Food nourishes our body by providing us with essential vitamins and nutrients. To ensure that your diet is well-balanced you must consume a healthy range of foods. Here are 3 foods you should add to your diet, which have the vital nutrients you may be lacking.
Healthy Whole Grains
One of the downsides of a low-carb diet is that it often minimizes the fiber-rich foods that make you feel fuller faster—and keep your colon healthy. Stick with lower-carb grains such as steel cut or gluten-free oats, quinoa, amaranth, and brown, red, or wild rice.
Nuts And Seeds
While each have a unique profile, nuts and seeds are high in anti-inflammatory nutrients such as magnesium and Omegas. Nuts and seeds are also an excellent source of protein, making them the perfect afternoon snack. Look for more opportunities to use sunflower seeds, sesame seeds, pumpkin seeds, almonds, cashews, and walnuts for all 3 meals a day.
Dark Leafy Greens
Rich in immunity-boosting anti-oxidants and health-boosting vitamin K. If not leafy greens, dark green will do: kale, chard, spinach, asparagus, green herbs, and colon cleansing broccoli.
These are 3 foods you should add to your diet in 2018 or anytime you want to experience the natural healing power of foods.