Autumn has one foot in the door and with it all the accompanying symptoms, such as a depressed mood;
- melancholy days, thanks to changes in the weather and the feeling of leaving the house in the dark in the morning, as well as in the dark
- to head back home. Especially at this time of year, a runny nose lurks on seemingly every other corner
- or a nasty little virus that wants to make our everyday lives even more difficult!
So here are 3 healing foods that can actively and protectively accompany you through the fall:
Pimp your salad with ENDIVE!
The healthiest thing about endive is found in the lower parts of the leaf and in the leaf stalks: They contain the bitter substance inulin, which has a particularly beneficial effect on the intestinal flora. At least since the world bestseller >> Intestines with charm << is known —> a happy gut = less depression!
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The sulfur-containing essential oils in red onions are good for the body and, like endive, especially for intestinal health. They are natural substances that have a similar effect to antibiotics in that they rapidly inhibit disease-causing bacteria. (the rawer, the higher the proportion of essential oils that the bacteria work away).
Pro tip: onion and endive may placed in every salad, the onion likes to be added raw in fine rings and with a little orange balsamic vinegar, green mixed salads, caramelized walnuts, a good olive oil and vegetables of all kinds, the onion becomes a light sharp rounding off component.
Pumpkin scores with a whole host of nutrients.
It is a particularly good source of vitamin A, B vitamins, potassium, copper and manganese. 100 grams of pumpkin already cover 26 percent of the daily requirement for vitamin A and almost 10 percent of the daily requirement for potassium.
Although it tastes sweet and savory, 100 grams of pumpkin only contains 26 kcal. At the same time he is doing the right thing Fed up and is therefore ideal as a filling supplement. The many nutrients combined with the low amount of calories make pumpkin the perfect fitness food.
So enjoy yourself, get into autumn & don't forget your cozy socks! HERE You can also find recipe ideas for preparing pumpkin.
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