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Ingredient Spotlight - Jalapeño
These spicy little chiles are full of nutritional benefits.  Jalapeños range between 2,500 and 5,000 on the scoville scale.  Jalapeños get their spice from a compound known as capsaicin, which has many powerful health benefits. The capsaicin present in jalapeños may help promote weight loss by boosting the metabolism.  The heat from the pepper can also help to decrease appetite. Jalapeños are also high in vitamin C, which can help fight the effects of the common cold and boost the immune system.  One serving of jalapeño contains 66% of the recommended daily dose of vitamin C!  The capsaicin in jalapeños...
Ingredient Spotlight - Chickpeas
The round little legumes are a staple in cuisines all over the world. Chickpeas are known by many different names such as garbanzo beans, chana, Egyptian peas, and whole Bengal gram. Chickpeas are high in protein, making a great meal option for vegans and vegetarians. They are also high in fiber, which can make you feel fuller faster and help to regulate blood sugar. Chickpeas also contain potassium, iron, and calcium, which is essential for healthy bones and teeth.   There are countless ways to enjoy chickpeas, but some popular options include mashed up as the main ingredient in hummus,...
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This deep green powder is an antioxidant powerhouse.  Matcha is made up of the entire tea leaf making it more beneficial than a cup of green tea, in which the tea leaf is infused in water.  Matcha contains a powerful type of antioxidant called catechins, which help to fight free radicals in the body. Matcha also contains an amino acid, L-theanine, which promotesmemory and attention-span while inhibiting any negative side effects that caffeine can have on the mind.  In other words, you can concentrate on a task without having to worry about the dreaded caffeine crash. Nutritional Benefit Matcha also contains...
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