Check out these fall superfoods that will fill you with energy long enough to last the cold winter!
Loaded with vitamin C, these cruciferous vegetables have shown potential to lower inflammation, improve skin and bone health, and even fight cancer. Just be sure not to overcook them as it reduces the nutritional impact.
A good source of fiber and potassium, including butternut squash into your diet can help reduce blood pressure and lower cancer risk.
Another heavy hitter loaded with antioxidants, pomegranate seeds have shown links to digestion improvement and Alzheimer’s disease prevention.
Of course, all of this information is wasted if your body cannot absorb the nutrients from these foods in the first place. Taking a food sensitivity test can help you learn which foods are causing inflammation in your system. Utilizing a simple finger-prick blood test, microarray scanning technology can identify the foods that your system is sensitive towards – all with just a few drops of blood.