11 Healthy Foods

Here is a list of foods which will efficiently keep you healthy while simultaneously warding off diseases, if grown the organic way.

  1. Garlic is beneficial for its capacity to support immune-building, lower cholesterols and blood-pressure levels etc. Allicin, a specific compound in garlic, also functions as an anti-inflammatory.
  2. Rich in Vitamin K and C, broccoli helps build bones and ward off a host of cancers.
  3. One red potato contains the goodness of a cup of spinach or broccoli. They are known to help build immune.
  4. The abundance of omega-3 fatty acids in walnuts help reduce the risk of a range of ailments, from depression to Alzheimer’s.
  5. The rich, healthy fats of avocado help lower cholesterol and the risk of heart disease.
  6. One lemon is packed with enough Vitamin C for building bones of children and older women entering menopause. It also inhibits the growth of cancer cells and act as an anti-inflammatory.
  7. Spinach, rich in antidoxants, is known to maintain and even repair sight.
  8. Legumes, high on nutrition and low on fats have been proven to treat cholesterol and repair cell-damage through its antioxidants.
  9. The fiber in beetroot helps control unwanted fat and increases blood circulation. It helps fight against heart disease, cancer and birth defects
  10. The sulforaphane in cabbage helps fight off cell-damaging entities, thus keeping keep cancer off.
  11. Rich in antioxidants and anti-microbial properties, honey is also loaded with other benefits like keeping cholesterol in check, treating arthritis etc.

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