Red bell pepper:
Bell peppers bring serious levels of Vitamin C (up to three times as much as an equal-sized orange!) and Vitamin E, for an optimum immune system and radiant-looking skin.
Broccoli is an anti-inflammatory powerhouse, jam-packed with antioxidative vitamins A, C, and E, plus fibre, manganese, selenium, and zinc.
Gut-balancing and bone-strengthening, brussels sprouts are loaded with Vitamins K and C, and folic.
Sweet potatoes are a great source of Vitamin C for immune health, iron for energy and blood cell production, as well as magnesium to help balance stress.
Different from Baking Yeast (hint: it’s inactive), nutritional yeast is an antiviral, antibacterial immune-booster. From a taste perspective, it also enhances flavor in cooking (you’re welcome).
Black pepper is an excellent source of manganese and Vitamin K, a very good source of copper and dietary fibre, iron, chromium and calcium.
With lots of dietary fibre, minerals, and flavor, it’s Vitamin K that gives oregano its bone growth and density powers. Throw in a dash of anti-inflammatory action and you’ve got the perfect herb.
Have many possible health benefits including reducing the risk of obesity, heart disease, and cancer. They are high in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.
The star of the Mediterranean Diet, extra virgin olive oil is overflowing with antioxidants and fatty acids, working to keep cells healthy and in tip-top form.
Himalaya Pink Salt (Ecological):
Himalayan pink salt contains over 84 minerals and trace elements, including calcium, magnesium, potassium, copper and iron, so it does more than just make your food taste better.
Parsley is a nutritional powerhouse with Vitamins A, B, C and K, iron and potassium. This emerald green herb is popular among starlets who want to drop extra water weight, because it helps to reduce water retention and bloating.