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In This Issue
Important: Please read below how we are keeping you safe during your visit.
Client Success Story: Food Allergies
Recipe of the month: Balsamic Greens w/ Cauliflower Steaks
Superfood of the month: Leafy Greens
How NAET can help you with your Allergies. Purchase of probiotics via phone. Clean Eating Magazine: Great recipes and meal plans, free online.
Terry Robinson, RPN NAET Natural Specialist Natural Therapist www.newlifeallergy.com
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How we are practicing safely Your health and the health of our staff is our number one priority. Below are policies we have in place for patients to create an environment that is safe for everyone and minimize the risk of transmitting viruses or infections. If you have had a cough (non-allergy related), fever, or if you are not feeling well (even mild symptoms) on the day of your appointment, please call the office to reschedule. Face masks are now optional. If you have any symptoms or exposure, please follow CDC guidelines for quarantine. Patients will be instructed to use sanitizer. Terry is happy to wear a mask at your request while she is treating you. Please refrain from wearing any fragrances as many patients are sensitive.
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Client Success Story! NAET successfully alleviates problems with Food Allergies
Before treatment: Unable to eat apples, bananas, avocado, broccoli, onion and garlic.
After Treatment: I'm so happy to reintroduce these foods to my diet and not have extreme pain and reflux.
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THE 14 HEALTHIEST LEAFY GREEN VEGETABLES
Leafy green vegetables are an important part of a healthy diet. They’re packed with vitamins, minerals and fiber but low in calories, but which ones are the most healthy? Eating a diet rich in leafy greens can offer numerous health benefits including reduced risk of obesity, heart disease, high blood pressure and mental decline. 1. KALE Kale is considered one of the most nutrient-dense vegetables on the planet due to its many vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. For example, one cup of raw kale packs 684 percent of the Daily Value for vitamin K, 206 percent of the DV for vitamin A and 134 percent of the DV for vitamin C. It also contains antioxidants such as lutein, carotenoids and beta-carotene, which prevent diseases caused by oxidative stress. To benefit most from all that kale has to offer, it’s best consumed raw since cooking can reduce its nutrient profile. 2. MICROGREENS Microgreens are immature greens produced from the seeds of vegetables and herbs. They typically measure 1–3 inches. Despite their small size, they’re full of color, flavor and nutrients. In fact, one study found that microgreens contain up to 40 times more nutrients compared to their mature counterparts. Some of these nutrients include vitamins C, E and K. 3. BROCCOLI Broccoli is part of the cabbage family. This vegetable is rich in nutrients, with a single cup of raw broccoli packing 135 percent and 116 percent of the DVs for vitamins C and K respectively. It’s also a great source of fiber, calcium, folate and phosphorus. Of all vegetables in the cabbage family, broccoli is richest in the plant compound sulforaphane, which may improve your bacterial gut flora and decrease your risk of cancer and heart disease. What’s more, sulforaphane may even reduce symptoms of autism. One randomized double-blind study in 26 young people with autism observed a positive effect on behavioral symptoms after consuming sulforaphane supplements from broccoli sprouts. 4. COLLARD GREENS Collard greens are loose leaf greens, related to kale and spring greens. They have thick leaves that taste slightly bitter. Collard greens are a good source of calcium and the vitamins A, B9 and C. They’re also one of the best sources of vitamin K when it comes to leafy greens. In fact, one cup of cooked collard greens packs 1,045 percent of the DV for vitamin K. 5. SPINACH Its nutrient profile is impressive with one cup of raw spinach providing 181 percent of the DV for vitamin K, 56 percent of the DV for vitamin A and 13 percent of the DV for manganese. It’s also packed with folate, which plays a key role in red blood cell production and the prevention of neural tube defects in pregnancy. One study on the neural tube defect spina bifida found that one of the most preventable risk factors for this condition was a low intake of folate during the first trimester of pregnancy. Along with taking a prenatal vitamin, eating spinach is a great way to increase your folate intake during pregnancy. 