Super Foods That Benefit Women

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Women love to look fabulous, and they enjoy eating healthy food. There are specific super foods—foods with extra nutritional benefits—that should be incorporated into every woman’s diet. This smart decision may assist in lowering risks to cancer, make your heart healthier, sharpen one of our five senses or fight Alzheimer’s disease. The list continues and varies with the type of food, but one thing is crucial to understand: these are clean foods. Most are meats and vegetables that are unprocessed without the extra sugar and extra fat. In retrospect, eating these in low amounts is what really prevents all these diseases.

First, consider vegetables such as broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage and kale. These vegetables contain the compound sulforaphane which helps fight cancer cells. Studies have shown that it helps to fight breast, skin, stomach and bladder cancers. Broccoli can steamed, ate on salads or a variety of other ways.

Wild Alaskan Salmon is also a fantastic super food for women. Omega-3s are almost a key phrase in common language, but this is a good fat for your body. The salmon helps boost your mood and fight depression. In addition, salmon may have fight against Alzheimer’s disease and cancer.

There is not any woman that does not like chocolate—it is just not possible! Well, it turns out dark chocolate is a super food, containing antioxidants that protect the heart from heart disease and stroke. It is loaded with magnesium, manganese, copper, zinc and phosphorus that helps strengthen bones. Furthermore, studies have shown that it may help lower your blood pressure and sharpen your thinking. Just do not overdo it, ladies. The average serving is a quarter-ounce per day.

Ladies, let’s talk berries. We are talking about strawberries, blueberries, blackberries and so on. Many of them are rich in anthrocyanidins, a chemical that helps to protect our blood vessels and heart. This antioxidant may also improve eyesight and help fight cancers. They are delicious in yogurt, salads or oatmeal. Get creative.

Pumpkin seeds are another super food that women need to consider incorporating into their diet. The high amount of magnesium is beneficial to strengthening a woman’s heart. Additionally, pumpkin seeds relax the blood vessels, assist in bone and tooth formation, and may help with proper bowel function. The rich amount of zinc in pumpkin seeds may help with cell growth, sleep and mood, insulin regulation and sexual function. This is one power food you may want to invest your time in.

Similarly, bananas are a super food that are rich in potassium. This super food targets the blood pressure and the heart. Studies have shown that those that eat bananas have lower risks of heart attacks and strokes. Furthermore, bananas contain pectins, which is a form of fiber. This fiber aids in digestion and helps to regulate blood sugar. Do not overlook a wonderful super food that has a delicious taste.

Ants on a log were my favorite snack as a kid. I always enjoyed the celery, peanut butter and raisins, but I never realized how beneficial celery was at the time. This delicious vegetable helps aid in digestion, while helping to relieve stress. In addition, it helps reduce inflammation from joint pains, lung infections or asthma. Celery also combats cancers, increases your eyesight, lowers your blood pressure and reduces cholesterol. Do not oversight this super food—it may save your life!

Super foods are crucial to our daily diets. Many of us eat these foods each day without thinking of the health benefits, but these foods are great examples of what it is to eat healthy. Incorporate one or two in them in your diet every so often and you are going to start feeling more vital and energetic. They are super foods because they make you feel fabulous!



  1. Janey

    I am the only person in our house that loves celery. I don’t know if it is where I live that means I haven’t heard of “Ants on a log” before but it sounds delicious and I can see the mixture of nutrition in that one recipe. I’ll be having that on my next salad, thank you.

  2. Pippa

    I’ve been told a great diet tip is to use cauliflower mashed up as you would use mash potato.I personally haven’t tried it yet but willing to give it a try soon.

  3. Kim

    How convenient….I LOVE all these foods already, especially salmon, berries and dark chocolate. I’ve tried mashed was task but definitely a different constancy to get used to.

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