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Our passion is living healthy, and we are here to share everything we've learned through-out our journey.

Increasing Iron Absorption: The Definitive Guide

Updated September 16, 2016 - 0 Comments

Increasing iron absorption is the most challenging part of treating iron deficiency. You’ll need to learn: how to naturally increase iron levels, design recipes, know the enhancers of iron absorption, inhibitors, when to take supplements … if you want to have normal iron levels.

If you want to increase your iron levels (and who doesn’t on these cold days) then this guide is a must.

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Veggies With Iron: Quinoa, Cabbage and Chia Salad

Updated July 3, 2016 - 1 Comments

Read Why The Iron Man Salad Stands Out From Other Veggies with Iron

If you have low iron levels in blood, you will love this salad.

In fact:

Unlike other iron-rich foods for vegetarians, which are only high in iron…

…this recipe is specifically designed to increase the bioavailability of iron with the help of other micronutrients.

The best part?

It weighs only 250 calories.

And if you follow our instructions, you’ll be good to go in less than 25 minutes (while waiting most of the time).

Honestly, the salad is really easy to make, but I will explain in the post why it’s better than other veggies with iron.
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Cooked Quinoa Salad: Nutrient Bomb Packed in 380 Calories

Updated May 10, 2016 - 7 Comments

Cooked Quinoa Salad: The Currynoa SaladToday you are going to see one of our favorite nutrient bombs in action:

The Currynoa Salad.

First, I’ll explain the recipe: how it boosts your health, how it helps your weight loss and why it’s called Currynoa. (Nikola)

Then, I’ll show you how to prepare this cooked quinoa salad in less than 30 minutes. (Anastasia)

Let’s dive right in.

The Currynoa Salad Recipe: Highly Nutritional Cooked Quinoa Salad

The Currynoa is awesome for one simple reason:

It’s a 380 kcal recipe that has a lot of nutrient value in it, a lot:

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