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Healthy Foods For Your Body

Updated on January 24, 2020


The juice has the dual capacity of raising the levels of the 'good' kind of cholesterol that we need while lowering the bad type. Beetroot also helps when you are low on stamina by reducing the oxygen uptake in your system so the chances of you getting tired are significantly reduced. Beetroot contains beta cyanine which has a detoxifying effect on your blood stream by eliminating toxins and preventing the potential build up of fat deposits. Beetroot juice enables one to have healthier skin and fabulous hair due to its vitamin, zinc, manganese, copper, iron and content.


This is calorie free and low in caffeine and therefore has high health benefits. The benefits of green tea are attributed to polytechnic Polyphenols which is a powerful antioxidant that acts on free radicals. Free radicals harm the body when given they are major cause of diseases and ageing, consumption of green tea is similarly linked with weight loss.


This is one of the most densely nutritious fruits in the world. It's sweet taste bears a close resemblance to that of banana, strawberry and pineapple. It helps with weight loss because of its fiber content which helps one feel fuller for longer. The vitamins A, C and E in it help fight against damage caused by free radicals. It is also said to prevent respiratory problems like wheezing and coughing, easing asthmatic symptoms.


This pear shaped fruit provides all amino acids that are necessary for the body to form a complete protein. The protein in avocado is readily absorbed into the body as it contains fiber, avocados are therefore great for vegetarians who want to get a rich source of proteins. Oleic acid in avocados improve cardiovascular health.


Since they contain calcium and zinc, they will contribute to an improvement in bone density and keep osteoporosis at bay. The seeds also have anti inflammatory properties therefore people suffering from arthritis can greatly benefit.


Cheese is said to be among the foods with the highest anti cariogenic properties, cheese may help reduce damage to teeth caused by acidity and plague. Vitamin B in cheese helps to maintain body functions and improving immunity.


They are rich in moisture, and are a source of vitamin C. The seeds and skins of tomatoes are great sources of fiber which helps with digestion, while the high potassium content helps relieve stress, muscle weakness and fatigue. Tomatoes are also useful in detoxing the liver and kidneys.

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