It’s already well-known that to maintain a healthy diet, you need to reduce sugar intake and consume more vegetables. But there are certain foods that can greatly boost your health and metabolism, and consuming them on a regular basis has shown some neat results. Here they are:
Kefir is a traditionally lacto-fermented food coming to us from the Caucasus that is particularly good for us because it contains plenty of healthy probiotics that improve digestion and weight management.
Almonds are a fantastic source of both protein and fiber, as well as iron, magnesium, calcium, potassium, and vitamin E. A single ounce of almonds equals to about 37 percent of the recommended daily intake of vitamin E.
They contain top-notch protein, including nine essential amino-acids, vitamin B12, folate, and carotenoids. This is basically everything you could ask for from a single dish.
Don’t believe people who say coconut oil is bad – it’s high in saturated fat, half of which is lauric acid, present in human milk. Coconut oil can help obese women lose weight, it increases energy expenditure and may result in faster satiety.
Avocados excel at giving us healthy fats, most of which are monounsaturated. You can also find a heap of important nutrients in raw avocados, including fiber, potassium, vitamins B, K, E, and C, and they are also low in fructose.