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  • (@mitzifood) Instagram Profile @mitzifood
  • Picazo Cafe
  • If you could go back in time during the time you’ve been alive, what year would you go back to? What was going on in your life? •

    Me? Sophomore year. 1999. Right before EVERYTHING changed. #🙈
  • If you could go back in time during the time you’ve been alive, what year would you go back to? What was going on in your life? •
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Me? Sophomore year. 1999. Right before EVERYTHING changed. #🙈
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  • (@thewholefoodfoodie) Instagram Profile @thewholefoodfoodie
  • lunch • salad with a boiled egg, goats cheese and a mustard seed and balsamic dressing
  • lunch • salad with a boiled egg, goats cheese and a mustard seed and balsamic dressing
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  • (@gro_wellness) Instagram Profile @gro_wellness
  • Torquay
  • Most people think of red meat when they think or getting iron from their food. 💪🏼
    While red meat is a good source of heme iron, I am here to tell you that there are many other rich sources of this mineral from plant-based foods.
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    Iron is an important mineral that makes up hemoglobin which is essential for oxygen transport in the blood.
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    Women have higher needs of iron compared to men due to menstruation and therefore are more at risk for anemia. Low iron levels can also lead to weakness, fatigue, headaches, pale skin and nail beds.
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    There are two types of iron one can obtain from the diet: non-heme and heme iron.
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    Non-heme iron is found predominately in plant based foods such as dark leafy greens, beans, and seeds, while heme iron is found solely in animal products.
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    It is true that heme iron is more readily absorbed by the human digestive tract than its non-heme counterpart.
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    This is due to the high level of phytates found in plants which bind to several minerals (not just iron), preventing there absorption. In addition, consumption of calcium rich foods inhibits iron absorption in the small intestine.
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    Sounds like we should be eating a lot of heme iron, right? Not quite. You can get a lot more non-heme iron out of your plants by soaking beans and cooking your greens and beans which greatly cuts down on the inhibitory phytic acid levels in your food.
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    Additionally, synergistically pairing non-heme iron foods with citrus, such as squeezing fresh lemon on a spinach salad, greatly increases bio-availability of non-heme iron. Further, consuming both heme and non-heme iron in meals can greatly enhance non-heme absorption.
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    Remember, minerals are resistant to heat, so cooking your veggies will not destroy the iron content. Vitamins and phytochemicals (such as polyphenols) on the other hand ARE heat sensitive and will degrade the more you cook them. Therefore, try steaming your vegetables for a win-win situation 😊 -
    Sharing this great post by @functional .foods !
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    #eatrealfood #holisticnutrition #cleaneats #devon #nourishyourbody #devonlife #functionalmedicine #naturalmedicine #foodismedicine #torquay #gro
  • Most people think of red meat when they think or getting iron from their food. 💪🏼
While red meat is a good source of heme iron, I am here to tell you that there are many other rich sources of this mineral from plant-based foods.
💪🏼
Iron is an important mineral that makes up hemoglobin which is essential for oxygen transport in the blood.
💪🏼
Women have higher needs of iron compared to men due to menstruation and therefore are more at risk for anemia. Low iron levels can also lead to weakness, fatigue, headaches, pale skin and nail beds.
💪🏼
There are two types of iron one can obtain from the diet: non-heme and heme iron.
💪🏼
Non-heme iron is found predominately in plant based foods such as dark leafy greens, beans, and seeds, while heme iron is found solely in animal products.
💪🏼
It is true that heme iron is more readily absorbed by the human digestive tract than its non-heme counterpart.
💪🏼
This is due to the high level of phytates found in plants which bind to several minerals (not just iron), preventing there absorption. In addition, consumption of calcium rich foods inhibits iron absorption in the small intestine.
💪🏼
Sounds like we should be eating a lot of heme iron, right? Not quite. You can get a lot more non-heme iron out of your plants by soaking beans and cooking your greens and beans which greatly cuts down on the inhibitory phytic acid levels in your food.
💪🏼
Additionally, synergistically pairing non-heme iron foods with citrus, such as squeezing fresh lemon on a spinach salad, greatly increases bio-availability of non-heme iron. Further, consuming both heme and non-heme iron in meals can greatly enhance non-heme absorption.