6. CABBAGE Cabbage is formed of clusters of thick leaves that come in green, white and purple colors. Vegetables in this plant family contain glucosinolate, which gives them a bitter flavor. Animal studies have found that foods that contain this substance may have cancer-protective properties, especially against lung and esophageal cancer. Another benefit of cabbage is that it can be fermented and turned into sauerkraut, which provides numerous health benefits, such as improving your digestion and supporting your immune system. It may even aid weight loss. 7. BEET GREENS Indeed, they have an impressive nutrient profile, but while beets are commonly used in dishes, the leaves are often ignored. This is unfortunate, considering that they’re edible and rich in potassium, calcium, riboflavin, fiber and vitamins A and K. Just one cup of cooked beet greens contains 220 percent of the DV for vitamin A, 37 percent of the DV for potassium and 17 percent of the DV for fiber. They also contain the antioxidants beta-carotene and lutein, which have shown to prevent eye disorders such as muscular degeneration and cataracts. 8. WATERCRESS Watercress is an aquatic plant from the Brassicaceae family and thus similar to arugula and other mustard greens. Studies have found watercress extract to be beneficial in targeting cancer stem cells and impairing cancer cell reproduction and invasion. Due to its bitter and slightly spicy flavor, watercress makes a great addition to neutrally flavored foods. 9. ROMAINE LETTUCE Romaine lettuce is a common leafy vegetable with sturdy, dark leaves with a firm center rib. It has a crunchy texture and is a popular lettuce, particularly in Caesar salads. It’s a good source of vitamins A and K, with one cup providing 82 percent and 60 percent of the DVs for these vitamins respectively. What’s more, research has found that water intake from fluids, vegetables and fruits plays an important role in weight loss. Therefore, with only 8 calories and 45 grams of water in a single cup, romaine lettuce may be a great addition to a healthy diet if you’re trying to lose weight. 10. SWISS CHARD Swiss chard has dark-green leaves with a thick stalk that is red, white, yellow or green. It’s often used in Mediterranean cooking and belongs to the same family as beets and spinach. It has an earthy taste and is rich in minerals and vitamins, such as potassium, manganese and the vitamins A, C and K. Swiss chard also contains a unique flavonoid called syringic acid — a compound that may be beneficial for lowering blood sugar levels. While many people typically throw away the stems of the Swiss chard plant, they’re crunchy and highly nutritious. Next time, try adding all parts of the Swiss chard plant to dishes such as soups, tacos or casseroles. 11. ARUGULA Arugula is a leafy green from the Brassicaceae family that goes by many different names, such as rocket, colewort, roquette, rucola and rucoli. It has a slightly peppery taste and small leaves that can easily be incorporated into salads or used as a garnish. Like other leafy greens, it’s packed with nutrients like vitamins A, B9 and K. It’s also one of the best sources of dietary nitrates, a compound that turns into nitric oxide in your body. Though the benefits of nitrates are debated, some studies have found that they may help increase blood flow and reduce blood pressure by widening your blood vessels. 12. ENDIVE Endive belongs to the Cichorium family. It’s less well known than other leafy greens, possibly because it’s difficult to grow. It’s curly, crisp in texture and has a nutty and mildly bitter flavor. It can be eaten raw or cooked. Just one-half cup of raw endive leaves packs 72 percent of the DV for vitamin K, 11 percent of the DV for vitamin A and 9 percent of the DV for folate. It’s also a source of kaempferol, an antioxidant that has been shown to reduce inflammation and inhibit the growth of cancer cells in test-tube studies. 13. BOK CHOY Bok choy is one of the few leafy green vegetables that contain the mineral selenium, which plays an important role in cognitive function, immunity and cancer prevention. In addition, selenium is important for proper thyroid gland function. This gland is located in your neck and releases hormones that play a key role in metabolism. An observational study associated low levels of selenium with thyroid conditions such as hypothyroidism, autoimmune thyroiditis and enlarged thyroid. 14. TURNIP GREENS Turnip greens are the greens of the turnip plant, which is a root vegetable similar to potatoes. These greens pack more nutrients than the turnip itself, including calcium, manganese, folate and the vitamins A, C and K. They have a strong and spicy flavor and are often enjoyed cooked rather than raw. Turnip greens are considered a cruciferous vegetable, which have been shown to decrease your risk of health conditions such as heart disease, cancer, inflammation and atherosclerosis. Turnip greens also contain several antioxidants including gluconasturtiin, glucotropaeolin, quercetin, myricetin and beta-carotene — which all play a role in reducing stress in your body.
