Healthy foods to eat every day!

We know that no food is really bad. It’s all about balance. So even French fries, chips, or chocolate can be part of a balanced diet, as long as you don’t overdo it. However, there are some foods that you would really benefit from consuming as often as possible because they are so good for your health that it would be wrong to go without them. Here is a list of foods that you should really make a habit of eating on a regular basis if you haven’t already:

Lemon
The juice of one lemon almost completely covers our daily vitamin C requirement. Lemon also helps. To strengthen bones, reduce the appearance of certain cancer cells, increase levels of good cholesterol, and is a natural anti-inflammatory.

Dark chocolate
Here is the good news! Just 45 g of dark chocolate per day would reduce the risk of one day suffering from a heart attack by 10%. Obviously, you also need to have a healthy and active lifestyle. Very rich in flavonoids (organic molecules responsible for the varied color of flowers and fruits and which represent an important source of antioxidants), dark chocolate helps fight against the appearance of many heart problems (including broken hearts!).

Nuts and seeds
They are rich in omega-3 acids, antioxidants, and phytosterols (lipids naturally present in plants), thus allowing the body to fight against the appearance of certain cancers, to reduce cholesterol, as well as the risks of diabetes and heart disease.

Broccoli
It is the richest vegetable in vitamin C, and it is also an excellent source of vitamin K. These two vitamins improve the health of the bones in general. In addition, broccoli is recognized as one of the best foods to fight against the appearance of many cancers.

Avocados
They contain many antioxidants, “good fat” and a substance that helps reduce the absorption of bad cholesterol from food.

Garlic
Antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral, antibiotic. Garlic lowers the risk of certain cancers and heart disease, in addition to strengthening the immune system. To benefit from its benefits, you should consume at least 6 pods per week, but there is no maximum limit.

Spinach
It might not make your muscle like Popeye, but spinach, like most leafy vegetables, is a great source of vitamin K that improves bone health. They also contain potassium, magnesium, and folate which minimize the risk of heart disease and certain cancers.

Legumes
They are rich in soluble fiber, protein, magnesium, and antioxidants. They play a role in the prevention of cholesterol and heart disease.

Berries (cranberries, blueberries, etc.)
Delicious to taste, berries are also good for us! They can fight constipation, urinary tract infections, certain cancers, and age-related amnesia. They are also great sources of antioxidants.

Flax seeds
These tiny seeds are full of soluble fiber, essential fatty acids, and many other nutrients. They prevent the onset of certain cancers, lower cholesterol levels, prevent heart ailments, in addition to treating asthma and acne. But you must always grind flax seeds before consuming them, otherwise, they pass directly from one side of the body to the other, their shell being too thick to be broken during digestion.

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