I will here give you a list of SuperFoods. Just because you deserve to give your body the best nutrition every day. The keyword is NON PROCESSED FOODS.
Each egg has 6 grams of protein but just 72 calories. No wonder researchers at Pennington Biomedical Research Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, found that eating eggs for breakfast (as part of a low-cal diet) helps you slim down.
It’s loaded with lycopene, which makes your skin look younger and keeps your heart healthy. In fact, a Harvard study found that women with the most lycopene in their blood reduced their risk of a heart attack by 34%.
They’re packed with polyphenols — plant chemicals that have been shown to boost bone density by stimulating your bone-building cells.
Just 14 walnut halves provide more than twice your daily dose of alpha-linolenic acid, an omega-3 fat that’s been shown to improve memory and coordination.
They have more glucosinolates (compounds that combat cancer and detoxify our bodies) than any other vegetable. For a side dish that will make you wonder why you’ve been avoiding them, slice each one into quarters, then sauté in olive oil with chopped sweet Vidalia onions.
A glass or two (or even a boost in your morning smoothie) of this anthocyanin-rich berry juice can dramatically boost the amount of antioxidants in your blood, says Texas A&M University researchers.
Apples contain quercetin, an antioxidant that may reduce your risk of lung cancer.
This calcium-rich veggie can protect your bones and may even ward off PMS symptoms.
Because steel-cut oats are less processed than traditional oats, they’re digested more slowly, keeping you full all morning long.
You’ll get all the heart-smart omega-3s you need in a day from just 3 oz.
The healthy fat in avocado keeps you satisfied and helps you absorb other nutrients. For a new twist, brush a halved avocado (pit removed) with olive oil and grill for one minute. Serve with red onion, sliced grapefruit, and balsamic vinegar.
Pumpkin is filled with the natural cancer fighters alpha- and beta-carotene.
A half-cup provides more than five times your daily dose of vitamin K, which helps blood clot and builds strong bones.
Need a reason to add cauliflower into your diet? It’s packed with cancer-fightingglucosinolates.
A 3-oz serving has 14 grams of protein but just 75 calories.
Collard greens are exploding with nutrients like vitamin A, zeaxanthin, and lutein, which keep your eyes healthy. You can also use Kale or white cabbage.
Olives deliver the same heart-healthy monounsaturated fat you get in olive oil, but for just 7 calories per jumbo olive.
Brown rice is a top source of magnesium, a mineral your body uses for more than 300 chemical reactions, like building bones and converting food to energy.
Oysters keep your immune system strong. A 3-oz serving (about 6 oysters) dishes up a quarter of your daily iron, plus nearly twice the zinc and all the selenium you need in a day.
One cup of edamame a whopping 22 grams of plant protein, as well as lots of fiber, folate, and cholesterol-lowering phytosterols.
Strawberries are loaded with ellagitannins, phytochemicals that may halt the growth of cervical and colon cancers.
A great source of meat-free protein, a half-cup of cooked lentils gives you nearly half your daily folate, a B vitamin that protects a woman’s unborn baby from neural tube defects.
Italian researchers found kiwi reduces asthma-related wheezing thanks to its high vitamin C content (one kiwi has 110% of your daily requirement).
A quarter-cup of sunflower seeds delivers half your day’s vitamin E, which keeps your heart healthy and fights infection.
Black beans are loaded with protein, fiber, and flavonoids — antioxidants that help your arteries stay relaxed and pliable.
Just 3 oz of sardines provides more than 100% of your daily vitamin D. They’re also a top source of omega-3 fats. Try adding mashed canned sardines to marinara sauce and serving over whole-wheat pasta.
A half-cup of asparagus supplies 50% of your daily bone-building vitamin K and a third of your day’s folate. And since it’s a natural diuretic, it banishes bloating, too.
Bananas are loaded with several kinds of good-for-you fiber, including resistant starch (which helps you slim down). And remember the most mature ones are the helthiest.
These sprouts have 10 times more of the cancer-preventing compound glucoraphanin than regular broccoli.
Each baked potato packs a megadose of blood pressure-lowering potassium — even more than a banana.
Not only is flaxseed loaded with plant omega-3s, it also has more lignans (compounds that may prevent endometrial and ovarian cancer) than any other food. Store ground flaxseed in your refrigerator and sprinkle on yogurt, cold cereal, oatmeal, or avocado toast.
Half of a large baked sweet potato delivers more than 450% of your daily dose of vitamin A, which protects your vision and immune system.
Blackberries are the king of the berry family. They boasts more antioxidants than strawberries, cranberries, or blueberries.
Brazil nuts have more selenium than any other food. In fact, one nut delivers your entire day’s worth.
Grapes are a leading source of resveratrol, the plant chemical responsible for the heart-healthy benefits.
A Tbsp of this heart-healthy oil has all the alpha-linolenic acid you need in a day, plus two different forms of vitamin E.
Blueberries improve memory by protecting your brain from inflammation and boosting communication between brain cells.
With just 4 calories per cup, this cruciferous veggie delivers a hefty dose of vitamin K, zeaxanthin, lutein, beta-carotene, and cancer-fighting phytochemicals.
If you have other SuperFoods, I would like to hear from you. Remember your body (YOU) deserve the best you can get. Therefore you should only eat this kind of food every day.
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