Balsamic Greens w/ Cauliflower Steaks
Ingredients 2 small heads cauliflower (TIP: Choose heads with tight clusters of florets if possible.) 2 tbsp olive oil or coconut oil, divided ½ tsp sea salt, divided ground black pepper, to taste ½ cup low-sodium vegetable broth or water 1 small yellow onion, diced ¼ cup unsulfured raisins 2 large cloves garlic, thinly sliced 1 lb mixed baby greens (such as baby kale, chard and spinach) 2 tsp white balsamic vinegar 4 oz full-fat feta cheese, crumbled ¼ cup fresh dill 3 tbsp sliced unsalted almonds Preparation 1. Prepare cauliflower steaks: Trim away large outer leaves from cauliflower and trim bottom stem end. With stem end facing up, cut straight through the middle of the core. Trim the rounded side on each half that isn’t cut, keeping the core intact, giving you two “steaks” with flat sides. Reserve the florets that were cut off for another use. 2. In a large skillet on medium- high, heat 4 tsp oil. Arrange cauliflower steaks in skillet and season with ¼ tsp salt and pepper. Sear until golden brown, about 3 minutes. Carefully turn over using a spatula and sear other side until golden brown, about 3 minutes. Pour in broth and bring to a boil. Reduce heat to a simmer and cook cauliflower, covered, until barely tender, about 5 minutes. Uncover, and cook until all liquid has evaporated. Transfer cauliflower steaks to a plate. 3. In same skillet (no need to clean it out) on medium, heat remaining 2 tsp oil. Add onion and sauté until tender and translucent, about 5 minutes. Add raisins and garlic and sauté until garlic is fragrant, about 1 minute. 4. In batches, add greens and sauté until wilted. Season with remaining ¼ tsp salt, additional black pepper and vinegar. Nestle cauliflower steaks in greens, sprinkle with feta and cover. Turn off heat and let feta soften slightly, about 5 minutes. Top with dill and almonds.
Fried Egg & Greens
Ingredients ½ onion, diced 1 tbsp coconut oil 1 cup finely diced broccoli 2 cups each diced chard and spinach 1 tsp tamari ½ avocado, sliced 1 egg ¼ tsp red pepper flakes Preparation 1. Sauté onion in coconut oil until translucent, 5 minutes. Add broccoli; sauté 5 minutes more. 2. Add chard, spinach and tamari; cook until greens wilt, 2 minutes. 3. Serve with avocado and top with fried egg and red pepper flakes.
“Green” Red Beet Smoothie
Ingredients 1 large beet (or 2 small beets) 4 mandarin oranges 1 frozen banana 1/2 cup pineapple chunks Juice of 1/2 a lemon Beet greens and stems (or 2 cups spinach or kale) 2 cups water (or coconut water) Preparation Wash and peel the beets raw. This will eliminate the dirt flavor beets may have. Blend the greens and water until smooth. Add the remainder of the ingredients and blend until smooth.
Nasal Breathing: A Surprising Key to Boosting Immunity
How Does Nasal Breathing Protect Against Viruses? In the situation where a virus is involved, the respiratory epithelial cells that line your nose and lungs produce high levels of nitric oxide. Nitric oxide functions as a signaling molecule to initiate the inflammatory response to viruses. That nitric oxide is produced in the sinuses. Breathing through your nose, not your mouth, causes nitric oxide to be excreted continuously into the nasal airways.
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Patients will then start on a series of painless NAET (Nambudripad's Allergy Elimination Technique) acupressure treatments. We start by treating the essential nutrients that showed up in their results. This builds up the immune system and makes it easier to treat the stronger allergies. We then treat food items so the patient can eat a healthy well balanced diet without having reactions. The last items treated are usually the environmental agents. The treatments are painless and take about ten minutes each. Most groups clear after one treatment, but some stronger allergies may require two or more treatments to clear.
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Clean Eating Magazine Clean Eating takes you beyond the food you eat, exploring the multitude of health and nutritional benefits that can be yours when you subscribe to a clean lifestyle. In every way, clean eating is all about consuming whole food in its most natural state, or as close to it as possible. Taking a creative yet doable approach to cooking, you’ll find it easy to enhance the natural flavors of any meal without compromising the integrity of your food. When it comes right down to it, Clean Eating is not a diet; it’s real food for a healthy, happy life. The magazine is available for free on line at https://www.cleaneatingmag.com/
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