Search This Blog

Monday, June 18, 2012

8 most surprising important foods to start eating!

Quinoa...I know I've said it before but I'll say it again! Quinoa is a must have staple to your diet! It's jam packed with protein, fiber, rich in vitamins and minerals. The perfect carbohydrate for your meal.

Spinach..a must!!! A superfood! This leafy dark green is super important and packed with vitamin k, biotin, and folic acid!

Oysters are an excellent source of zinc,selenium, calcium, iron and Vitamin A; as well as being rich in amino acids. Oysters also help in the production of Testosterone! Also an aphrodisiac ;) watermelon is so underrated! It's not just sugar and water! The benefits of watermelon go way beyond its spongy juicy pink insides. It has the highest amount out of any fruit of an antioxidant that detoxifies the body. matter the type! This fungi is mucho important for keeping estrogen levels at bay and fighting off cancer causing free radicals. Don't underestimate the power of FUNGUS! Mushrooms help promote muscle growth as well as regulate inflammatory biochemicals.

Eggs.. The complete protein! Totally natural and absolutely should be a staple of your diet! Don't skip out on the yolk! An example of how much yolk to consume would be 1 per every 3 whites. The yolk contains so many essential amino acids as well as important vitamins and minerals!!

Pomegranates have the highest amount of polyphenols which promotes fantastic heart and circulatory health!! They can also reduce high blood pressure.

Beets..They are just exploding with Potassium! As well as other important minerals, beets are a little higher in sodium for a vegetable, but are very beneficial! Throw some in your plane jane salad- For a little variety. The texture of beets is very nice ouhh lala.

So here's more amazing foods to incorporate on top of the rest, but just more generic and not as surprising, but of course JUST as important as the firsts. YOU Should already be including these foods below!!Some are sort of obvious..Just ideas..

LF/FF Cottage Cheese
Sweet potatoes
Greek Yogurt

No comments:

Post a Comment