Chances are you’ve heard of disease fighting super foods that not only promote wellness and weight control, but taste good too. “Super foods” provide a number of essential nutrients, fill you up so you can enjoy plenty of food without excess calories, and they are easy to include in everyday meals.
Berries should be part of your daily diet. A Finland study found that just five ounces every day will offer you a healthy heart, lower your blood pressure, improve your cholesterol levels, and reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease.
Cruciferous vegetables like broccoli, cabbage and brussels sprouts have compounds in them that have been proven by science to shrink, and kill, cancerous tumors. Juice 1 head of broccoli daily to kill cancerous cells.
Carrots are rich in beta carotene, which is basically a form of vitamin A. Beta carotene is the vitamin that is responsible for the orange appearance of the carrots. Besides optimizing the retina’s functionality, it helps other parts of the eye function well.
Omega fatty acids such as found in flax seeds, walnuts, almonds, salmon, deep ocean fish, avocadoes, and other rich sources actually work to plump up the skin by feeding your body the right fats it needs to build cell walls and repair nerve tissue, even those found in the brain. They also help your skin fight the free racial damage to their cell membranes.
Some suggestions are peppers, tomato, spinach, cucumber, and mushrooms. You could also be eating a side of veggies with eggs and toast instead of home fries. If you need the potatoes try sweet potatoes (yams) instead.