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Springtime is alive with an exciting sense of renewal and the promise of new beginnings.
As the darkness and cold of winter comes to an end, new life begins to flourish and revel in sunlight.
Seasonal foods and produce begin to appear at the local grocery market, making it a shopper’s paradise.
Some of the healthiest foods are available at this time of the year and health conscious shoppers with smiles on their faces are eager to fill their grocery carts with the delicious and wholesome springtime bounty. A superfood is a food product that can be included in a meal or eaten by itself while providing supplement-like benefits and Health.com highlights their top 10 superfood choices for spring.
With so many wonderful foods to choose from this spring, it is wise to keep good health in mind.
It is also a good idea to ask your grocer where the organic fruits and vegetables are located, and consider buying those as a first-choice. Sometimes paying a little for organic foods means buying foods that are purer and usually contain little or no toxins from commonly used agricultural sprays.
Armed with some healthy food options, enjoy your trip to the local grocer this springtime and bring home the healthiest possible foods for your family and friends to enjoy.
Until next time, enjoy the ride in good health!
Laurie Edwards-Tate, MS, is a health care provider of over 32 years. As a featured “Communities Digital News” columnist, LifeCycles with Laurie Edwards-Tate emphasizes healthy aging and maintaining independence, while delighting and informing its readers. Laurie is a recognized expert in home and community-based, long-term care services, and is also an educator.
In addition to writing for “Communities Digital News,” Laurie is the President and CEO of her firm, At Your Home Familycare, which serves persons of all ages who are disabled and infirm with a variety of non-medical, in-home care and concierge services.