alimentos con propiedades curativas

Healing Foods

For SHA Wellness Clinic
Monday November 30th, 2015
Healthy nutrition

There are plenty of beneficial foods for our body, just as there are others that are not beneficial at all. Today we wanted to make a compilation of some of the most important healing foods. We recommend you to know the benefits in order to introduce those you think may meet your specific needs. Some of them won’t sound familiar, but surely you do not know the wonderful properties of some of the most common foods in our daily lives.

Healing Foods

Azuki Beans

Nourishing to kidneys, bones, joints, and adrenals – can help lower blood pressure and act as a natural diuretic.


healing foods

Dried Daikon

Weight loss, helps to dissolve fat deep in the body.


Good source of iron, lowers cholesterol, good for heart and liver, calming.

Sea Vegetables

Rich source of trace minerals especially calcium, high alkaline food, strengthens blood, calms and soothes the nerves


Treatment of throat infections, indigestion, constipation weight loss, respiratory disorders, high blood pressure, strengthens immunity and cleanses liver


Lower blood pressure and cholesterol, high in fiber, mild laxative, cleansing for gallbladder


Weight loss, lowers cholesterol and blood pressure, lung health, good source of calcium, iron, vits A,C and K


Anti-inflammatory, regulates blood sugar, weight loss, stress relief, lowers cholesterol and blood pressure

Caraway seeds

Prevent bloating, digestion

Fennel seeds

Bloating, balance reproductive, weight loss

Healing Dishes

Light Lemon Broth

A light, uplifting soup, which is great for relieving stress and feeling relaxed.

Preparation:Place the water, kombu and shiitake in a pan. Bring to a boil over a medium heat. Remove the kombu and add a pinch of sea salt.Season with shoyu and mirin and add the Chinese cabbage and spring onions. Cook over a low heat for about 3 minutes. Serve garnished with lemon slices and strips of toasted nori. HEALING FOODS
Dried Daikon Tea

Preparation: Place the dried daikon in a small bowl. Rinse then cover with water. Leave to soak for about 10 minutes. Discard the water.

Place the daikon in a pan. Add 4 cups of spring water. Cover and bring to a boil over a medium heat. Reduce the heat and simmer for 15-20 minutes.

Season with a few grains of sea salt, Remove the dried daikon and drink the tea while hot.




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