Emily and Janet can’t shake or escape the low carb article they discussed on last week’s podcast. It seems that individuals are being mislead about low carb diets and can’t shake the negative connotations.
They suggest not trusting these headlines and doing research to see what could and couldn’t work for you personally.
First Segment: Nutrient Deficiency in 2018?
It may be surprising, but North Americans are still finding themselves nutrient deficient in 2018. But with so many of us grabbing convenient, non-nutritious, fast food – are we that surprised? The article that Emily and Janet focus on makes it seem that being aware of nutrient deficiency is easy as ABC, but it’s not always that simple. Emily and Janet touch on Vitamin D, Iron, and Folate/Folic Acid and how to combat being deficient in these essential nutrients!
Second Segment: Questions From Listeners
Jody asks, “Hi Emily and Janet, recently I have been getting 7-8 hours of sleep but every morning I still feel exhausted and struggle to get out of bed – Any idea why I still feel exhausted after getting a decent rest?”
Andy asks, “Lately, I can’t escape turmeric! I see it in cold pressed juices, my friends are adding it to their smoothies, and my local coffee shop even makes a turmeric latte. Are there health benefits to consuming turmeric? Should I jump on the turmeric train?”
Botanica’s Turmeric Golden Mylk is a blend of turmeric, dates, coconut, cardamom, ashwagandha, black pepper and cinnamon is made in small batches. Free from any fillers and artificial ingredients.
How to Prepare: Whisk one teaspoon (4.4 g) into one cup (250 mL) warm coconut or almond milk. Sip slowly and take a deep breath. Enjoy!
What’s For Dinner?
Super-Nourishing Chicken Soup
Serves 12 to 18
For The Broth:
For The Soup