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  1. Why can frozen berries sometimes be more nutritious than fresh berries? Many fresh fruits, like berries, and some vegetables too, are picked before they are ripe. This allows them time to fully ripen during transportation, but it means they had less time to obtain and develop a full range of vitamins, minerals and natural antioxidants with help from the soil. Berries destined to be frozen, on the other hand, are picked at peak ripeness, when they’re most nutritious. Both fresh and frozen berries are wonderfully nutritious, and incredibly antioxidant rich; include these little gems in your meals and snacks whenever possible 🙂

  2. I will absolutely follow these tips and am recording all of these in my diet journal! But, unfortunately, I cannot become vegan as my body has a tendency to use the iron in my body really fast, so will at least need a slice of salmon during dinner or lunch. But thank you so so much! I also have a question, how much was tuition for nutrition school and how long did it take? And is the best route besides hiring a nutritionist? I have a very strict income due to some physical and lifestyle complications (unable to obtain a license) and would like to know a good manageable route 😀

  3. new to your channel. Excellent production and information overall. I noticed the video is three years old..and I have only been aware of this myself for two..but the one thing I have to disagree with is the "health wholewheat pasta"… wheat is one of the most inflammatory foods eaten. It is one of the main reasons for the development of many,
    if not most chronic diseases afflicting westerners/those adopting a western diet. (The other main inflammatory culprits being: sugar, A1 casein dairy, seed oils (seeds themselves are good), other grains to a lesser extent, caffeine, alcohol. Am sure there are others but these are the worst! Due to an autoimmune issue I try to avoid them now and just about succeed with the exception of tea. I hope this info benefits others who would like to improve their health or health issues. 🙏 ps. If you give up wheat (or A1 casein and sugar to a lesser extent) there will be a withdrawal period which means you have flu like symptoms for a while (mine was 2 weeks). Good luck!

  4. I know this is an older video but I just had to say I tried your suggestion with the peanut butter…. Awesome~!!!!!!!!! I added pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, chopped pecans, flax seed, chia seed and hemp seeds. And because I like my peanut butter just a little sweet, I added a tiny splash of maple syrup. I have to tell you, this is one of the best suggestions I have heard in a long time. With me, I get a little hunger signal and because I don't have anything ready to snack on, I push it aside. By the time I'm ready to sit down and eat I'm starving! Thank you so much! I just finished up some on a piece of super crisp, crunchy celery! Best ever! I love your channel. Thank you for using ingredients that most people can get. So many of the channels use ingredients I either can't get or just can't justify the cost.
    The next thing I'm going to try is the beans and zucchini in my smoothies! Thanks again!
    BTW…. I've been freezing berries for ages. Thanks for explaining about the nutritional values. Good to know!