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Have you heard of glutathione (pronounced “gloota-thigh-own”)? Over the past couple of years, this powerful antioxidant has been a hot topic in nutrition and athletic circles. It’s even been called the “Powerhouse of Antioxidants.”
Enough research has been done on glutathione to inspire numerous companies to create supplements for those looking to improve their recovery after training and hard workouts.
I’ve been doing my own research on this monster of a molecule and seeking ways we can get more of it into our diets through fresh vegetables. I won’t go into all the science behind glutathione but here are some benefits that scientific studies have found in the “Mother of all antioxidants”…
Here’s where it gets personal. In my own research of finding ways to increase my glutathione intake, I landed on specific vegetables that actually stimulate the production of this antioxidant in the human body. So I thought to myself, “why not find several of these vegetables at my local supermarket and make a chopped salad in our food processor?”
And the results have been incredible as I consume this chopped salad literally on a daily basis. Not only am I getting a nice dose of glutathione but I’m also getting healthy fiber in an easily digested form. So what does this finely chopped salad include? Thought you’d never ask.
As I mentioned above, I use our food processor which makes this really easy. Place in a large bowl in the fridge. Keep all of it raw for the highest nutrient content. The garlic, turmeric, and parsley you use in smaller amounts since they’re stronger in taste.
The bottom line is having a well-rounded mix that you can eat on for several days. Many of the vegetables on that list are of the cruciferous variety and naturally emit a sulfur-like odor. You’ll get a nice whiff every time you open that big bowl for a serving.
High in the glutathione list include arugula, watercress, turnip, bok choy, collard greens, kale, radish and mustard greens, asparagus, okra, carrots, zucchini, green bell peppers.
Here’s a dressing you can also put together which complements this salad nicely…
The dressing could also be made in larger amounts & mixed up before using. If I’m feeling lazy, I simply add some lemon juice, Tamari soy sauce and cracked pepper and mix into each serving I eat.
Even as I’ve significantly increased my training load, I’ve noticed my body feeling really good. Both my recovery time and inflammation levels have decreased which are two things an endurance athlete is looking for. I’ve shared this chopped salad recipe with all of the athletes I coach and several have noticed similar benefits.
When I wake up the next day, my 44 year-old body feels ready to roll. In fact, I feel as though I’m recovering like a 22 year-old!
Get more glutathione and you’re bound to feel glorious!
Weight-loss diets are a big industry – especially when you consider that two out of three Americans are either overweight or clinically obese.
No, seriously, two out of every three Americans.
But with hundreds of popular diets, special diet foods, and health companies out there, why does the obesity problem continue to worsen?
Today we are going to provide you with some simple basics that can help you (and anyone) discover your optimal diet and help you on the road to improved wellness.
At BodyHealth, we focus on a holistic, health-oriented approach to alleviating the symptoms of depression and restoring emotional balance through nutrition. Our research and experience, which is corroborated by top research by some of the world’s top medical facilities and scientists, has indicated that not only are these drugs ineffective at treating the real problem, but that they actually push your system further out of balance.
Today we’re going to discuss how and why, and what solutions are out there to restore your gut and microbiome, and how strengthening your gut-brain axis can help you lead a happier, healthier life!