Super Healthy Foods for Diet & Nutrition. Part 2.
Super Healthy Foods for Diet & Nutrition. Part 2.

Super Healthy Foods for Diet & Nutrition. Part 2.

Eat To Heal Fruits and Vegetables.

Brown rice is a rich dietary fibre which can help lower blood pressure and support the good bacteria in your gut. It helps to keep constipation at bay and promotes weight loss by making you feel fuller and much longer. Bran and germ the two outer layers of the rice grain have the most vitamins and minerals. When these two layers are removed it becomes White rice stripped of most vitamins and minerals.

Some health benefits of eating brown rice is that it does not spike up  blood sugar. Studies on humans have shown that three daily servings of whole grains such as brown rice reduces  your risks of getting type 2 diabetes up to 32%. Improve heart health by preventing stroke and heart attack, it has high levels of magnesium which is a great added value.

Wild Salmon

Wild Salmon has much as 3 times the amount of beneficial omega-3 oils more than farmed varieties, higher levels of the antioxidant astaxanthin and less fat, making it one of the best choices of healthy eating. It prevents heart disease and circulatory disorders by working against the degenerative processes of atherosclerosis. Fish oils which are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, play a role in boosting aerobic fitness.

Various kinds of Pumpkins.

Pumpkin and pumpkin seeds are very good source of potassium and sodium also a fair amount of vitamins B and C. Best of all, they are extremely high in vitamin A- 450g ( 1lb ) of pumpkin can contain as much 5, 080 IU ( international  units) equal to 1.5mg RDA. Try having a fresh pumpkin pie regularly and adding pumpkin seeds to porridge and smoothies or munching on some seeds.

Sweet potatoes lowers LDL “bad” cholesterol which can lower your risks of heart issues. Large amounts of beta-carotene and vitamin A can prevent eye disease and support a strong immune system.Protect your body from free radicals damage and promote a healthy gut and brain function, because of their high levels of fibre and antioxidants.It controls diabetes.

Spinach is full of nutrients including vitamins and minerals such as iron,vitamins A, C, E , B9, magnesium and calcium minerals. It’s high content of lutein, zeaxathin and iron good for eye health. Helps the nervous system, protect from infection,flammation, anti-cancer, healty bones, controls diabetes, asthma and helps the clotting of the blood.

For morning serving include 1 cup raw spinach in your smoothie, lunch and or supper all spinach salad or 1 cup raw spinach to salad of your choice , you have covered your healthy daily servings.

Onions,chives and spring onions (scallions) have high sulphur content. Sulphur is a mineral  that helps prevent skin issues as ringworm, fungal infections, dry skin and rashes.Great source of vitamins, reduces the risks of cancer, alzheimer’s diseases.Great for spice and digestion.

Garlic is great and healthy for your heart, although it might not be great for those intimate moments of passion. Garlic causes the body to release nitric oxide, which keeps arteries pliable and supple while boosting circulation and helping to regulate blood pressure.Its one of the best choices for natural antibiotics ( check with physician or medical professionals) also a great spice .

Walnuts are great super food because they’re rich in vegetable oils and beneficial fats, they contain high levels of arginine, folate, fibre, tannis and polyphenols. Walnuts are an excellent way to boost protein intake as well.Great for eye health.

Organically grown fruits and vegetables contain significantly higher levels of disease-preventing antioxidants than covenentionally grown food. It’s better for health and also better for the overall environment.

Eat healthy and happy choose foods high in vitamins, minerals,health benefits and high in mood-boosting substance tryptophan including bananas, turkey,milk,yogurt, tuna and chicken that help you stay healthy, happy and content between meals.

I Eat to Live and Not Live To Eat! THIS IS FOR SHARING .Until Then.


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