Chef Charleston has honed over two decades of culinary expertise and artistry to bring inspired dishes of fresh, local, real foods to What’s Fresh
Eatery at What’s Good. Fusing the ancient wisdom of Chinese medicine medicated diet, and food cures with the discoveries of contemporary modern-day nutrition, Chef Charleston harnesses the medicinal, healing power of food to bring more health & vitality to what we eat. With an emphasis on wholesome, minimally processed foods that support sustainable agriculture, he expertly bridges the gap from farm-to-table.
According to Chinese medicated diet and food therapy, seeds are qi tonics- they give energy to the body and promote strength and good for kidneys.
From a western nutrition viewpoint, seed bread can be considered a whole food, as the ingredients undergo minimal processing. Seeds are rich in protein, good in quality healthy fats, dietary fiber , minerals and antioxidants.
Hemp Seeds: Rich in Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids, promote hair and skin growth
Chia Seeds: Rich in iron, folate, magnesium and calcium, chia seeds are excellent for boosting the strength of bones and the immune system.
Sunflower Seeds: High in folate and vitamin E, sunflower seeds enhance the immune system and may help to prevent cancer.
Sesame Seeds: Rich in antioxidants, protein, zinc, and can improve sexual health and functions in men because it helps with testosterone. It can lower blood pressure, improve digestion and reduce inflammation.
Pumpkin Seeds: Also called pipits, are high in iron, zinc, vitamin B, magnesium , protein, and tryptophan which can help to balance emotions and lower anxiety.
Psyllium: Very rich fibre, psyllium husk improves intestinal health, can greatly address constipation aiding in weight control.
Conventional bread often lacks nutritional value and converts quickly into sugar as the body digests it. All of which can contribute to digestive dysfunction, hormonal imbalance and blood sugar issues. Seed bread is an excellent alternative that can be enjoyed not only for it’s delicious taste but nutritious power as well.
Ingredients:Gluten free oats, sesame seeds, pumpkin seeds, hemp seeds, almonds, garbanzo bean flour, psyllium husks, chia seeds, sunflower seeds, maple syrup, coconut oil.