When banning different foods many experience difficulties in eating healthy. All they focus on are that chocolate brownie, we know aren’t good for us. That’s why we have chosen a different strategy focusing on foods, we would benefit from eating in greater amounts. For many individuals living an healthy lifestyle includes eating far less than they do right now. We are here to help and have gathered a list of the best foods to eat:
Oats are known to lower the cholesterol levels and helping to decrease the risk of cardiovascular infections. Oats are found in most granolas and oatmeals and are perfect for breakfast due to its high content of fibers. If you can’t eat oats, try rolled oats or instant oats, but be aware of any added sugar.
Lentils and vegetable legumes are a great source of proteins and they have lots of fibers. Eating 1 cup of lentils will provide you with a third of your daily protein needs. Lentils are really cheap and versatile.
3. Grass-Fed Butter
Earlier we were all advised to avoid butter and instead use vegetable oils like for instance olive oil. However, research show that butter form grass-fed cows contains Vitamin K, that are essential for the body to utilize calcium. Still eat butter with moderation, but try using a bit of butter on your vegetables. It tastes amazing.
In a healthy diet about 30 percent of calories comes from fat, and eating avocados are a great way of getting a healthy source of fat. However, avocados should be enjoyed with a bit of moderation. Even though they contains lots of healthy fatty acids, a single avocado contains around 30 grams of fat.
Pomegranates contains lots of antioxidants and fibers, assisting to protect the body from free radicals. Pomegranates are great on yoghurt and on a salad, but you can use them on all kinds of foods.
6. Egg yolks
Studies show that even though egg yolks contains high cholesterol levels, they will not affect the cholesterol level in your blood. Egg yolks can in fact improve the heart health. Egg yolks are rich in nutrients like vitamin B and choline. So don’t skip the egg yolks over egg whites.
You must have lived under a rock, if you aren’t familiar with the health benefits of kale. Kale are a great source of calcium, vitamin K, vitamin C, and Vitamin A, and you only need a small portion to benefit from the great nutrients.