Micronutrients are the vitamins and minerals that our bodies need to function. We can’t make them naturally, so we have to get them through food or supplements. When treating and preventing digestive conditions, we want foods high in beneficial micronutrients like B vitamins, iron, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc, omega-3s and vitamins A, C and D.... View Article
Peach Cobbler in a Cast Iron Skillet "Old School" ... this is a classic "Old School" recipe just like your Grandma used to make. In your best southern accent, repeat after me... "Cuppa Cuppa Cuppa". That's the basic recipe for the cobbler. Cup of Sugar, Cup of Flour, Cup of Milk. You can use self rising flour and save adding baking powder and additional salt, but that's really the recipe. Very old school. very southern. And very tasty. AND VERY SIMPLE
Pumping iron just got tastier. The next time you're thinking about adding more energy to your day or getting more oxygen in your body, simply add more iron to your diet, says personal trainer and holistic nutrition coach Ange Peters of Hol-Fit.com, based in London, Ont.
Blackstrap Molasses IRON COUNT: 3.5mg Blackstrap molasses is a sweetener that's actually good for you. Besides being full of iron, this type of molasses is also full of calcium, according to WHFoods.com. Best Foods For Iron: 20 Foods Packed With Iron