Wellness Mix


Food is medicine when you are ill.

Microgreens are among the most nutrient dense foods you can consume.

Meeting the nutritional needs of a person with COVID-19
Nutritional requirements:

Fluid: about 3 quarts (3 liters) of fluid per day

Calories: 2000 – 2500 calories per day
Protein: 75 – 100 grams per day
Drink fluids every hour:

At a minimum, you should drink 2-4 ounces of fluid every 15 minutes. The optimal fluids to drink are clear liquid beverages with calories and protein, oral rehydration solutions or sports drinks.

Eat a high calorie, high protein diet:

Try eating 6 times a day, every 2-3 hours. Eat even if you are not hungry.

Calories are important to protect against breakdown of muscle for energy. Due to the increased stress from COVID-19, you need more calories than your normal diet.

Try to eat 75-100 grams of protein per day which is 10-14 ounces of a protein source. Good protein sources are: peanut or nut butters, milk, eggs, yogurt, cheese, meat/fish/poultry, protein shakes.

Due to decreased appetite, now is not the time to restrict calories. Eat nutrient-dense foods. Drink fruit juice, milk or other calorie-containing beverages.

Food is medicine when you are ill.  Our Wellness Mix will help you address your nutrient requirements!
Double or triple the portion sizes of added fats and oils (butter, margarine, cream cheese, sour cream, and avocado).

Try using liquid nutritional supplements (available in grocery stores and drug stores) between meals to increase your nutrition intake.
Eat small amounts frequently.

FOR COVID19 Recovery – we suggest 4 oz daily , the more you get the better for you.

For more information, visit nutritioncare.org/COVID19.


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The Broccoli Raab micro-green adds a coarsely flavor to your meal. It is composed of smalls light green delicate leaves over a white stem.

Contains soluble fibers, indole-3-carbonol (I3C), folate, sulfur, and a wide variety of minerals and vitamins C, K.


• Detox and heals
• Antioxidant
• Increases protection from bacterial and viral infections
• Reduces cancer risk
• Protects against heart diseases
• Regulation of blood sugar and insulin dependence
• Prevents both hyper and hypoglycemia
• Slows progression of AIDS
• Slows aging
• Contribute in DNA Repair and protection
• Protects against dementia
• Alleviates cardiovascular disease
• Alleviates hypertension
• Improves eyesight
• Protects from Alzheimer
• Protects from Osteoporosis
• Helps in strike prevention
• Reduces risk of Type II diabetes
• Lowers frequency of migraine headaches
• Helps in preventing Epileptic seizures
• Prevents spot baldness
• Alleviates inflammation
• Minimizes premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)

Peas are a powerhouse of nutrition and strong anti-oxidants. Peas have such high-quality protein that they are now added to many meals and commercial protein products. In taste, pea tendril microgreens are slightly sweet, with a mild bitter aftertaste, and they have a nutty undertone. The leaves have a texture similar to spinach, although not as delicate. Pea tendrils add freshness and a little crunch to dishes with rich and earthy flavors. Peas microgreens are low fat but high everything else. They contain protein, fiber, omega-3 and micronutrients. Rich in folate, carbohydrates, vitamin A, C, E, B1, B2, B3, B6.

HE A L T H B E NE F I T S Peas

• • Antioxidant
• • Helps prevent stomach cancer
• • Slows aging
• • Prevents wrinkles
• • Enhance the immune system
• • Helps protect from Alzheimer
• • Protects from Osteoporosis
• • Contributes to regulate blood sugar level
• • Prevents arthritis
• • Reduces bad cholesterol
• • Beneficial for weight management
• • Helps keep bones healthy
• • Relieves constipation
• • Has anti-inflammatory properties

Radish is well known all around the world. The radish microgreens are very nutritious and popular. Many varieties of radish are available with different colors from ranges of red-pink- purple to yellow and green. The radish microgreen is crispy, and its taste is sweet and pleasantly peppery also. The radish microgreen is a good source of vitamin C, energy and carbohydrates. It also contains zinc, potassium, folate, manganese, copper, sodium, phosphorus, dietary fiber, niacin, riboflavin, vitamin B1 & B6, calcium, iron, magnesium and so much more.

