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8 Healthy Foods you should eat daily

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Do you know the food you are consuming daily may be unhealthy? Walking into the famous grocery store does not mean you are getting high quality yet healthy foods. Not everything green has all the essential nutrients you require for your wellbeing.

With our busy schedules, getting healthy foods seems like a hard task, from ingredients to preparation. That is why most people prefer fast foods that are cheap but unhealthy.

Unhealthy foods have a negative effect on our bodies by increasing cholesterol levels and causing lifestyle diseases such as heart disease and Diabetes.

Here are some of the healthy foods you should try out:

  1. FISH AND SEAFOOD

Fish is one of the healthiest foods on the planet. It is loaded with important nutrients, such as protein and vitamin D. Fish is a great source of omega-3 fatty acids, which are incredibly important for your body and brain.

Fish and other seafood products such as lobster and octopus are effective for boosting brain health, preventing and treating depression, loaded with important nutrients, lower your risk of heart attacks and strokes, improve sleep quality and prevent asthma in children.

  • AVOCADO

 Heart-healthy fats and delicious taste are not all to love about them. You will get nearly 20 percent of your daily fiber in one-half-cup serving of avocado, plus cholesterol lowering fats.

Eating a diet that contains plenty of avocados reduces risk of many lifestyle-related health conditions.

Numerous studies have found that a predominantly plant-based diet that includes foods such as avocados can help decrease the risk of diabetes, obesity, and heart disease while promoting a healthy complexion and hair, increased energy, improved vision, prevent cancer, and overall lower weight.

If you hate avocadoes, you can always play around with different recipes depending on what fits you and your family. Do not miss this nutrient-filled food.

  • EGGS

Eggs are among the greatest source of protein with minimal calories (Zero fat and Cholesterol). One egg has about 70 calories and 6 grams of protein. On the other hand, egg yolks contain vitamin B12 and vitamin A.  They are also rich in lutein and zeaxanthin-two antioxidants that help keep eyes healthy, avoid the cause of blindness in people above 50 and protect your skin from UV damage as well as essential for pregnant women.

Depending on how you want your eggs, there are various ways to bring out the nutrients of an egg.

  • CHICKEN BREAST

Chicken breast is low in fat and calories but extremely high in protein. Since chicken fat is concentrated on the skin, chicken breasts are sold skinless and boneless thus healthy.

In comparison to most red meats, chicken contains two to three times more polyunsaturated fat and monounsaturated fat—healthier fats. Chicken also has a total carbohydrate count of 0, no trans-fat, and is low in sodium. It is not a source of dietary fiber.

Chicken breast is a versatile and adaptable protein source. You can easily serve it in countless ways across myriad cuisines globally.

  • KALE

Kale has become increasingly popular food due to its incredibly higher fiber content, antioxidants, calcium, Iron, vitamins C and K, and other nutrients. It adds a satisfying crunch to salads and other dishes.

All these nutrients help prevent various health problems, support heart health as well as remove toxins from the body.

  • SWEET POTATOES

They come in a variety of sizes and colors including orange, white, and purple. These wonder foods are rich in vitamins A, minerals, antioxidants and fiber. They come with numerous health benefits and are easy to add to your diet. You can easily recreate a new recipe from this famous healthy food depending on your needs.

Sweet potatoes are Highly Nutritious and Promotes Gut Health, Support healthy vision, enhances brain function and possesses cancer-fighting properties

  • BLUE BERRIES

Blue berries, as most berries are great source of fiber, nutrients that most people do not get enough. Fiber helps keep your digestive system healthy, protect your heart, prevent cancer and improve your waistline. Raspberries are one of the best breakfast foods for weight loss.

All berries are good for your health. They are great for smoothies, yoghurt or even oatmeal.

  • ORANGES

Oranges are your go-to the source of Vitamin C. They not also can serve as a snack but also a major recipe ingredient in various dishes. Nowadays, orange juice has an integral part of a healthy breakfast thus promoting a healthy start of the day. They’re mainly available in two categories; sweet and bitter, with the former being the type most commonly consumed. Generally, an orange should have smoothly textured skin and be firm and heavy for its size. These will have higher juice content than those that are either spongy or lighter in weight.

Oranges are high in Vitamin C, lower cholesterol, prevents skin damage, controls blood sugar level, and keeps blood pressure in check.

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