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Food for Maintaining Women's Health

Updated on February 27, 2019
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Healthy food choices to maintain women's health

Broccoli
Broccoli

Broccoli


Broccoli is a green vegetable containing sulforaphane, a chemical that can help reduce excess estrogen in the body so that it prevents the risk of cancer. In addition, broccoli also contains minerals that are needed by the body to increase immunity such as vitamin C, vitamin A, fiber, folate, calcium iron and potassium. Therefore it is recommended to consume broccoli at least 500 grams a week.


Papaya

Papaya
Papaya

Consuming papaya fruit is also very good for women's health. The reddish orange color found on papaya fruit is derived from the content of beta-carotene and lycopene, which is very useful for reducing two very deadly diseases for women, namely: cervical and breast cancer. Papaya contains antioxidants that help maintain cholesterol and blood pressure from a drastic surge as a result of aging. In addition, by consuming papaya fruit regularly you will avoid the risk of heart disease.

Nuts

Nuts
Nuts

Besides the above, these nuts are also very good for women who have diabetes and hypertension problems, Because these beans are low in fat and rich in fiber which is useful for lowering blood sugar levels and blood pressure. Nuts that can be consumed include walnuts, almonds and kidney beans that are safe to keep the body so that cholesterol remains stable. Consuming 12 pieces of walnuts every day you will avoid the risk of heart disease.

Berries

berries
berries

Blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries are very beautiful colored berries that have a special allure for women. Not only the beautiful color, it turns out that giving is very beneficial for women's health. Berries are very well consumed for those of you who are elderly because berries can help maintain brain health so they are not easily senile. Besides this berries contain flavonoids and antioxidants which function to protect cells from damage.

Edamame

edamame
edamame

Edamame contains a lot of good fiber and fat, which can maintain the function of female organs to keep working optimally, even with age. Besides that, Edamame can also be your best friend at menopause, because it contains isoflavones namely estrogen-like compounds. Edamame is very help ful in dealing with hot flashes or heat sensations in the body at menopause.


Avocado

Avocado
Avocado

Avocados are also one of the fruits that are good for the body, because inside avocados there is a content of monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFA) which is very good for maintaining women's health. The avocado diet can also help eliminate belly fat and protect your eyes and skin. By consuming a quarter to one half of avocados every day on a regular basis, it will help reduce LDL (bad cholesterol) and increase HDL (good cholesterol).

Yogurt

Yogurt
Yogurt

Do you know ... the age of 50 years and over is very susceptible to osteoporosis, which is why additional calcium intake is needed to avoid osteoporosis. The best source of calcium is in milk, but if you do not like to drink milk, you can replace it with eating yogurt, because in yogurt there is also a calcium content that is not less important than milk. Yogurt is enriched with vitamin D to help the body absorb minerals better. In addition, every 230 grams of yogurt can meet one-third of your calcium needs every day.

Sardines

Sardines
Sardines

Sardines are perfect for women who are actively breastfeeding, because they contain sardines, vitamin D, healthy fatty acids, and calcium which can improve the quality of breast milk, and also contain omega-3 fatty acids which specifically consist of DHA and EPA. The benefits of omega-3 are to improve brain function in infants while still in the womb, and for women who are not pregnant or breastfeeding sardines are also very good for maintaining brain health.

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