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Author Topic: Foods that truly make us feel good  (Read 20805 times)
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« Reply #7: February 14, 2011, 02:05:38 pm »

So, here goes - what foods do you eat because they make you feel great? And why do you think that is? I'll add my own next post.

Foods that make me feel great:

Leafy greens. I truly love kale, collards, baby lettuces, romaine, etc. My favorite kale recipe is to "massage" it with olive oil, lemon, salt and pepper then add a teaspoon of maple syrup. Let it sit for ten minutes. Eating that gives me so much energy.

Sweet potatoes, red bell pepper, cabbage (sauerkraut, too), beets.

Pretty much all fruits. I had them listed but...well, suffice to say that I love fruit. I don't have a problem with any of them.

Whole wheat breads and pastas, in moderation.

Good, quality beef. Eggs. Beans (all kinds, all types, all applications!), lentils.

High-fat, quality milk, cheese and butter. Almonds and almond butter, sunflower seeds, cashews. Olive oil, coconut oil, avocado. Vinegars.

Hot tea, coffee, water.

And... dark chocolate Cheesy

I wish cakes and cookies made me feel good, because I truly love them, but...they don't. Truly sad, as I love to bake!

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