Top 10 Superfoods You Should Already Be Eating
Top 10 Best Food you Should Eat
Nowdays human body suffering from protein, vitamin and minerals due to lack of knowledge or food price are going high today i’m writing here multi-tasking foods will help you feel energized, stay fit, and be your healthiest self. These food are daily to use and easily available in most of places in all over world. Many research done at this food already and they proved these are #superfood, I hope most of people already be eating.
As these seen in red colour types rounded fruits as well as Apply types shape. The seeds are jewels of health and loaded with antioxidants. Pomegranate juice actually has higher antioxidant levels than red wine! Here get comment from celebrity nutritionist Lisa DeFazio, R.D.N. “They’re also a good source of vitamin C and folate.” Try using the juice as a base for marinades and sprinkling the seeds into yogurt, cereal, or salads.
This is same like potatoes but they have the nature of sweetness as nothing quite symbolizes fall (besides, you know, costume hunting and pumpkin picking) like sweet potatoes. “This warm and comforting alternative to white potatoes is more nutrient-dense,” says Annie Kay, R.D.N., lead nutritionist at Kripalu Center for Yoga& Health. Her best recipe suggestion? “Mash them with cashew butter and cinnamon for a balanced, stick-to-your ribs seasonal breakfast.”
Everybody like apple these available in more varieties, Pricing are according to quality of apple. Generally you can buy apple at 100 Rs. Kg in local market, these are actually best quality apple. Now talk about nutrition available in Apple “A medium apple provides four grams of satiety-enhancing fiber. But make sure to eat the skin, which contains quercetin (a phytochemical that supports cardiovascular health),” says Bellatti. Crunch on ’em raw or “add chopped apples to oatmeal topped with cinnamon and nutmeg. It’s a healthy breakfast that can double as a snack or dessert,” says Scritchfield.
Known as wholly leave in our India. “Tulsi (called ‘the incomparable one’ in India) contains an array of phytonutrients that act as adaptogens, [which work to support] immune health in a variety of ways,” says Kay. Consider them your secret weapon to protect against colds, mood swings, and other seasonal transition woes. Ocimum tenuiflorum, commonly known as holy basil, tulasi or tulsi, is an aromatic perennial plant in the family Lamiaceae which is native to the Indian subcontinent and widespread as a cultivated plant throughout the Southeast Asian tropics.
“Cranberries are packed with antioxidants and vitamin C and actually have [properties that are] good for urinary and dental health,” says Mitzi Dulan, R.D., author of The Pinterest Diet: How to Pin Your Way Thin. You’ll want to look for plump and firm berries, and, for maximum health benefits, skip stewing them in a sea of sugar – just pop ’em as a snack or stir into oatmeal with a touch of cinnamon and honey.
“One cup has nearly 250 percent of your vitamin K needs and 130 percent of vitamin C, which is good for your immunity, and healthy hair, skin, and nails,” says Scritchfield. Adult-you still not into ’em? Try Bellatti’s go-to recipe: “Peel off the outer layers, slice into halves, toss with teriyaki sauce, and roast in the oven for 25 to 30 minutes. They’ll quickly become your favorite vegetable!”
This squash variety is “a standout when it comes to levels of vitamin A and vitamin C, two nutrients that help with immune function,” says Bellatti. “Look for [squashes] that are heavy, and have no bruises,” says DeFazio. Roast it with olive oil then add salt and pepper and you’ve got one of life’s most delicious edible pleasures. And if you have any leftovers, toss roasted chunks into risotto or soup. Dinner = done!
Come fall, you’ll want to load up on this dried (and delicious!) nutritional rockstar. “Dates are low in fat and a good source of fiber and potassium,” says DeFazio. They do a great job of filling you up, and, yes, they can help you go. “Plus, they’re great chopped up in desserts or added to smoothies and oatmeal.”
Forget the bad rap many white foods (white bread, chips, mac and cheese…) get. “White foods can be healthy! One cup of cauliflower provides 73 percent of your daily vitamin C needs, along with key phytonutrients and antioxidants to protect cells from harmful oxidation,” says Scritchfield.
“The humble head of cabbage is an excellent source of vitamin K, which helps prevent bruising and bleeding,” says Scritchfield. If you can, opt for the purpley-red variety: “The red cabbage variety provides more phytonutrients than green cabbage.” Cabbage stir fries are delicious and it makes for a great soup addition, but for something different, try swapping a few shreds of it onto a sandwich in lieu of pickles.