Avocados are nutrient rich and go well with all kind of dishes. Avocados are loaded with Vitamin B5, B6, C, E, K along with Folates and Potassium. Avocados also have monosaturated fatty acids that are good for your heart.
Broccoli can help men be safe from prostate cancer and it is also loaded with potassium, Vitamin C, and beta-carotene.
As long as you have a good mouthwash you can freely chomp on garlic. Garlic helps reduce your cholesterol levels.
Mushrooms are rich in vitamins. The vitamin B2, B3, and B12 in mushrooms can help you maintain your blood-pressure, control your cholesterol levels, improve muscle and nerve functioning and boost energy levels.
Salmon has a high content of omega-3 fatty acids and leucine. Omega-3 fatty acids improve the blood flow in your body and helps reduce muscle inflammation. Leucine is an amino acid that is helpful for increasing muscle strength.
A slice of watermelon has 650 mg of potassium and potassium is great for controlling blood-pressure and reducing the risk of stroke.
This sour fruit has a number of benefits, they kill bad bacteria and are great for skin issues like acne. Lemons are also a great source of vitamin C and it helps raise good cholesterol. Also, the ancient Egyptians considered lemons as an antidote to poison.
Asparagus is not just great for making your plate look attractive but it is also very beneficial for your gut as it has a high concentration of the nutrient inulin and can also reduce the risk of colon cancer to some extent.
Beets have a high amount of folate, vitamin C, B6, iron, phosphorous, calcium, magnesium. They are also anti-inflammatory in nature and the boron in beets is believed to be helpful in improving sexual stamina.
Blueberries are said to be beneficial in reducing the risk of prostate cancer as they have a high concentration of free radical-reducing flavanols or proanthocyanidins. Blueberries are also good for your head and can improve short-term memory loss and can prevent the gradual decay in memory with age. Studies have also shown that brain activity increases 5 hours after the consumption of blueberries.