HE A L T H B E NE F I T S Radish

• • Natural diuretic
• • Anti-fungal and anti-bacterial
• • Detoxifying food
• • Has anti-inflammatory properties
• • Helps prevent lungs cancer
• • Recommended in jaundice treatment
• • Contributes to purifying the blood
• • Beneficial for weight management
• • Proven to be beneficial in urinary disorders
• • Helps with constipation
• • Helps cleanse the body
• • Soothes the digestive system
• • Relieves congestion, good for allergies, infections or colds

HE A L T H B E NE F I T S Fenugreek

Fenugreek, commonly known as Methi, is a rich source of protein, minerals, vitamins and fibre. Fenugreek contains phytonutrients such as choline and from ancient times, has shown to contain antioxidant, anticarcinogenic, antidiabetic, hypocholesteremia, hypoglycemic and lactation-induced properties as well as antibacterial, says Affrin Noor, Chief Dietitian and Nutritionist, Fortis La Femme Hospital, Bangalore.
* The leaves and seeds of fenugreek are used as a spice blend and chief ingredient in food preparation. These are rich in vitamins and essential for optimum health such as vitamin A, C, thiamine and folic acid. Fenugreek also helps in improving the homeostasis of glucose.
* Two teaspoons of fenugreek contain 3 – 4 gm of fibre.
* Fenugreek is affordable, high in fibre and complex carbohydrates. It controls diabetes, relieves constipation, lowers cholesterol levels, lowers the risk of heart ailments by lowering cholesterol levels and is good for lactating mothers. It also reduces menstrual discomfort.
* The flavour is sweet yet bitter and it is brownish yellow in colour.
* It can be consumed raw on an empty stomach after soaking it overnight to aid in weight loss and to rehydrate oneself. It is added in sprouts, salads, dips, fillings, etc.
“Other consumable forms are Methi paratha, methi-matar sabzi, methi paneer, aloo methi, methi bhaji, methi thepla, methi rice, oats methi vada, dal methi, etc. Please note it has to be taken in moderation. Methi seeds are widely used in south Indian curries such as rasam, sambar and pickles. The quantity to be consumed is about 1 – 2 tsp/ day for methi seeds and a fistful of methi leaves per serving a day,” added the dietitian.

HE A L T H B E NE F I T S Red Cabbage

Sometimes hailed as red kraut or purple cabbage, nutrient-rich red cabbage is good for you no matter what you choose to call it. Red cabbage may appear more red or purple in hue owing to the pH level of the soil it’s grown in. Interestingly, when cooked, this cabbage will turn blue. In spite of its color-wonderful nature, it is more than just a pretty plant. This cabbage, which stores much easier and longer than its white counterparts, is associated with many spectacular health benefits. Eating red cabbage as part of your weekly diet will benefit your health in the following ways.

1. Improve Digestion

One of the most important reasons to add more red cabbage to your diet is because it has the power to improve your digestion and prevent constipation. You might have imagined that your mother added tons of attractive red cabbage to dinner salads, but she might have known about this vegetable’s age-old ability to keep you regular. Red cabbage is loaded with dietary fiber. This fiber is essential for maintaining your digestive tract functioning in optimum condition. You can add red cabbage to your salads or enjoy a cup of coleslaw to enjoy its digestive health benefits.

2. Prevent Cancer

Uber-rich in antioxidant compounds, red cabbage is a well-known vegetable that has cancer-fighting potential. The antioxidants in red cabbage include anthocyanins and indoles, which do an excellent job of neutralizing free radicals, the unwanted harbingers of disease. Free radicals can occur in our body for many reasons, merely as the result of cellular functions. On the other hand, when their numbers rise, the body can become vulnerable to disease. Things like air pollution and smoking can lead to an unhealthy rise in the presence of free radicals. Antioxidants render free radicals powerless to wreak havoc in our bodies.
3. Keep Your Heart Healthy
Along with its many nutrients, red cabbage contains potassium, which is vital to promoting a regular, healthy heartbeat. Additionally, the fiber in red cabbage helps reduce unhealthy levels of bad LDL cholesterol that can cause heart disease. Red cabbage’s antioxidants also help maintain heart health. If you are concerned about developing heart disease or if it runs in your family, be sure to eat a heart-healthy diet that includes antioxidant-rich foods like red cabbage.

