3 Healthy Foods To Supercharge Your Life

3 Healthy Foods To Supercharge Your Life

3 Healthy Foods To Supercharge Your Life 8 Amazing Health Benefits of Almonds that you never know about

A supercharged food is an unprocessed whole food, full to the brim with nourishment for your cells that will pack a mega nutritional punch leaving you with boundless full-of-beans energy. Read the 3 healthy foods to supercharge your life below;

Nuts & Seeds
Walnuts, pecans, almonds, cashews, macadamias, pepitas (pumpkin seeds), and sunflower seeds are all supercharged superstars!

I know, that’s a whopping seven favorites there, however, alone or mixed they will provide a cocktail of nutrients, vitamins, minerals, anti-inflammatory properties and essential fatty acids. Walnuts give you omega 3 fatty acids, which have an anti-inflammatory action in the body. They also contain some calcium and zinc, while almonds are a rich source of vitamin E and they too contain calcium.

Macadamias don’t disappoint with calcium, potassium and if they are grown in selenium-rich soil, they can offer you some of that too! Both nuts and seeds offer amazing satiating properties along with incredible benefits to the skin, hair, nails and the immune system, as well as helping to keep you feeling satisfied between meals.

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Lemons
Lemons are really good! Not only are they a super hero of detoxification processes, they prepare your stomach for the arrival of food.

They also add zesty flavor to many meals and the gorgeous citrus aroma will invigorate your senses. Starting the day with lemon juice in hot water is a wonderful and powerful way to wake up your digestive system and set your digestion up for maximum nutrient absorption.

Seaweed
Nori/Dulse/Kelp/Wakame are the superfoods of sea and a great tasty addition to soups and salads. They add a subtle, salty flavor to your food while providing you with a fabulous source of iodine, which is essential to the health and tissue of all calls, particularly the thyroid, breasts and ovaries. Sea veggies are nature’s treasure chest of powerful vitamins and minerals containing a wide range of nutrients.