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The Most Nutritious Foods

Nadia Galinova
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Nadia Galinova
Nutritious foods

It is a fact that quality food and being active are the basis of good health and these are the factors that have the greatest impact on the figure.

The truth is that the foundation of any healthy diet is built from several things. It is due to them that a healthy, functional and harmonious body is built.

As much as we wish there was a special pill that would protect us and give us all the vitamins and minerals we need, one has not yet been created, so we must try to get what we need through food.

There are extremely nutritious foods that are also very healthy, so they should be on everyone's menu every day.

Cold-water fish such as salmon, sardines, and mackerel provide an abundance of essential fatty acids that help maintain cell membranes, which, in turn, promotes sharp vision. In addition, vitamin C and E, along with the minerals zinc and copper, are helpful in maintaining healthy vision.

Citrus fruit, broccoli and Brussels sprouts are good sources of vitamin C, while tree nuts (especially almonds) are high in vitamin E and copper.

That is, if you replace your morning croissant or sandwich with a handful of almonds and 1 orange, it will keep you full for at least a few more hours and also give you enough energy to do your daily chores.


If you are not among the biggest supporters of meat, at least 2 times a week remind yourself that these are vitamins in their purest form. For example, the liver is a kind of bank for the body. The place where excess proteins, sugars, vitamins, minerals are stored.

Therefore, liver is a great necessity in the menu of each one of us. After all, there is a reason why there's a lot of recipes that include offal such as livers or chicken hearts.

Eggs are included on the nutritious food list, because they are nutritious, versatile, economical and overall a great way to get quality protein.

Beans are a nutritious food

Studies show that if you eat eggs for breakfast, you can eat fewer calories during the day and lose weight without significantly affecting your cholesterol.

Beans and legumes are good for the heart. Beans are loaded with insoluble fiber, which helps lower cholesterol, as well as soluble fiber, which fills you up and helps your body get rid of waste. Legumes are definitely a good, low-fat source of protein, carbohydrates, magnesium and potassium.