Top 5 Healthiest Foods on Earth
Improving your health begins with what you eat. That means if you're serious about improving your overall health, you need to take a good, hard look at your current diet and what you may be doing to sabotage your efforts.
We all know that sugar and processed foods are two of the worst things we can eat. Sugar spikes blood pressure levels, leaves us only temporarily satisfied and encourages over-eating while processed foods are loaded with harmful chemicals that do nothing but wreak havoc on our bodies.
So let's flip things around and today, we'll focus on the top 5 healthiest foods on earth. These foods are all loaded with incredibly important nutrients and vitamins: the two components of a healthy, long-term life. Without nutrients and vitamins working hand-in-hand to power our systems and protect us against illnesses, we're at the mercy of every disease known to man.
So let's fill up our plates with these power-foods that will help us sustain a long and happy life:
Load up your plate with spinach and you'll immediately be rewarded with all of the nutritional benefits possible including Vitamin K, Vitamin A and essential folate.
These nuts carry a higher level of antioxidants than any other so you'll want to include them as snacks whenever possible. Plus they are rich in omega 3 oils and other healthy fats.
3: Black Beans
Believe it or not, these beans are filled with super healthy nutrients but they'll also keep you feeling feel for longer which will help you curb that appetite.
Few foods beat out avocado when it comes to being absolutely loaded with healthy monounsaturated fats as well as loads of folate.
This superhero legume is high in protein and fiber and they're also heart-healthy.
So there you have it: some of the healthiest foods on the planet. How many can you incorporate into your diet today? Keep an eye out for my email tomorrow where we'll talk about essential vitamins and minerals.
Don't worry, I'll break it all down for you so you finally understand why you need them and how you can easily incorporate them into your diet.