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Superfoods to Consider Adding to Your Diet

Anyone looking to be healthier may want to consider eating what some people refer to as “superfoods.” These are simply foods that are packed with nutrients, vitamins, antioxidants, polyphenols, and other good-for-you substances. Some people even think superfoods can prevent chronic illnesses and extend your life. Whether or not that’s true, they’re certainly better for you than the empty carbs and high sugar content found in some processed foods, so they’re worth adding to your diet.

Some examples of superfoods include:

  • Broccoli, which is packed with vitamin C and folic acid
  • Sweet potatoes, which have plenty of fiber as well as beta carotene, a compound that is a source of vitamin A and helps the body prevent cell damage
  • Avocados, which are chock-full of healthy fats and tannin, a compound that has anti-inflammatory properties
  • Kale, a leafy green vegetable that contains phytonutrients, vitamin A, and tons of fiber
  • Black beans, which have lots of protein and fiber, plus some iron
  • Blueberries, which are packed with antioxidants
  • Raspberries, which contain ellagic acid, a substance that is believed to have anti-cancer properties
  • Kiwis, which are rich in vitamin C and antioxidants
  • Tomatoes, which contain the antioxidant lycopene as well as vitamin C and potassium

While the above foods are great additions to a healthy diet, you don’t necessarily have to eat them to be healthy. Health care experts agree that any fruits and vegetables you eat are beneficial to you in some way, even if they’re not as nutritiously dense as other plants. Many physicians say that it’s better to have a diet rich in produce that you love than to force yourself to eat foods you find unpleasant. In the long run, you’re likely to revert to eating the food you like, so eat plenty of the fruits and vegetables you enjoy and don’t worry about the others.

A healthy diet tends to go hand-in-hand with cooking at home. If you’d like information on the modern kitchens with updated appliances that come with our apartments for rent in Mount Dora, FL, please contact our leasing office today.