What are Super-Foods?

What are Super-Foods?

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The latest nutritional studies have identified a variety of 15 nutritional foods that boost good all-around health. Labeled as “super-foods,” they seem to have less calories, increased levels of vitamins and minerals, and numerous disease-fighting antioxidants.

These super-foods consisting of beans, berries, broccoli, green tea, walnuts, pumpkin, oranges, soy, salmon, tomatoes, spinach, turkey, whole grains, oats and yogurt have shown many benefits. They have proven to help in preventing and also treating conditions such as high blood pressure, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, and various types of cancer.

By not consuming a certain amount of these proper nutrients can easily produce an unbalanced diet that can eventually lead to medical problems. An unbalanced diet can lead to problems such as growth and development, function of the brain and nervous system, as well as problems with bone and muscle tissues.

Warning signs associated with malnutrition consist of a lack of energy, becoming easily irritated, a weakening of the immune system resulting in recurring colds or allergies, and a decrease in minerals which could result in a variety of health problems among them anemia.

Whenever we supply our bodies with these super-foods and combine them with additional wholesome foods, our soul and body will be rejuvenated resulting in a healthier outlook on life.

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