Apple:

Once again popular knowledge is not wrong. "If you want to have a healthy life, eat an apple." Why? They are a source of antioxidants and, therefore, help slow aging and certain diseases. A single unit provides 1.500 ml of vitamin C. The University of Florida calls them "miracle fruits." Its polyphenols increase life expectancy, reduce bad cholesterol by 23% and increase good cholesterol by 4% in just six months !!! One apple a day provides quercetin, a flavonoid that reduces the risk of allergies, heart attacks, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, and prostate and lung cancers.

Almonds

Aim. The list of almond benefits is vast: rich in magnesium, vitamin E, iron, calcium, fiber and riboflavin. We recommend taking them mid-morning, since the almonds have More fiber than any dried fruit !!! Its satiating effect will help you get with energy until mealtime. In addition, they will protect your heart, since they have cardioprotective effects.

Broccoli.

It is one of the foods that, according to science, can help the most in the fight against cancer. It is rich in fiber, vitamin C, calcium, potassium, folic acid, and phytonutrients. But the most interesting thing is high level of myrosinase, an enzyme considered anticancer. Boiled helps prevent arthritis. And a secret that will amaze you: frozen broccoli has four times more beta-carotene (supplier of vitamin A) than fresh broccoli, since it freezes at its optimum. If you are bored with so much broccoli, discover the benefits of trendy vegetables: bimi.

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Blueberries

Blueberries are rich in fiber, antioxidants, and phytonutrients, which help prevent disease. Consumers are less likely to experience cognitive decline (according to the Harvard Medical School). They help reduce obesity and reduce the risk of hypertension by 10%. They are especially recommended to prevent diseases of the urinary tract such as cystitis.

Avocado.

Due to their high fat content they have a very bad reputation. However, they are monounsaturated fats, "the good ones." In addition, they are a source of vitamins B, K and E and are very satiating thanks to their high fiber content. According to an article published in the journal of the American Heart Association, they help lower bad cholesterol.

Blue Fish.

We refer to tuna, sardines, salmon, trout ... blue fish is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, very beneficial for the heart and nervous system. They also have an anti-inflammatory effect. They also provide vitamins A and D. They will help you prevent and combat rheumatoid arthritis.

Spinach.

You'll already know from Popeye. Spinach and other green leafy vegetables are rich in antioxidants. It is recommended to take them raw (for example in salads). They are sources of vitamins A, B6, C, E and K, as well as selenium, niacin, zinc, phosphorous, copper, folic acid, calcium, manganese and iron.

Wheat Germ

The gold of vegetarians. Wheat germ is a good nutritional supplement, which provides vitamin E, iron, zinc, selenium and manganese. If you take a tablespoon a day, you will get almost 3 g of protein. It is also a great source of fiber and is rich in folic acid. If you have a streak that is very tired, try it: combat fatigue and reduce insomnia and anxiety. In cosmetics it is highly recommended, because it improves the appearance of the skin and hair.

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Ginger.

It is a highly recommended food for athletes, as it can reduce stiffness by 20%. For women it is especially beneficial: it eliminates nausea in pregnancy, increases sexual desire in menopause and prevents cardiovascular diseases. In addition, it is one of the best natural anti-inflammatory and pain relievers that we have at our fingertips.

Oatmeal.

It is rich in complex carbohydrates and water soluble fiber. Take it to improve your digestion. It also lowers blood cholesterol levels and is rich in B vitamins, omega-3 fatty acids, folic acid and potassium.

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