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Winter Vegetables - Food Gypsy

Eat Happy, Beat SAD – Food Vibe with Dr. Kubie

Up to 15% of the population is affected to some degree by SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) or what most of us call the winter blues. Low light levels effect our natural circadian rhythms, and natural light directly affects brain chemistry. We took this issue to our resident Food Gypsy Health & Wellness Advisor, Dr. Josef Kubinec, because positive mental health is just as important as good physical health. Time for a little Food Vibe with Dr. Kubie.
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Sprouting Chickpeas, Day 3 - Food Gypsy

Sprouting in the Kitchen

Sprouting chickpeas? Really?! In the Gypsy Kitchen? Oh yeah, we're spouting chickpeas, because it's fun. Nothing I like more than growing things then eating them. When we talk about food in terms of fuel and energy think for a moment about the amount of energy that a seed produces to grow. Sprouting increases the protein, essential amino acids, enzymatic activity, vitamins, and fiber content.
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