Health food: what foods you need to eat at least once a day
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March 6,2020 at 11:27AM UTC (Edited)
We all try to take care of our health and include the maximum amount of healthy products in our daily diet. A nutritionist from Toronto, Rosanna Lee, has named a list of the healthiest foods to eat at least once a day, newsyou.info writes .
A properly balanced diet significantly improves the quality of life, and also helps protect our body from deadly diseases - heart disease and cancer, which are often found in overweight people.
"The healthiest is the combination of the Mediterranean, Japanese, and French diets that guarantee a low-fat, high-nutrient diet,"
If you make it a rule to eat one of the above, then for many years you will be healthy, beautiful and in good physical shape.
1. Eat green vegetables .
Cruciferous vegetables such as Brussels sprouts and broccoli, as well as spinach provide our body with folic acid, calcium and other nutrients that strengthen bones and improve brain performance, as well as prevent age-related vision problems.
2. Eat berries -
blueberries, strawberries, raspberries and blackberries rich in antioxidants, which inhibit the aging process of the body and prevent the development of many diseases.
3. Eat beans and soy.
They are excellent sources of low-fat protein and high in fiber and antioxidants, as well as the vitamins and minerals we need, such as iron and potassium. Scientific studies have shown that beans and soybeans effectively protect against breast and prostate cancer.
4. Eat whole grain foods
, as well as rice. Whole grain pasta and bread are rich in fiber, vitamins and minerals, as well as antioxidants that provide protection to our body, reducing the risk of heart disease and cancer.
5. Add olive oil to your diet ,
which is the basis of one of the healthiest diets in the world - Mediterranean. Olive oil contains a large amount of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory monounsaturated fatty acids, which help reduce the risk of cardiovascular and cancer diseases, as well as age-related cognitive impairment (memory impairment and decreased brain performance).
6. Eat tomatoes .
They contain large amounts of lycopene (an antioxidant), which reduces the risk of cancer of the prostate, lung and stomach, as well as heart disease. You should eat boiled or stewed tomatoes, because compared to raw, they have a higher concentration of lycopene.
7. Eat nuts ,
especially almonds and walnuts, which are very rich in nutrients. They contain healthy fats, vitamins, minerals and proteins that support the efficient functioning of the brain and the normal functioning of the cardiovascular system. Nuts also inhibit the development of inflammatory processes in the body.
8. Eat more fish .
atty fish such as salmon, sardines, trout, tuna, halibut and mackerel contain a large amount of beneficial omega-3 acids, which, among other things, help prevent inflammatory processes in the body.
The last two healthy products on our list are tea: white and green. They contain gallate epigallocatechin (organic chemical compounds from the flavonoid group), which is one of the most “advanced” forms of antioxidants. Many studies have shown that drinking green and white tea helps reduce the risk of heart disease, cancer, and Alzheimer's.
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