17 SUPERFOODS You Should Make A Part Of Your Daily Diet

17 SUPERFOODS You Should Make A Part Of Your Daily Diet


Hey there viewers! You must have heard the term superfood floating
around for years now. But have you ever wondered why some foods
are specifically called “super”? This is because recent scientific research
and studies have made them trendy for their seemingly miraculous health benefits and superior
nutrition density as compared to other foods. In today’s video, we will tell you what
these superfoods are, so that you can make them a part of your daily diet and be on track
to a happier, healthier you! Cabbage: In the super-healthy family of cruciferous
vegetables, cabbage is a standout. Scientists have identified compounds in cabbage
that can reduce the risk of cancers including breast, stomach, lung and prostate cancer. It has also been shown to reduce the risk
of heart disease, gastrointestinal problems and Alzheimer’s disease. Cabbage is also a rich source of vitamins
A, C and K, which protects your joints and can lower the risk of osteoarthritis. The biggest misconception about cabbage is
that it needs to be cooked forever when that’s not true at all. It’s fantastic raw, and you can prepare it
even with very brief cooking times in quick curries and stews. Blueberries: In a study of common fruits and
vegetables, blueberries contained more antioxidants than over 40 of their competitors. It has been shown to guard you against cancer,
heart disease, dementia, and macular degeneration. Blueberries are also great at defending against
urinary tract infections, thanks to the presence of antioxidant epicatechins. Epicatechins prevent bacteria from sticking
to the bladder wall. Blueberries are also high in water, providing
hydration to the skin and cells of your body. Eating half a cup of blueberries satisfies
one fruit and vegetable serving per day. Oats: Oats are high in soluble fiber and have
been linked to lowering your blood pressure and overall cholesterol levels. They are also rich in good carbohydrates,
and beta-glucan. Beta-glucan is a powerful soluble fiber that
helps to slow the digestion of sugar and keeps your blood sugar levels under control. Oats are also a great source of quality plant
protein which can help you with muscle growth and repair. Each ​half cup serving of oats provides
a whopping 10 grams, and many studies have shown eating oatmeal reduces the risk of heart
disease. You can also use it as an excellent pre or
post workout meal. Green Tea: Green tea is loaded with antioxidants. Its antioxidant values have been shown to
be higher than those measured in fruits and vegetables. It also contains high doses of catechin, an
antioxidant shown to help prevent cell damage in your body. Catechin can also reduce inflammation in your
body, which can lead to diseases and illnesses. It can also reduce high blood pressure and
decrease the risk of heart disease. Green tea has also been proven to help block
the formation of plaques linked to Alzheimer’s disease. Other health benefits include increased metabolism
for weight loss. Eggs: There is zero question that eggs are
one of the most balanced foods around. Eggs are a great source of protein, making
them a crucial part of your morning breakfast. Ingesting protein in the morning will keep
you fuller longer, preventing you from filling up on less healthy foods. Egg is the whole package, as both yolk and
white are filled with nutrients. Eggs have been proven to keep your heart healthy
because of their high betaine and choline levels. Choline can also help with brain development. Eggs are also rich in vitamin D, which aids
in muscle growth and bone strength. Beans: There are plenty of reasons to eat
beans every day. One of the many numerous benefits of beans
is that they are a nature based iron source. Iron carries oxygen from your lungs to your
body’s cells, and is essential to staying healthy and strong. Low iron can cause low energy, especially
in women and children, so it’s important to include iron based foods in your diet. Bean’s fiber particles can also help lower
your blood cholesterol level. Beans also have a low Glycemic Index class,
meaning they slowly release their usual sugars into your bloodstream after being eaten, making
them a longer source of energy. Beans are also loaded with various nutrients
and vitamins which are necessary for a healthy brain and stronger bones and teeth. Last but not the least, they also reduce the
risk of high blood pressure and stroke. Broccoli: If you are among those who hated
broccoli in their childhood, then you might want to reconsider it now. Broccoli is one of the healthiest superfoods,
and contains great essentials your body needs like folic acid, magnesium, and vitamin C.
It is also an ultimate cancer fighter because its antioxidants prevent cancer cells from
growing. Broccoli can also be used as a perfect super
snack. One cup of broccoli contains less than one
gram of fat! You can easily replace your fancy fatty snacks
with amazing broccoli recipes. And it will cost you less money too. Your good looks can also be preserved by broccoli,
as its active antioxidants can also keep your skin looking young and smooth. Its detoxifying enzymes can make you feel
