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  1. Dark Chocolate: The yummy element almost loved by everybody right from kids to adults is nutrient dense &  powerful antioxidant . It improves blood flow, lower blood pressure and the risk of cardiovascular disease and raise HDL. It may also improve brain function. It’s also said that consuming chocolates stimulates the “feel good” hormone in our brain inturn reducing stress levels . So…next time when you feel stressed go & have a chocolate !!
  2. Broccoli: Broccoli is a rich source of Vitamins A and K, and a flavonoid that lessens the impact of allergens. Vitamin k plays vital role in maintaining blood platelets.
  3. Olive oil:  Olive oil is the healthiest oil , especially choose extra virgin olive oil which is more green in colour & pure. It is rich in antioxidants, especially vitamin E, long thought to minimize cancer risk. It is rich in in monounsaturated fatty acids and is linked to longer life expectancy and lower risks of heart disease, high blood pressure and stroke.
  4. Beets: Everyone may not like them but beets are high in  vit – C, fiber and essential minerals like potassium , calcium and manganese. They contain the B vitamin folate and betaine, and may help lower blood pressure, fight cancer and inflammation, boost stamina and support detoxification. They also act as antioxidants which interferes  in free radical chain mechanism involved in lipid peroxidation.
  5. Nuts:  Studies have shown that eating a handful of  nuts could help extend a person’s lifetime. These simple finger foods are packed with nutrients .They contain lots of protein, fibres , unsaturated fats, omega-3 fatty acids and important vitamins and minerals required for a healthy body.
  1. Tomatoes: The original superfood, tomatoes are rich in alpha-lipoic acid, lycopene, choline, folic acid, beta-carotene and lutein. A rich source of vitamins A and C and folic acid, they are good for the heart, kidney, eyes and skin.
  2. Berries: These little fruits have high levels of phytochemicals, nutrients that help protect cells from damage. Be it strawberries, blueberries or raspberries, all have antioxidants that protect against ageing and support brain function and muscle retention.
  1. Spicy food: Studies have revealed that adding spicy food to your plate may add years to your life. Research has also linked consumption of spicy food to a lower risk of cancer and ischemic heart disease. Spicing up things can also help you lose weight.
  1. Green tea: Add a cup of green tea to your morning beverage rounds. It is loaded with antioxidants and nutrients, which may improve brain function, lead to fat loss and a lower risk of cancer.
  1. Spinach: Green veggies are always a better choice . Rich in vitamins and minerals, it is packed with phytonutrients such as carotenoids and flavonoids.
  1. Garlic: A small clove of garlic packs a super-healthy punch. It is very rich in vitamins C and B6 and manganese. It’s benefits span the gamut – from the humble common cold to blood pressure, cholesterol levels, heart disease and bone density.  It’s a vital antioxidant,  a person should consume atleast 1 clove of garlic on an empty stomach every morning to maintain normal b.p levels & control diabetes.
  1. Apples: Eating one Apple every day may keep the doctor away…. This red  fruit can help avoid Alzheimer’s, reduce cholesterol & also reduce diabetes.

 

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Hello, Iam a Nutritionist & Food Analyst . I like to write blog on Healthy Nutrition aspects & lifestyle ...I believe that healthy eating is an art of Life, Nutrition doesn't only revolves around weightloss or crash dieting , rather its about understanding the role of foods you consume.

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How much zinc you need and why you should care - AuroraSeek · May 18, 2018 at 10:59 am

[…] Animal meats & seafoods are much better sources for available zinc then vegetable products. Antioxidant rich foods are usually good sources of zinc […]

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