Healing Foods: 6 That Will Blow Your Mind - Kali Coaching
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As a world, we’re becoming more and more connected with each other. And with this rise in technology, we’re learning about different foods that have been enhancing people’s lives for thousands of years. Some people call them “healing foods” actually.

Today things are a little more commercialized, so we can easily go to the market to buy most of these extraordinary healing foods. Regardless of where you get them or how you consume them, here’s a list of six extraordinary healing foods that will blow your mind! I’ll even give you tips on how to enjoy them daily!

Healing Foods: CactusEXTRAORDINARY HEALING FOODS #1: CACTUS

Why it’s good for you:

Cacti are packed with fiber, which helps you feel full longer and improves digestion. They’re loaded with antioxidants that boost your immune system and help prevent cancer, and they also have a good amount of calcium to help strengthen your bones. Cactus improves sleep, reduces inflammation, and helps regulate glucose levels, which is great for Type-2 diabetics. (source)

How to enjoy it:

Obviously, this wasn’t a staple in my diet before moving to Mexico. Today, hardly a day goes by when I don’t eat cactus! Sometimes I have it as a side with dinner, but I usually just cut it up and toss it into my eggs for breakfast. You can easily mix cactus into a juice or super shake too! Try this healing foods today!

 

 

Healing Foods: Chickpeas

EXTRAORDINARY HEALING FOODS #2: CHICKPEAS / GARBANZO BEANS

Why they’re good for you:

With their high protein and fiber content, chickpeas have been proven to help with a wide range of issues. They help Type I & II diabetics improve their blood sugar, lipid, and insulin levels. They also help build and maintain bone structure, as well as support heart health, maintain blood pressure, and reduce cholesterol and inflammation. (source)

How to enjoy them:

I may not be vegan or vegetarian, but I really enjoy mixing up my sources of protein. Where’s the fun in just eating meat, right? The next time you crave a snack, I recommend nibbling on some chickpeas or throwing them on a salad for a real treat. It’ll keep you feeling full longer, plus it’s one of the most delicious healing foods on the list!

 

 

Healing Foods: Chia Seeds

EXTRAORDINARY HEALING FOODS #3: CHIA SEEDS

Why they’re good for you:

Chia seeds are one of the best sources of Omega-3 fatty acids, which have been proven to help raise HDL (“good”) cholesterol and prevent heart attacks and strokes. They’re also filled with antioxidants, zinc, iron, and magnesium, and they provide more Omega-3s, calcium, and phosphorus than flaxseeds. (source)

How to enjoy them:

You can’t have a list of extraordinary healing foods without this amazing little seed! Chia seeds are my wife’s favorite topping on her yogurt and fruit mix. You can also throw some on cottage cheese for a tasty snack. They’re very versatile and easy to enjoy!

 

Extraordinary Foods: Moringa

EXTRAORDINARY HEALING FOODS #4: MORINGA

Why it’s good for you:

You can use the whole moringa plant—leaves, bark, flowers, fruit, seeds, and roots—to make medicine. It’s been used for thyroid disorders, asthma, epilepsy, heart problems, and multiple other health issues. It’s loaded with protein, vitamins, and minerals that help protect your cells from damage. (source)

How to enjoy it:

I only recently discovered this little plant here in Cancun. My mother-in-law now grows it and gives it away. It’s an awesome plant! The way I most enjoy it is ground up and mixed in a water bottle with a touch of stevia. It’s a delicious drink on a hot day, very refreshing healing foods and packed with goodness!

 

Extraordinary Foods: Quinoa

EXTRAORDINARY HEALING FOODS #5: QUINOA

Why it’s good for you:

This grain proudly boasts twice the protein content of rice! It’s also a great source of calcium, several B vitamins, Vitamin E, and fiber. It’s rich in anti-inflammatory phytonutrients and contains all nine essential amino acids. (source)

How I enjoy it:

For those who control their carb intake, quinoa is a great wheat-free substitute. Swap your rice and pasta for this tasty protein-packed grain. It pairs especially well with meats, but it also tastes great by itself!

 

Extraordinary Foods: Amaranth

EXTRAORDINARY HEALING FOODS #6: AMARANTH

Why it’s good for you:

Amaranth is another protein powerhouse in the vegetable/grain category. This bad boy can stimulate growth and repair cells in the body, with the added benefits of lowering inflammation, boosting bone strength, and reducing varicose veins. (source)

How to enjoy it:

This is one of my favorite healing foods treats! Whenever I crave something semi-sweet and similar to cereal, I go for amaranth. Just put it in a cup and pour some milk over it, then sit back and enjoy!

 

 

BAM! There you have it: six extraordinary healing foods you should be eating! Hopefully, you can find them close to where you live. Some of these healing foods may be a little unusual and difficult for some people to eat, but they’re loaded with nutritional benefits you can’t refuse! Experiment and see what’s available! If you can’t find these foods near you, you can always search for most of them on Amazon!

Now it’s your turn! Have you tried any of these healing foods yourself? How do you enjoy them? Share your experience in the comments below, and be sure to share this article with your friends! Help me spread the word about these extraordinary healing foods!

 

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About the Author Jay Kali

Jay Kali AKA, The Strength Architect is the founder of Kali Coaching. He holds certifications as a Specialist in Strength and Conditioning, Certified Fitness Trainer, Online Trainers Academy Graduate, Training For Warriors Level 2 Graduate and is a 300-Certified Yoga Teacher in Power Yoga. He is also an Amazon Bestselling Author in four different categories and has made it his mission to help women create long lasting, healthy lifestyles in just 8 weeks!

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