lively for a major part of your day! Salmon: Salmon is all about adding pure protein
to your diet plan. Proteins are needed for muscular growth and
cell development. This healthy superfood also contains omega-3
fatty acids that create flexibility in arteries and veins, lower cholesterol level, and strengthen
your heart. Omega-3s and vitamin D trigger your metabolism,
which is really helpful if you’re trying to lose weight. The fatty acids also help increase your brain
efficiency. According to a scientific journal, the Omega-3
fatty acids improve digestive system, minimize the odds of colon and prostate cancer, and
keep your heart vigorous. And like all other sea dwellers, salmon is
also great for your eyes. Macular degeneration can be barred by amino
and omega-3 fatty acids. Avocados: Avocados are an excellent source
of Vitamin E and healthy unsaturated fats. The monounsaturated fats that can help lower
LDL cholesterol or the bad fat that clogs arteries and placate a growling tummy. They contain more protein than any other fruit
and more potassium than a banana. They also contain compounds that inhibit and
destroy oral cancer cells. The fruit is versatile too; you can blend
avocados into many recipes, slice them for sandwiches or salads, or eat them by themselves
as a rich snack. Chia Seeds: Chia seeds are deceptively small,
but they pack plenty of protein, antioxidants, B vitamins, and omega-3 fatty acids in every
spoonful. Like other seeds, chia has a lot of fiber—its
carbohydrate content is almost exclusively fibrous. New research suggests chia seeds can help
you lose weight, too. It found that consuming more protein and fiber
correlates with weight loss. And with such a low amount of carbs, you can’t
go wrong with adding chia seeds to your snacks, meals, and smoothies. Watermelon: There’s nothing better for your
skin than eating water rich foods like melon. In just 1 cup of watermelon, there’s an
abundance of water, fiber, vitamin A, vitamin C and potassium. Watermelon is a great source of antioxidants
as well. The fruit contains lycopene which is a carotenoid
that protects your cells from damage. A cup and a half of watermelon contains 9
to 13 milligrams of lycopene and according to studies,lycopene intake can help deter
risk for certain cancers and heart disease. Ginger: Ginger has a long history of medicinal
use that dates back thousands of years. It contains gingerol, which gives ginger its
flavour. Gingerol also helps protect you against cancer,
particularly bowel cancer, as well as boosts immune function and helps to fight infection
in your bodies. Soy: Eating just 25g of soy protein each day
can help lower your blood cholesterol levels. The antioxidant isoflavones found in soy protein
helps to counteract the build-up of cholesterol in blood vessels, reducing the risk of blood
clots and heart attack. Soy protein has also been found to play a
beneficial role in bone health compared to animal protein, as it helps to prevent osteoporosis
which is the weakening of the bones. Spinach: Spinach is one of the best superfoods
that you can get out there. It is rich in cancer fighting antioxidants
and magnesium and folate, which is important for short term memory. Spinach also helps lower your risk for heart
disease and cancer. It contains more potassium than bananas. Spinach is best eaten raw in a salad, lightly
steamed or sautéed to preserve its nutritional benefits. Kale: The nutritional density of kale makes
it the king of green leafy vegetables. Kale contains all essential amino acids and
nine non-essential ones. Half a cup of raw kale provides 100% of your
daily requirement of Vitamin A, and 67% of your daily intake of Vitamin C. It’s also
loaded with both lutein and zeaxanthin which are important for healthy vision. It even contains more calcium than milk! Kale also contains potent chemo-protective
agents, which are proven to aid DNA cell repair and slow the growth of cancer cells. The anti-inflammatory components of kale can
help prevent and even reverse arthritis, heart disease and several autoimmune diseases. Apples: Containing the nutritious fiber known
as pectin, apples are an incredible food for your brain and body. They have been linked to a lower body weight,
lower cholesterol, an improved mood, and improved heart health. A fun fact you might enjoy is that the tarter
the apple, the more antioxidant it contains, so go with those Granny Smiths a little more
often! All apples are a great source of Vitamin C,
potassium, and can help keep you full longer than sugary drinks and processed foods. Quinoa: Quinoa is not only rich in complex
carbohydrates, Omega 3 fatty acids, fiber, lysine, but it’s also a full protein and
contains all 9 amino acids. These have been shown to help prevent kidney
stones and have been shown to improve memory. Its flavonoids, kaempferol and quercetin can
help protect against cancer as well. Being rich in fiber, it can help you with
constipation, aid digestion and hemorrhoids. You can easily incorporate quinoa into your
breakfast, lunch, or dinner. They are an effective addition to salads,
breakfast porridge, burger patties, soups, stews, or various desserts. Do you have a favourite superfood? How many of these foods are a part of your
daily diet? Let us know in the comments section below!