💪🏼
Remember, minerals are resistant to heat, so cooking your veggies will not destroy the iron content. Vitamins and phytochemicals (such as polyphenols) on the other hand ARE heat sensitive and will degrade the more you cook them. Therefore, try steaming your vegetables for a win-win situation 😊 -
Sharing this great post by @functional.foods !
-
#eatrealfood #holisticnutrition #cleaneats #devon #nourishyourbody #devonlife #functionalmedicine #naturalmedicine #foodismedicine #torquay #gro
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  • (@charlotte.alzuro) Instagram Profile @charlotte.alzuro
  • A few days ago I got sick and it was the worst cold I’ve had in years. Admittedly, my lifestyle hadn’t been the healthiest the last week. I didn’t sleep well, took two overnight trains/busses on which I couldn’t sleep at all, didn’t drink enough (who wants to go pee in an Indian train or next to a road a meter away from the bus), and had shitty on-the-road food a few times 😒⁣
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    So I fasted for 2 days, only drank hot lemon ginger honey tea and water with zinc, magnesium and Himalayan sea salt. Two days later it was gone.⁣
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    Today I started my day with some gentle Yin yoga, a few stretches for the hamstrings and shoulders (such as in Prasarita Padotanasana in this picture) a jump in the ocean (which is so warm, it feels like swimming in soup compared to the cool ocean temperatures in Australia!) and a super healthy plant-based brekkie. So nourishing 🍒
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    So...now I’m back with lots of energy to get back to studying, preparing our yoga retreats and getting ready for my third yoga teacher training. SO DAMN EXCITING! 💥
  • A few days ago I got sick and it was the worst cold I’ve had in years. Admittedly, my lifestyle hadn’t been the healthiest the last week. I didn’t sleep well, took two overnight trains/busses on which I couldn’t sleep at all, didn’t drink enough (who wants to go pee in an Indian train or next to a road a meter away from the bus), and had shitty on-the-road food a few times 😒⁣
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So I fasted for 2 days, only drank hot lemon ginger honey tea and water with zinc, magnesium and Himalayan sea salt. Two days later it was gone.⁣
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Today I started my day with some gentle Yin yoga, a few stretches for the hamstrings and shoulders (such as in Prasarita Padotanasana in this picture) a jump in the ocean (which is so warm, it feels like swimming in soup compared to the cool ocean temperatures in Australia!) and a super healthy plant-based brekkie. So nourishing 🍒
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So...now I’m back with lots of energy to get back to studying, preparing our yoga retreats and getting ready for my third yoga teacher training. SO DAMN EXCITING! 💥
  •  18  1 14 minutes ago
  • (@the_grateful_mumma) Instagram Profile @the_grateful_mumma
  • Imagine if you surrounded yourself with likeminded women everyday... and they had the same dreams and goals as you.. and there was no competition. The way it should be! Cheer each other on, have fun, fuel that fire, ignite your flame. Be excited about LIFE!
  • Imagine if you surrounded yourself with likeminded women everyday... and they had the same dreams and goals as you.. and there was no competition. The way it should be! Cheer each other on, have fun, fuel that fire, ignite your flame. Be excited about LIFE!
  •  6  2 28 minutes ago
  • (@beatrizmoliz) Instagram Profile @beatrizmoliz
  • Madrid, Spain
  • Easy Soba Noodles with Hot Sauce (V-GF)🔥🌿.
    [English below]
    No son muy fan de la pasta, pero estos noodles de trigo sarraceno quedan genial con un puñado de verduras frescas, y si ya le añades esta salsa... están de MUERTE. Aquí te dejo un plato listo en 15 minutos. ¿Cómo se presenta la semana? ¡Feliz lunes!
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    ¿Qué necesitas?
    ✨ Soba Noodles.
    ✨ 2 dientes de ajo.
    ✨ 1/2 cebolla.
    ✨ Verduras a tu elección: espinacas frescas, champiñones, calabacín y pimiento rojo.
    ✨ 1 cucharada de aceite.
