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Plus Size Wellness Spring 2018 Issue

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  • Spring
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  • Curvy
  • Foods
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  • Willpower
  • Rhubarb
Spring has officially sprung and Plus Size Wellness Magazine have included some great spring based information and tips in this our 1st Anniversary issue. We know you are aiming to get healthier this spring and you won't be disappointed with the articles we have inside. Enjoy your read!

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How to eat them: Aside from eating them raw, you can freeze them (just cut the stems off before freezing) and add them to smoothies, you can melt dark chocolate over a double-boiler to dip them into and then freeze with a chocolate coating for dessert. You can also put them on your chia pudding or oatmeal, or make a quick jam by chopping them up and simmering in a bit of water with a cinnamon stick and then adding some vanilla extract and maple syrup at the end. Spring Onions Onions contain a high amount of polyphenols, and especially flavonoids, which are compounds that play a major role in disease prevention and reducing the oxidative stress that wears our bodies down when we don’t take good care of ourselves. They are also natural antihistamines, and have antibacterial and antifungal properties. How to eat them: You can add raw onions to things like salads or tacos, or simply sauté them with some sea salt as a tasty caramelized onion side dish. They also make the perfect base for your spring sauces and soups. Radishes A great detoxifier, radishes are great at removing waste and toxins from both the stomach and liver. They are also a natural diuretic and help treat urinary and kidney conditions, not to mention fight cancer, hydrate your skin, reduce fevers, and even treat insect bites. How to eat them: I love them sliced thin with a handheld mandolin for a raw salad, and you can also roast them, add them to a quinoa salad like my Mediterranean Herb Quinoa Salad, or even juice them. Pretty much anything growing in your area is going to be beneficial, it just depends on your location and the temperature and time of year. So head over to your local farmer’s market in the weeks and months to come and enjoy all the goodness nature has to offer. Happy Springtime! Courtesy of .Elizabeth Rider

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