Get Energized with Super foods

Get Energized with Superfoods!

Looking for a way to feel good inside and out, maintain a healthy weight, ward off disease, and slow down the aging process? When you include few superfoods into your daily menu it maximizes the effects of your regular healthy diet. Packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, they deliver the most nutritional bang for your caloric buck!

One more important thing wants I want to say is moderate alcohol consumption can also lower your energy. So kindly eliminate your substance abuse habit completely.

Here are some superfoods to get energized

Chia seeds – edible seeds that come from a flowering herb in the mint family. They were used as an energy booster in ancient Aztec and Mayan cultures, which makes sense because chia seeds contain a high concentration of omega-3 fatty acids, and a healthy blend of carbohydrates, protein, fiber, antioxidants, and calcium.

Blueberries – it is packed with healthy antioxidants and it so easy and delicious to eat and. It is also high in vitamin C and potassium. Be sure to add them to your shopping list, along with their colorful friends, acai berries, goji berries, raspberries, cranberries, strawberries, and cherries. Not only can they lower your risk of heart disease and cancer, but they are also anti-inflammatory (and did I mention tasty?) When selecting berries, the rule of thumb is that the darker the berry, the more nutrients are packed inside!

Kale – it’s been called the “healthiest vegetable on the planet!” Just one cup of kale contains about 100% of your daily requirements for vitamins A, C, and K, providing major cardiovascular and anti-inflammatory benefits. It’s also rich in lutein and zeaxanthin, which promote healthy eyesight. Plus, kale is a great source of potassium, iron, phosphorus, and manganese – as well as over 45 different varieties of antioxidant flavonoids that lend themselves to cancer prevention!

Salmon – veggies are great, but I always recommend that you add some protein in too. Lean protein helps you to feel full and satisfied, without adding fat to your diet. In addition, wild salmon, along with herring, sardines, and mackerel is rich in omega 3s, which lowers heart disease risk, helps arthritis, and helps with memory loss and Alzheimer’s. It’s also believed that omega 3s are beneficial in treating depression.

Tea – swap out your morning coffee for a cup of tea! The overall antioxidant power of black tea is the same as green tea, but green tea also contains ECGC, an especially powerful antioxidant. When you drink green tea it reduces your cholesterol and it can inhibit the growth of cancer cells.

Almonds – nuts contain healthy fats, you will slim down, you get enough protein. Almonds are rich in protein, stomach filling, and also friendly to your heart. While a bit high in fat, they are one of the few foods that, like olive oil and avocados, contain the healthy monounsaturated fat, which is proven to help stave off diabetes and heart disease. Limit yourself to 10 – 15 almonds a serving, and keep the skin on to maximize the health benefits.

These nutritional superstars are just a few of the foods that nutritionists and health experts are touting these days. As said above kindly don’t abuse any substance in case if you have any habits like that kindly do a google search by saying alcohol and drug treatment services near me and live a healthy and happy lifestyle.