There is a saying let your food be your medicine and your medicine be your food while you should always go to the doctor for a medical issue,
Imagine how much better we’d feel as a society if we made it a habit to feed our bodies what they need instead of what our brains and tongues crave.
Even small changes like two to three servings of a specific veggie a week or a smoothie in the AM instead of a doughnut can have a huge impact on your health and well-being. What foods can make a huge difference.
25 the most well-known superfood is probably kale. While many people love it some people absolutely hate it mostly because of its notoriety.
Kale contains high amounts of vitamins A C and K can help circulation reduce bloating reduce inflammation and even contains omega 3 fatty acids which are essential for brain health and heart health.
Winter raw kale can also help with cholesterol and blood pressure levels due to its high fiber content. If you hate kale sneak it anywhere you can. Smoothies brownies stir fries soups. It still counts when you can’t taste it.
Egyptian spinach is really good for you. It contains many of the benefits of kale but is much more palatable. It’s got carrot teams antioxidants Vitamin A B6 C and K as well niacin and magnesium.
Blueberries are full of amazing this like antioxidants which may protect against cancer. Plus fiber vitamin C vitamin K and manganese. Studies are being done to see if blueberries can improve memory or help stave off age related memory loss.