Red Bell peppers have three times as much Vit C then Oranges. Broccoli is a great source of Protein and fiber. And it contains iron, potassium, calcium, selenium and magnesium as well as the vitamins A, C, E, K and a good array of B vitamins.
I did some research for us on this very topic. Here is what I learned in this order: 1) Red Bell peppers2) Broccoli3) Garlic 4) Ginger5) Spinach 6)Almonds 7)Turmeric 8) Papaja 9) Kiwi. Each listed vegetable and fruit has it’s own post and it will tell you, why it is so super good for you. Eat healthy and […]
Because it’s tasty.Because it’s a Superfood! It has tons of nutrition’s. It’s important for your bones, your skin and your hair. Those dark leafy greens are full of protein, iron, and vitamins.
Blueberries don’t only look delicious,they also taste delicious. It’s another super food. The potassium, vitamin’s (vitamin C and vitamin B6) plus the fiber, in blueberries supports heart health. It’s a great little healthy snack.
Studies have shown that eating a low-calorie first meal, like a mixed green salad of not more than 150 calories or less, gives you the feeling of feeling full). Don’t ruin it by drowning it with some kind of unhealthy dressing. Use a drizzle of Olive Oil (first cold pressed)
Avocados are delicious fruit. Technically it’s considered a single berry. It’s a nutritional goldmine. Fiber-rich and it only has healthy fat. One Avocado contains more the 12 minerals protein, complete, with all 18 essential amino acids; soluble fiber, to trap excess cholesterol.
High Fructose Corn syrup, empty calories etc. It does not only make you look sick, it makes you sick!!!!!! Not just high-fructose corn syrup, any added “too much” sugar will contribute unwanted calories which are linked to health problems. We all know it leads to weight gain, type 2 diabetes, metabolic syndrome, and high triglyceride […]