How Granny’s Health Formula Can Help You Live a Better Life
Earlier, I find it quite difficult to understand Granny’s Health Formula
My Granny is so healthy and fits instead of yoga? but then I came to understand that it’s all about the types
of superfoods, she takes to stay fit for a long time. Now that my Granny is no and behalf of her, I would love to complete her wish.
Of sharing this formula! and give you the way to stay healthy and fit piping life as long as she did!
she usually talks about eating superfood or best food for our health but I used to prefer my own fast food and spicy food list! although I am always wrong and I never came to know it. until I used it on me. Yeah, I got the better results.
According to her, you should be taking some specific listed foods every day just because of high available nutrients and multivitamins characters!
She usually believes in eating healthy and eating delicious!
TOP 10 FOODS FALLS IN GRANNY’S HEALTH FORMULA LIST
Although she is a great foodie. she believes in foods to keep eating healthy simple and delicious.
Oats are the best breakfast meal and quite the superfood. Eating more oats is an easy way to up your fiber intake, a nutrient most of us don’t get enough of. Fiber is good for our guts and our waistlines and for keeping us full—all very important qualities in a breakfast food.
Plus, oats are a whole grain and plain oats don’t contain any added sugar. For a superfood meal or snack start with plain oats and turn them into healthy meals and snacks like blueberry oatcakes, homemade granola to enjoy with fruit and yogurt or DIY energy bites with peanut butter.
Yogurt contains probiotics or “good bacteria” that help keep our guts healthy. It is very much rich in calcium.
Just 1 cup of yogurt provides nearly half the recommended daily value of calcium and delivers phosphorus, potassium, zinc, riboflavin, vitamin B12 and protein.
Choose Greek yogurt for an even bigger protein boost and whenever possible reach for plain. Flavored yogurts tend to have lots of added sugar which add calories without nutrition.
Dark leafy greens do a body good. Spinach is teeming with important nutrients: vitamins A, C, and K—as well as some fiber, iron, calcium, potassium, magnesium, and vitamin E.
Studies have found that eating more greens, like spinach, can help you lose weight, reduce your risk of diabetes, keep your brain young and help fight off cancer.
This green powerhouse packs vitamins A, C, and K (which helps with bone health), as well as folate.
There is another reason broccoli frequently earns a top spot on “superfoods” lists: it delivers a healthy dose of sulforaphane, a type of isothiocyanate that is thought to thwart cancer by helping to stimulate the body’s detoxifying enzymes.
What can’t nuts do? They’re packed with healthy polyunsaturated fats and magnesium, two important nutrients for heart health. These nutrients may also offer protection against insulin resistance, which can lead to diabetes.
Antioxidant compounds found in nuts, including ellagic acid and resveratrol, can reduce the wear and tear on your body from free radicals. In turn, this lowers inflammation, which may reduce cancer risk.
Plus, nuts provide insoluble fiber, which studies suggest may help you stay healthy by feeding beneficial gut bacteria. Spread nut butter on toast, grab a handful of nuts for a snack or make your own simple trail mix.
A source of high-quality protein, eggs might give your meal more staying power too. One egg has about 70 calories and 6 grams of protein.
Plus, egg yolks contain lutein and zeaxanthin—two antioxidants that help keep eyes healthy. In fact, mounting research links lutein and zeaxanthin with reduced risk for age-related macular degeneration, the leading cause of blindness in people over 50.
And lutein also may help to shield your skin from UV damage. Who knew the humble egg was so nutritious?
All berries are great sources of fiber—a nutrient that most Americans don’t get enough of. Fiber helps keep your digestive system healthy and working properly (ahem…) and is good for your heart and your waistline, since it’s so filling.
All berries are good for you so be sure to mix it up. In the winter, when berries aren’t in season, grab frozen (without sweeteners) which are great for smoothies, oatmeal, or thawed in yogurt. Raspberries boast the most fiber at 8 grams per cup—and also contain ellagic acid, a compound with anti-cancer properties.
The same amount of blueberries has half the fiber (4 grams) but is packed with anthocyanins, antioxidants that may help keep memory sharp as you age.
A cup of strawberries contains 3 grams of fiber, but more than a full day’s recommended dose of skin-firming vitamin C.
Studies show if you drink tea regularly, you may reduce your risk of Alzheimer’s, diabetes and some cancers, plus have healthier teeth and gums and stronger bones.
How? Tea is rich in a class of antioxidants called flavonoids. Regardless of the variety of tea you choose, maximize the power of its flavonoids by drinking it freshly brewed.
If you want to keep a batch of cold tea in your refrigerator, add a little lemon juice—the citric acid and vitamin C in that squeeze of lemon, lime or orange help preserve the flavonoids.
9. Oranges juice
Oranges are an underrated fruit. But the humble orange is an excellent source of vitamin C, just one large orange (or a cup of OJ) contains a full day’s dose.
Vitamin C is critical for producing white blood cells and antibodies that fight off infections; it’s also a powerful antioxidant that helps protect cells from free-radical damage and plays a key role in producing skin-firming collagen.
Oranges are also high in fiber and folate.
10. Sweet Potatoes
Sweet potatoes are so brilliantly orange thanks to their alpha and beta-carotene.
The body converts these compounds into the active form of vitamin A, which helps keep your eyes, bones and immune system healthy.
These phytochemicals also operate as antioxidants, sweeping up disease-promoting free radicals.
One medium sweet potato—or about 1/2 cup—provides nearly four times the recommended daily value of vitamin A, plus some vitamin C and B6, potassium, manganese and lutein and zeaxanthin.
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