1. Fruity vitamin bomb: pomegranates and oranges
This is probably the first known superfood to make it big in the media. Despite the hustle and bustle, it has been proven over the years that pomegranates really are very healthy. According to studies, the delicious, red seeds are good for preventing heart attacks, diabetes and Alzheimer’s. They’re also chock-full of antioxidants. The refreshing, fruity oranges are a real miracle cure for (high) cholesterol. The pectin it contains absorbs excess cholesterol in the food. Also, the orange is chock-full of potassium, which binds any protein that could lead to heart failure.
2. Green Vegetable Friends: Broccoli and Cabbage
You probably vaguely remember how your mother used to tell you to eat your broccoli as a child. Against which you fought tooth and nail. But now it’s time to give green vegetables a second chance: This superfood will help you reduce your cholesterol and keep your heart healthy. It also has an anti-inflammatory effect and balances high blood sugar.
Cabbage is not just the trend herb among the world’s hipsters, but a truly healthy food. Cabbage is packed with fiber, antioxidants, and healthy omega-3 fatty acids. All of these are good for heart problems.
3. Not just good for seasoning: garlic and turmeric
The strong-smelling garlic is a superfood that is even sold in capsule form. The most impressive effect of this is that garlic helps prevent your arteries from becoming clogged. It’s also very easy to incorporate garlic into your diet: just add as much as your heart desires to any food.
Turmeric is a spice that is mainly found in curries and has been used in Asian (domestic) medicine for centuries. The bright orange spice contains curcumin, which helps keep your heart from expanding . Accordingly, a bit of turmeric helps prevent obesity and heart disease.
4. Berries and Fruit: Blueberries and apples
According to scientific research, just three servings of blueberries within a week can lead to a reduction in your blood pressure. There are also studies showing that this superfruit can reduce cancer triggers. With so many benefits, it should almost go without saying to throw a handful of blueberries into your cereal every morning.
“An apple a day keeps the doctor away” is an old saying about apples. And there’s nothing wrong with that: they have high levels of antioxidants and vitamins. They are the ultimate and everyday superfood. They are also very easy to integrate into everyday life because there are so many different types and varieties.