1. Kale is one of the healthiest vegetables on the planet and is a nutritional powerhouse! One cup of chopped kale is loaded with antioxidants, including 206% of your daily requirement of vitamin A, 134% of vitamin C and a whopping 684% for vitamin K, which may help reduce the overall risk of developing or dying from cancer! Plus, kale is a great source of calcium, potassium, copper, and manganese, as well as a good source of dietary fiber, protein, thiamin, riboflavin, Folate, iron, magnesium, and phosphorous.
One of my favorite things to do in a grocery store or at the farmer's market is to watch what people buy in the produce section, and when someone buys something that I've never seen, heard of, or eaten before, I ask what they do with it and learn something new!
I took my 96-year old Grandmother to an appointment with her Podiatrist this week. We had to reschedule her original appointment and wait almost two months until this week for the first available appointment. While the Doctor was examining her, I asked him why podiatry is so busy and who are his typical patients.
Terri Quenzer, PhD
Terri has a passion for good health and for helping others find happiness in themselves through better health! Through her scientific and life experiences, her goal is to help you reach your healthy goals!
Be The Healthy U!: nominated for San Diego's Best Nutrition/Cooking Classes of 2016!
Catch Terri's interview about plant-based nutrition on KCQB 1170 AM - click here.
How Not to Die: Terri interviews New York Times Bestselling Author Michael Greger, MD. Listen below.
Terri speaks with Jordan Hoffman of Jordan Hoffman Acupuncture about what to eat and East vs West.