If you’re one of those that have been bitten by the ‘healthy eating’ bug, and are looking to take your eating habits up a notch, here’s something that might help. Here are six powerful superfoods that take your diet to the next level and give it that healthy punch.
Berries are regarded as the best non-acid fruits, and are perfect for the Millennial generation today. They pack in a lot of vitamins and minerals, fiber and tons of antioxidants in a small, sweet package, making them one of the best healthy and sweet snacks to add to your diet.
What’s more, they are super versatile- add them to your smoothies or just have them raw!
Avocados are probably the healthiest superfoods out there. They pack in more potassium than bananas, and have high levels of monounsaturated fatty acids (healthy fats) which improve heart health and boost circulation. Consumption of avocados has also been linked to lowered cholesterol and triglyceride levels, which is an added plus.
Eggs are another nutrient rich food that you must consider adding to your diet on a daily basis. They were put down earlier due to their high cholesterol levels, but recent studies have shown that the benefits of their consumption far outweigh the health risks they pose.
Lemons are probably the most underrated healthy foods out there. Apart from being an excellent source of vitamin C which is concerned with boosting immunity, they also pack in other essential minerals like copper, iron, calcium, phosphorous, magnesium etc.
Asparagus isn’t applauded a lot for its health benefits, but it makes for an excellent superfood to add more of to your diet. It is extremely low in both calories and carbs, which makes it the perfect meal addition for weight watchers. It is also loaded with vitamin K- an important vitamin associated with blood clotting and optimum circulatory system health.
Chia seeds are the most nutrient rich foods out there—a single ounce packs in 11 grams of fiber and other minerals like manganese, magnesium, calcium etc. They also contain antioxidants and protein, and are associated with better weight control and enhanced immunity.
Adding more of these foods to your daily diet can work wonders in boosting your overall health and energy levels. So go ahead and get started!
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