4 Medicines That You Should Add Into Your Diet
Written by: Kat Gal
Do you want to know what’s in my medicine cabinet?
That’s right – my kitchen is my medicine cabinet. By eating nutritious, organic whole foods, I am working to practice natural, preventative medicine every day.
And you can too!
There are 4 particular natural medicinal foods that I just can’t live without – they’ve become bare essentials in my life and are major staples in my regular diet.
Do you want to know what they are?
Here are the 4 most powerful medicinal foods to keep in your kitchen – and your diet – at all times.
An apple a day keeps the doctor away. You’ve likely heard this all too common statement. And guess what? It may actually be true!
These deliciously sweet fruits:
- Are excellent for neurological disorders
- Reduce your risk of stroke
- May help prevent dementia
- Reduce your risk of diabetes
- Lower bad cholesterol
You can eat apples raw as they are or you can add them to your fruit salads or green salads. Apples are a nice addition to your green juices and green smoothies as well. And yes, they are great for raw and baked desserts too! Just make sure to buy them organic, as they are part of the dirty dozen.
Garlic may not be a good tool for relationship therapy (brush before you kiss!), but it is most certainly therapeutic for your body.
Garlic is one of those superfoods that:
- Is great for recovering from a cold
- Is full of vitamins and minerals
- Reduces blood pressure
- Lowers the risk of heart disease
- Helps you to live longer (full of health and vitality!)
You can use garlic for basically all of your cooking and baking adventures from stir-fries to baked potatoes; from baked veggies to rice dishes; and from soups to stews. You can add them to your salad or your liver-cleansing juices too.
Pooh Bear was right, honey is certainly yummy. It is also one of the most powerful foods and most impacting antioxidants out there.
This common, yet powerful food:
- Is antibacterial and antifungal
- Is great for allergies
- Boosts your memory
- Helps colds and coughs
- Helps you sleep
You can add honey to your teas or lemon water. You can also spread it over a slice of sprouted whole grain bread. It is a great addition to oatmeal, fruit salads, granola, raw desserts, baked desserts and even on pancakes as a replacement for syrup.
Turmeric really is one of the most powerful superherbs out there. It is protective against nearly everything!
This vibrant orange, versatile superherb:
- Is anti-inflammatory, antifungal and antibacterial
- Improves your brain functions
- Lowers your risk of heart disease
- Prevents cancer
- Is soothing for depression
You can use turmeric as a spice when cooking. You can add it to your juices or smoothies. You can also make a turmeric tea with it. You can also supplement with it to reap the benefits, just be sure you opt for a full spectrum source, like Fitlife’s newest addition (stay tuned for details on Daily Turmeric Boost).
Do you already use these 4 incredible foods in your diet? Please share with us your favorite way to do so in the comments below! If you don’t yet, you’re in for an amazing treat!
Kat Gál is a professional holistic health writer who helps health, wellness and nutrition businesses to market their products and services through quality online content. Kat is a multi-passionate writer, world traveler, nomad, runner, and cat-person.Reach out if you are looking for amazing blog content at firstname.lastname@example.org or katgalwriter.com. Check out my Facebook page at www.facebook.com/katgalwriter. and nobsfreelancer.com for freelance writing tips.
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