Fish live in waters rich with minerals, such as iodine.
Kelp contains potassium, iodine, protein, magnesium, and other minerals. Kelp has higher mineral levels than most land vegetables. It’s also rich in the omega-3 fatty acid.
Mushrooms grow in beds of organic matter without the use of any pesticides. They are rich in iron and protein. Mushrooms boost your immune system and prevent infections. Research is finding that mushroom compounds can fight diseases such as breast cancer.
Coconut may lower the risk of heart disease, and coconut oil helps your immune system fight bacterial and viral infections.
Watercress contains more iron than spinach. Watercress can battle breast and lung cancers. Eating just three ounces a day boosts your levels of certain antioxidants by 100 percent.
Blueberries have high levels of antioxidants, they counteract inflammation and insulin sensitivity. Wild mulberries, huckleberries and blackberries, have a higher antioxidant content than cultivated berries.
Wild Rice is rich in protein, fiber and B vitamins.
Wild Game Animals deer, elk, wild boar and other wild animals have fewer calories, less saturated and total fat, and even lower levels of cholesterol. They are free of hormones, antibiotics and even the antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
Maple Syrup should be substituted for sugar. Use a small amount of maple syrup to sweeten your coffee, baked goods, or oatmeal. More than 50 compounds in maple syrup are known to battle cancer and heart disease.
Honey is full of living hormone-like qualities, rich in antioxidants and is often used as an antiseptic treatment on wounds. Honey may stop the growth of breast, prostate and endometrial cancers. Honey also has a low glycemic index, so using it to sweeten tea or coffee won’t lead to energy-busting blood sugar drops later in the day. The best honey is raw, from a local honey farmer.