpkin Seeds | ©Brian Jackson | Used under a Creative Commons Attribution License