Eat healthy Food, Have A Healthy Life

Eat healthy Food, Have A Healthy Life
Virginia Woolf once said, “One cannot think well, love well, sleep well if one has not dined well.” When many people think of dining well, they think of gorging themselves at buffets for comfort. Stress eating has sadly become normal for many people, and a lot of us have become locked into believing that eating well is synonymous with eating high-calorie, fatty meals.

In truth, we’ve got to treat our bodies like more than just food chutes. The amount of food we take in and the type of food we take in can all lead to our increased health, vitality, and endurance; or the amount and type of food we consume can lead to the onset of disease earlier than we expected.

There are plenty of foods that can better your health. Fresh fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, fish high in Omega-3, raw nuts, and many other foods can be eaten regularly in order to promote health. In this article, though, I want to discuss what some people call superfoods and how if you add some of these to each of your meals, you can reap additional health benefits that many other foods don’t offer. These superfoods are loaded with antioxidants, phytochemicals, and elusive nutrients that can all improve stamina, vitality, mood, and general wellbeing and long life.

Maca usually comes in a powder and can be mixed with water or nut milk to make a shake. It actually tastes a little bit like chocolate milk. It’s a great mood elevator and can increase energy levels as well.

We’ve all heard of honey, but this byproduct of bee pollination is actually a superfood. It is loaded with minerals such as calcium, iron, phosphorus, magnesium, and silicon, and it is also packed with other micronutrients. Sugar and nutrients in honey are easily absorbed, so it can boost energy quickly.

Another great nutrient for boosting energy is spirulina, which is a type of algae that you can consume in smoothies and shakes. It is great for immune, heart, and brain health and is also a great source of protein.

Açaí is a fruit that is packed with antioxidants for immune health. You can put this superfood in smoothies to better help your body maintain homeostasis and resist disease.

Who doesn’t like chocolate? Cocoa seeds may not be smooth, rich milk chocolate, but they are an amazing source of energy and positivity, as they elevate mood. Granted, they are more bitter than sweet, but their effects are sure to delight.

Most tea is very beneficial. Ancient cultures have been cultivating tea for thousands of years, and herbal teas and tinctures are great for a lot of ailments. Matcha tea is no different. Matcha tea can improve your lifespan, fight against cancer, help with weight loss as it improves metabolism, and give you more energy than coffee without the jitters.

You may have heard of ginseng, which is an herbal remedy pioneered by the Chinese. Ginseng tea can help improve concentration, increase energy, and reduce overall stress.

These aren’t the only superfoods available, but this list will give you an idea of what’s available so perhaps you can start replacing some unhealthy habits with healthy ones. Blending some are all of these ingredients in a morning fruit and vegetable smoothy is a great way to start your day, not to mention a great way to add years to your life.