4. Feel Full, Lose Weight

Red cabbage is low in calories, but it can leave a person feeling quite satisfied after eating it. If you’re dieting, you’re likely looking to eat low-calorie foods that are low in fat and high in nutrients. After eating red cabbage, you’ll be less inclined to indulge in other less healthy snacks. Even if you aren’t dieting, eating red cabbage will help you keep your weight maintained. Enjoy braised red cabbage as a side dish or eat it pickled between meals.

5. Brain Boost

Who wouldn’t love a brain boost now and then? When you’re feeling mentally dull, add some red cabbage to your meals. Red cabbage contains magnesium and manganese. These nutrients contribute to healthy brain cells as well as optimum nerve function. When your brain is functioning optimally, you’ll feel improved energy and better focus. Top your lunches with sprinklings of red cabbage to give your brain a healthy boost.

6. Eye Protection

Red cabbage is rich in vitamin A, a nutrient that supports optimum eye health. Eating red cabbage may help you protect your eye health by preventing cataracts as well as macular degeneration. As we age, it becomes increasingly important to eat foods that have beta-carotene or contain vitamin A, which can be converted to beta-carotene, to promote good eye health. Red cabbage also contains many other nutrients that can help keep your vision at its best.

7. Detox Your Blood

A diet rich in red cabbage can lead to reduced toxin levels in your blood. Red cabbage has natural detoxification properties. For instance, the sulfur contained in red cabbage has cleansing properties. Once you begin to eat red cabbage routinely, you may start to notice that you feel lighter and have more mental and physical energy. You can add red cabbage to your detox juices or simply enjoy it in salads or stir-fries.

8. Boost Your Immune System

Don’t wait for cold and flu season to give your immune system a boost. Among its many nutrients is a healthy dose of vitamin C. This vitamin, also known as ascorbic acid, is an essential antioxidant. It has the power to stimulate our body’s production of white blood cells. These blood cells act as your immune system’s first line of defense. A staple in many Eastern European countries where winters can be severe, red cabbage is a great food to enjoy in the winter months when your immune system can use some extra support.

9. Combat Arthritis Inflammation

People who have arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis are not strangers to joint pain caused by inflammation. Because of its anti-inflammation properties, eating red cabbage on a regular basis can help you if you suffer from these conditions. Even though red cabbage cannot cure these conditions, it can alleviate their symptoms, which can be a great relief at times. Add some shredded red cabbage to your next sandwich to enjoy its anti-inflammatory benefits.

10. Show off Your Gorgeous Mane of Hair

Yes, it’s true! Eating red cabbage can enhance your hair health. Red cabbage contains sulfur which enhances your hair follicles’ ability to absorb nutrients. Consequently, the hair appears more shiny and glossy when it has the vitamins it needs for optimum health. When you want to spruce up your hair, simply jazz up your next roast pork loin or stir fry with some braised red cabbage. Some people go so far as to squeeze the juice of red cabbage on to their scalp.

Sunflower microgreens offer one of the most balanced forms of a complete plant protein around. It is one of the best food to add to your diet for overall health and wellbeing. It has a strong stem and green leaves. The taste is fresh and crunchy. Delicious eaten as a snack or in any salad, sandwich, wrap or culinary creation. Sunflower microgreens are low in calories and high in nutrition, making them ideal for any natural and healthy fat loss program. They are a great source of valuable nutrients including proteins, enzymes, folic acid, selenium, lecithin, minerals, including calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, potassium, phosphorous, zinc as well as vitamins A, C, Complex D and E.


? • Contains lecithin which helps break down fatty acids
? • Activates cells in the immune system
? • Helps build skeletal, muscular, and neurological systems
? • Boosts your fertility
? • Aids in stress relief
? • Helps eliminate accumulated cholesterol in arterial walls
? • Improves regeneration of blood supply
? • Revitalizes tissues
? • Calms inflammation
? • Activates deodorizing the body
? • Natural expectorant
? • Antioxidant
? • Helps prevent heart disease


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