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10 Superfoods for Everyday Nutrients

Our body needs essential nutrients like vitamins, minerals, iron, calcium, protein, etc, on a regular basis to be healthy. These nutrients are our body's building blocks. There is no other safer way to have them all other than through some superfoods

Exercise & Fitness By Ariba Khaliq / Sep 25, 2014

You Need Nutrients Daily

Proper nutrition is needed by your body to remain healthy and ward off diseases. This makes it crucial for us to ingest a diet that consists of essential nutrients like vitamins, protein, fibre, iron and calcium. Foods like green vegetables, whole grains, fruits etc are some superfoods that can provide you with your daily nutritional requirements and you should make sure that you include such options in your meals.

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Yogurt is completely fat-free and is a treasure trove of vitamins, calcium and protein. It has the power to guard you against heart diseases, high blood pressure and kidney diseases. Yogurt also stops cholesterol from building up in the nerves so that it doesn’t affect your blood circulation and your heart rate remains normal. The calcium found in yogurt keeps bones healthy.

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Whatever day of the week it is, there cannot be a reason convincing enough for you to miss out on eating eggs. Eggs have abundant proteins, fat, iron, calcium and many kinds of vitamins and minerals. Eggs make your bones stronger, improve vision, and boost brain power. Apart from all these, a person who eats eggs daily has a healthy heart.

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Dry Fruits

Nuts belong to a category of “healthy snacks.” Cashews, almonds, raisins, walnuts, etc. improve your body’s resistance towards infections by providing plenty of necessary protein, fibre and vitamins. If consumed in proper quantity, they also aid in weight loss. Whether you choose to have them in your breakfast cereal or as snacks between meals, just make sure you have a handful daily.

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Consuming kiwi improves your body’s immune system. The fruit’s fibre contains nutrients like potassium, vitamin A and D and is a one-of-its-kind fruit. You can have it in salads or desserts.

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Berries are superfoods and are of different kinds such as blueberries, strawberries and blackberries. Ingesting them increases your body’s resistance against diseases and keeps you away from diseases like cancer and heart ailments. Berries also provide anti-ageing properties and boost your memory. If you don’t get blue or black berries near your place, you can replace them with jamun and black grapes respectively.

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Carrots consist of vitamin A, B, C, calcium and pectin fibre. They don’t let your cholesterol levels to hike  and thus, aid in optimal weight management. Drinking carrot juice in winters helps ward off cold and flu because it is known to boost immunity. Also, it unleashes a radiant skin from within.

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They are full of vitamin C and other nutritious elements. Orange juice is known for its healing powers in winters. The potassium, folic acid, and calcium consisted in oranges and their juice keeps your cholesterol and high blood pressure in control. All these elements maintain the electrolyte balance in your nerves and keep the heart healthy.

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Sweet Potato

Sweet potato has lots of iron, folate, copper, magnesium and vitamins in it, which are all essential nutrients for keeping your immune system strong. Eating sweet potatoes helps you get a glowing skin, and prevents wrinkle formation. It also guards you against cancer, heart diseases and reduces the risk of getting a heart attack.

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Green beans and legumes are rich in nutrition like proteins and soluble fibre and are low in fats. Consuming beans with your regular meals is a good option for keeping your heart healthy and maintaining your weight.

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Broccoli has abundant fibre, vitamin A and C, and calcium. It helps you to lose weight, ward off heart ailments and cancer which are both life-threatening diseases. Add them to your daily intake in the form of salad or a cooked dish.

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