12 Power Foods to Boost Your Health


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How can you have a more nutritious lifestyle this year? How about focusing on one nutrient dense food each month? Decide to eat that food a couple of times each week for the entire month, finding new recipes, or new ways of incorporating it into your daily routine. This will build a habit, and more than likely it will continue. Here are 12 suggestions for foods that will help you to feel and look your best:

1. Apples: High in quercetin; protects the heart; prevents constipation; blocks diarrhea; improves lung capacity; cushions joints.

2. Avocados: Excellent source of unsaturated essential fatty acids; battles diabetes; lowers cholesterol; helps stop strokes; controls blood pressure; smooths skin.

3. Beets: Wonderful liver cleanser; controls blood pressure; combats cancer; strengthens bones; protects your heart; aids weight loss.

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Reference: Eat Away Illness (Strategies and Recipes for Healing) by Paulette Millis


By Paulette Millis| September 30, 2015
Categories:  Eat

About the Author

Paulette Millis

Paulette Millis

Paulette Millis is dedicated to helping people through good nutrition. As a speaker, trainer and writer, she has 20 years of experience helping people through life issues and healing challenges. SCN airs fifteen three minute nutrition information segments with Paulette, called Cooking for Health. She is the author of 3 books, Cook Your Way to Health, Eat Away Illness and What Your Doctor Doesn’t Tell You About Foods, as well as numerous articles and columns. She has a special interest in digestive disorders, diabetes, women’s health, weight loss, hypothyroidism, and hormonal imbalances. Her passion for healing is personal and professional, brought about by her own healing journey. Using natural foods, environmental and lifestyle changes, detoxification and emotional healing, she has rebuilt her immune system and her life.

Paulette is an active speaker for organizations on various health-related topics and also see clients regularly for nutritional consulting, nutritional assessments, and/or personal counseling. Paulette is a Registered Nutritional Consulting Practitioner (RNCP), a Registered Orthomolecular Health Practitioner (ROHP), and is a member of the International Organization of Nutritional Consultants (IONC). She is a Registered Social Worker and is Reality Therapy Certified, and has worked for many years as a Certified Family Life Educator.

When it comes to nutrition, Paulette believes in the old saying “Everything in moderation”. For more information about Paulette, visit her website at healingwithnutrition.ca.

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