• Sweet Potatoes

    Diet Nutrition Sweet potatoes are marginally higher in calories than white potatoes. They contain large amounts of beta-carotene and other carotenoids which gives them exceptional anti-cancer properties. Sweet Potatoes also contain vitamin C and vitamin E. Highly recommended, especially for smokers. Calories in Sweet Potatoes: 4 oz/100g = 90 calories

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  • Strawberries

    Diet Nutrition Strawberries are rich in vitamin C and contain modest amounts of iron. This combination makes strawberries especially useful in the treatment of anemia and fatigue. Strawberries also contain the soluble fiber pectin which helps eliminate cholesterol as well as environmental toxins. One of the healthiest fruits you can eat. Calories in Strawberries: 1

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  • Squash (Pumpkin)

    Diet Nutrition Squash is a rich source of beta-carotene and other carotenoids as well as the antioxidant vitamins C and E. It is also a good source of potassium. This makes it useful as a protection against cancer. Pumpkin seeds are a particularly good source of omega-3. Calories in Squash: 4 oz/100g = 36 calories

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  • Soybeans

    Diet Nutrition Soybeans are one of the few plant sources of complete protein with all eight essential amino acids. Soybeans also contain phyto-estrogens (oestrogens) which help to reduce menopause symptoms and may help prevent breast cancer and osteoporosis. Like most beans, soybeans are rich in the best sort of fiber – soluble fiber – which

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  • Soba Noodles

    Diet Nutrition Soba noodles are noodles made from buckwheat. Buckwheat is a gluten-free grain that contains no wheat. Soba noodles, because of their buckwheat content, are a slow-releasing carbohydrate. They contain selenium and zinc. Soba noodles are eaten as part of the Okinawa diet and by most health-conscious Japanese. Soba noodles and buckwheat pasta are

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  • Shoyu, Tamari

    Diet Nutrition Shoyu is a naturally fermented soy sauce, made from soybeans with barley or wheat. Shoyu is also known as Tamari. It is not the same as manufactured soya sauce which usually contains sugar and other additives. Shoyu is a living food in the same way that yogurt is and contains bacteria and enzymes

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