Celebrating season with love ones will much better if we do it in healthiest way eating habit. Your perfect preparation for Thanksgiving Day must be perfectly healthy.
Hope this foods make you feel more powerful, healthier and look younger. Healthiest way of eating will gives more essentials vitamins, minerals and antioxidants and even losing excess weight.
Happy Thanksgiving Day and have a happy eating habit until the rest of the fall season, or much better make it your everyday habit.
Pumpkin & winter squash
Rich in beta-carotene, pumpkin can help reduce the risk of developing certain cancers as well as heart disease. Pumpkin is high in fiber and low in fat, sodium and calories. Stock up on fresh winter squash like butternut and acorn squash and get the vitamin C boost to ward off illness.
You’ve most likely heard that nuts are great protein, but pecans are at the top of the list when it comes to the healthy nuts. Pecans provide magnesium, potassium, zinc, folic acid and vitamin B6. Sprinkle pecans on salads or snack on them alone to enjoy their benefits.
The pomegranate’s benefits are through the roof. They are loaded with powerful antioxidants and may lessen the risk for heart disease and cancer. Pomegranate juice has also been proven to help reduce the growth rate of prostate cancer and to improve the flow of blood to the heart.
A compound in fresh ginger called gingerol may help lower blood pressure and increase circulation. Gingerol may also help relieve migraines and arthritis pain.
Apples and cranberries
Apples are chock-full of benefits like preventing tooth decay and plaque buildup in arteries, all while giving you a sense of being full for longer. Cranberries can fight infection, cut cholesterol and are packed with antioxidants.
These leafy greens contain lutein, which helps to protect your eyes against macular degeneration and cataracts. Rich in vitamins C, E and beta-carotene and minerals calcium and magnesium, kale is great for building strong bones and maintaining healthy nerves and muscles.
Healthy food tip credited to Walmart.