Still on POWER from Eating Healthy
Eat Wild Salmon
Fish is the ultimate anti-aging food.
Cold-water fatty fish like wild salmon, sardines, mackerel and herring contain omega-3 fats that protect the brain and the heart, improve mood, and lower blood pressure and triglycerides.
Drink Fresh/Raw Milk
Fresh/Raw, organic milk nearly always comes from grass-fed cows and contains high levels of cancer-fighting CLA (conjugated linolenic acid) as well as a rich assortment of vitamins, minerals and beneficial bacteria (like Lactobacillus acidophilus)
Meat from grass-fed cows has a much different fat profile than ordinary supermarket meat: high in omega-3s, lower in potentially harmful omega-6s and loaded with CLA, a kind of fat known for its anti-cancer activity.
A superb source of protein and vitamin B12, it’s also missing the antibiotics, steroids and hormones found in the meat that comes from feedlot farms.
Considered by many to be nature’s most perfect food, the egg is high in protein and relatively low in calories.
The yolk contains choline, one of the most important nutrients for the brain, as well as lutein and xeazanthin, two critical nutrients for eye health. Brassica Vegetables Cabbage, Brussels sprouts, broccoli and kale all contain plant compounds called indoles that help reduce the risk of cancer. In addition to a stunning range of vitamins and minerals, they also contain sulforaphane, an important plant chemical that helps the body detoxify health-damaging chemicals.
Not only do they keep the doctor away, they also appear to protect against lung cancer, diabetes and asthma.
An apple contains 5 grams of fiber and a rich blend of nutrients including the bone-building vitamin K and the anti-inflammatory nutrient quercetin.
There’s no better way to control your appetite than an apple eaten about half an hour before a big meal.
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