Comments

(48 Comments)

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    1. Oats are a problem, at least in the US, because EVERY oats manufacturer has been found to have cancer-causing glyphosates in their grains. So if you don't mind a little extra cancer in the morning, have oats imported.
    2. Soy is great if you want to jack your estrogen through the roof, causing low teststosterone in men, and various cancers in women. Soy, along with sugar and alcohol, is one of the 3 things you should be removing from your diet.

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  • Avinash Patra

    Here it is :-
    1. Cabbage
    2. Blueberries
    3. Oats
    4. Green Tea
    5. Eggs
    6. Beans
    7. Broccoli
    8. Salmon
    9. Avocado
    10. Chia seeds
    11. Watermelon
    12. Ginger
    13. Soy
    14. Spinach
    15. Kale
    16. Apple
    17. Quinoa

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  • Kimmy Friedman

    I eat most of these foods. I can't eat a lot of soy because I was born without a thyroid gland and it messes up my thyroid levels.

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  • Amir Manzoor

    In my country pakistan every super food is available except blue berries quinoa and avacado

  • Amir Manzoor

    In my country pakistan every super food is available except blue berries quinoa and avacado

  • Serena Mazza

    I always go with the Granny Smith apples! Good to know they have more antioxidants!!

  • WildL23

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  • Wingjo Lui

    How about the benefits of GUYABANO leaves?

  • Courtney Kelly

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  • Cliff Mays

    That cabbage head being taken apart looks like a head of lettuce to me.

  • Shasha8674

    Oats have gluten and usually have Roundup on them. Soy has estrogen and may block thyroid and is usually GMO with Roundup.

  • MaryEllen Matthews

    Beets are a superfood.

  • Salujathustra

    You are trying to put the vast intelligence of the body in the framework of knowledge, (scientifically proven) which is so blatantly absurd. What and how much body needs, body knows how and from where to obtain it. Hunger has never been an issue for this body. It's the greed to obtain so much as to save for future, but this physical organism lives moment to moment. It has not future, it's one with time. You would be surprised to know how little body needs, and rest goes in making diseases. We aren't dying of hunger, we are dying of diseases. It's our superficiality over the intelligence of body that has given rise to all these havoc, be it of health or of environment, that we are confronting today because we 'think' that we are above and beyond Nature, and therein lie the excruciating fallacy. We are no bigger than an ant nor any smaller than sun. We all Exist in perfect harmony, interdependent. Stop laboring under the illusion of a self. There is no beyond, there IS. Death to knowledge!

  • Juliette f.g

    If it was for broccoli only I would have died, that's the only vegetable I WON'T EAT.

  • mel e

    No eggs for me. So much cholesterol. I agree with the rest. Only wild caught salmon tho. Beware of mercury in fish! Eating a more plantbased diet is the way to go!

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  • ะ”ะฐั€ัŒั ะ˜ะฒะฐะฝะพะฒะฐ

    My favourite superfood from the above is apple๐Ÿ. Unfortunately, I don't eat superfoods everyday. After watching of this video, I will try.

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