Take care of your health with items from nature’s collection. Nature directly provides these foods that have been shown to improve a person’s overall health. And bettering your health leads to a better life in general.
Avacado – Avocados are high in omega-3 fatty acids, which improves blood flow to the brain, lowers cholesterol, and aids in antioxidant absorption. Avocados contain numerous antioxidants, including vitamin E, which protects the body and brain from free radical damage. They are also high in potassium and vitamin K.
Blueberries – These berries are antioxidant superfoods that protect the brain from the damage and stress that causes premature aging, Alzheimer’s disease, and dementia. Blueberries, according to research, also improve neuron communication, which improves memory, learning, and all cognitive functions such as reasoning, decision-making, verbal comprehension, and numerical ability.
Asparagus – Because it is high in vitamin K, researchers believe it is an anti-inflammatory nutrient as well as an antioxidant. Asparagus cancer research is in its early stages, and large-scale studies involving humans and diet have yet to validate it. However, the trends in animal and cell studies are clear – asparagus and asparagus extracts can positively affect cancer cell changes.
Broccoli – According to Johns Hopkins University researchers. Only 5 grams (0.17 ounces) of sprouts contain concentrations of the compound glucoraphanin equivalent to 150 grams (5.2 ounces) of mature broccoli, which can help fight cancer.
Green Peas – Instead of reaching for a handful of potato chips, this springtime favorite is high in Vitamin K and can help you fight osteoporosis. According to Care2, peas are high in coumestrol, a health-protective polyphenol. A study in Mexico City discovered that you only need 2 milligrams of this phytonutrient per day to help prevent stomach cancer.
Sunflower Sprouts – Sunflower sprouts are a healthy addition to any salad. One ounce contains 10mg of vitamin E. Sunflower seeds are beneficial to hair and skin because they contain copper.
Chives – Growing chives in your garden is a perennial that will return year after year. Chives aid in digestion and constipation, among other things. Chives contain a lot of zinc, magnesium, potassium, and iron. Chives have been shown to be beneficial in the treatment of cancers of the esophagus, stomach, prostate, and gastrointestinal tract. Chives can help boost HDL, or good cholesterol, and reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke.
Eating healthy foods can improve your overall health while also adding variety and activity to your life. Also noteworthy to point out, that eating healthy and improving your overall lifestyle can also improve your medical costs and life insurance rates.