The list of superfood is aplenty. We know not all of them are easily attainable or easily prepared to be consumed regularly. Here are easy and simple ways you can include superfoods into your daily meals. Read on to find out what are their benefits and how you can eat and use them so conveniently!
How to eat your superfoods..
They are delicate and buttery to taste, with a subtle hint of sweetness. They are also high in vitamin E, zinc, magnesium, copper and vitamin B2. Almonds are known to be great for bone health, the heart, the brain, skin, hair and your immune system.
Pack yourself a mini bag of almonds before you head to work or school. Munch on them when you are hungry to avoid overeating during meals, or have them as your mid-day snack. It definitely beats sugary soda, and potato chips!
Although they are high in fats and calories, avocados are one of the recommended foods to help with weight loss! They are high in fibre (10g per avocado), monounsaturated fat, and Vitamin K which means they keep you full for longer, regulate sugar metabolism, reduce abdominal fat and insulin sensitivity.
Start your day with smashed avocados on toast (add salt to taste), add them in your morning smoothie, or make yourself a simple and healthy guacamole vege dip!
They are low in calories, but provide a high concentration of omega-3 fats, protein, calcium, potassium, fiber and iron. Great for weight loss, prevent constipation, aids digestion, and fights heart disease!
Hydrate yourself and keep hunger at bay with chia seeds daily by adding them into your Juices, Nutmilk, Water, Lemon Water or Fruit Infused Water!
These dark green leafies are excellent source of protein, iron, vitamins, magnesium, copper and the list goes on. This green powerhouse has proven to help with diabetes management, cancer & asthma prevention, promotes digestion, lowers blood pressure, and promotes healthy skin and hair.
Best way to get your greens in? Juice ‘em! Whether you’re putting them through your home juicer or getting them conveniently delivered to you, just get ‘em in your body! You can set a regular juicing schedule to make sure you are getting your greens consistently.
By Erina @ Lifestyle
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