    ✨ Salsa teriyaki: 2 cucharadas de aceite, 4 cucharadas de tamari o salsa de soja, zumo de un limón, 1 cucharada de agave, 1 cucharada de aceite de sésamo, 1 cucharadita de jengibre y 1 cucharadita de sriracha.
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    🌿 Calienta una cacerola con agua y cuece los fideos de soba (son delicados así que sigue las instrucciones del paquete para que no se pasen ni se apelmacen.)
    🌿 Calienta una sartén a fuego medio con aceite y saltea el ajo y la cebolla un par de minutos. Añade el resto de verduras hasta que estén tiernas (si has escogido espinacas deja estas para el final).
    🌿 En un bol ve mezclando los ingredientes para la salsa.
    🌿 Añade a la sartén los soba noodles cuando estén listos, y la salsa. Combina y sirve.
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    What do you need?
    ✨ Soba Noodles.
    ✨ 2 clove of garlic.
    ✨ 1/2 onion.
    ✨ Vegetables of your choice: spinach, mushrooms, zucchini, bell pepper.
    ✨ 1 TBS olive oil.
    ✨ Teriyaki Sauce: 2 TBS olive oil, 4 TBS tamari or soy sauce, juice of a lemon, 1 TBS agave, 1 tsps sesame oil, 1 tsps giger powrder and 1 tsps sriracha.
    🌿 Cook soba noodles to package directions and heat a pan with olive oil over medium heat. 🌿 Add garlic and onion and cook for 1-2 min. Add vegetables and cook until tender.
    🌿 While vegetables and noodles are cooking, whisk together the soba noodle sauce ingredients in a bowl. 🌿 Add noodles to the pan of vegetables, add the sauce, and stir until all the vegetables and noodles are evenly coated in sauce.
  • Easy Soba Noodles with Hot Sauce (V-GF)🔥🌿.
[English below]
No son muy fan de la pasta, pero estos noodles de trigo sarraceno quedan genial con un puñado de verduras frescas, y si ya le añades esta salsa... están de MUERTE. Aquí te dejo un plato listo en 15 minutos. ¿Cómo se presenta la semana? ¡Feliz lunes!
.
¿Qué necesitas?
✨ Soba Noodles.
✨ 2 dientes de ajo.
✨ 1/2 cebolla.
✨ Verduras a tu elección: espinacas frescas, champiñones, calabacín y pimiento rojo.
✨ 1 cucharada de aceite.
✨ Salsa teriyaki: 2 cucharadas de aceite, 4 cucharadas de tamari o salsa de soja, zumo de un limón, 1 cucharada de agave, 1 cucharada de aceite de sésamo, 1 cucharadita de jengibre y 1 cucharadita de sriracha.
.
🌿 Calienta una cacerola con agua y cuece los fideos de soba (son delicados así que sigue las instrucciones del paquete para que no se pasen ni se apelmacen.)
🌿 Calienta una sartén a fuego medio con aceite y saltea el ajo y la cebolla un par de minutos. Añade el resto de verduras hasta que estén tiernas (si has escogido espinacas deja estas para el final).
🌿 En un bol ve mezclando los ingredientes para la salsa.
🌿 Añade a la sartén los soba noodles cuando estén listos, y la salsa. Combina y sirve.
.
What do you need?
✨ Soba Noodles.
✨ 2 clove of garlic.
✨ 1/2 onion.
✨ Vegetables of your choice: spinach, mushrooms, zucchini, bell pepper.
✨ 1 TBS olive oil.
✨ Teriyaki Sauce: 2 TBS olive oil, 4 TBS tamari or soy sauce, juice of a lemon, 1 TBS agave, 1 tsps sesame oil, 1 tsps giger powrder and 1 tsps sriracha.
🌿 Cook soba noodles to package directions and heat a pan with olive oil over medium heat. 🌿 Add garlic and onion and cook for 1-2 min. Add vegetables and cook until tender.
🌿 While vegetables and noodles are cooking, whisk together the soba noodle sauce ingredients in a bowl. 🌿 Add noodles to the pan of vegetables, add the sauce, and stir until all the vegetables and noodles are evenly coated in sauce.
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