Superfoods, Ingredients and Recipes for a Healthy Diet
Discover the ingredients that will keep every part of you healthy—including your appetite.
By Celia Barbour and Rachel Mount
O, The Oprah Magazine | From the January 2010 issue of O, The Oprah Magazine
Think of eating seaweed as going directly to the source—this is where fish procure their Omega-3's, meaning you can skip the fish and go straight to the seaweed. Seaweeds are also a two-for-one deal, nutrition-wise: They contain nutrients commonly found in green, leafy vegetables, along with most minerals found in the ocean. They're also full of magnesium, which may prevent migraines and asthma attacks. Grate nori on popcorn and eggs, add wakame to soups, and marinate hijiki with sesame oil for a quick salad.
Try this recipe: Artichoke and Oyster Mushroom Rockefeller
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