Super Foods and Their Benefits
Blueberries combat aging, boost the brain and support digestion.
Cinnamon lowers bad cholesterol, helps treat alzheimer's disease and has anti-inflammatory properties.
Apples help with skincare, improving vision and they help control diabetes
Pineapples boost immunity, speed up wound healing and treat cold and cough.
Raw Nuts provide lots of fiber, omega-3 fatty acids and they're loaded with vitamins and minerals.
Salmon helps slow down artery-clogging plaque in blood vessels, lower your blood pressure and help prevent Alzheimer’s disease.
Beans/Legumes are good sources of potassium, iron, and phosphorus.
Quinoa helps with type 2 diabetes, provides a lot of protein and lowers your risk of heart failure.
Dark chocolate is good for your heart health, but just be sure that it’s at least 70 percent cocoa.
Asparagus is filled with mighty nutrients such as beta-carotene, folate and fiber, and only provide 25 calories per cup, or 5 calories per large spear.
Oatmeal is high in soluble fiber, which can lower cholesterol.
Soy products contain high levels of polyunsaturated fats (good for your health), fiber, vitamins, and minerals. Soy also reduces blood pressure.
Potatoes are rich in potassium, which can help lower blood pressure. And they're high in fiber, which can lower the risk for heart disease.
Avocados are rich in monounsaturated fats that may lower heart disease risk factors, such as cholesterol.
Eggs are a great source of omega-3 fatty acids, which are essential for normal body function and heart health.