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7 Superfoods for a Healthy Diet

Disclaimer: Not medical or professional advice. Always seek the advice of your physician.

Foods to Lift Your Mood and Immunity

During exacerbation of respiratory diseases, flu, and coronavirus, our body needs extra support in an extra dose of vitamins and minerals. What is the solution? To add more superfoods to your diet. Superfood is an exclusively healthy product with high antioxidant content. These substances protect us from severe diseases and slow down the development of inflammations.

Ginger Root

Are you looking for an effective, inexpensive, and available remedy to protect your body from numerous viruses? Take a look at the ginger root. It has been used for centuries to improve the function of the gastrointestinal tract and immune system. It is not difficult to introduce ginger to your diet. There are not many Asian meals that are not using this spice. Ginger goes well with meat, seafood, vegetables and rice. It is also used to make tasty hot drinks, which provide warmth and comfort and improve your mood.


Have you got a potassium deficiency? Then, you have to immediately add one of the best superfoods, kale cabbage, to your diet. This is an excellent potassium source, which helps to keep arterial blood pressure under control and removes excess sodium from the body. This curly cabbage should also become a best friend for future mothers. Its juicy leaves contain high amounts of folic acid (vitamin B9), a compound required to form the embryo's neural tube – a primary form of the nervous system development.
Kale can be used in soups instead of spinach, added to salads, or you can easily make crunchy crisps from this cabbage.

Brussel Sprouts

Small turquois Brussel sprouts contain a lot of vitamins K and C, as well as folic acid, magnesium, potassium, and vitamin B6. 
The best way to cook them is to cut the spouts in two, spring with avocado oil, add a pinch of salt and some pepper, and cook in the oven.


It's hard to stay indifferent to fennel. This vegetable has its character – people either love it or hate it. And no matter what the feelings are – fennel can be a healthy additive to your diet. Its bulbs are distinguished by an extremely useful composition: potassium, magnesium, calcium, iron, copper, manganese, phosphorus, a lot of fiber. If you have trouble with the gastrointestinal tract, fennel can help eliminate heartburn and unpleasant syndromes of an irritated stomach.

This plant is great because it can be eaten nearly completely. You can eat bulbs raw or stewed. Stems and leaves can be used to prepare soups, broths, and fillings. Seeds can be used as a condiment.

Sweet Potato

Sweet potato is one of the most lover vegetables amongst nutritionists. It is an excellent source of beta-carotene and antioxidants that protect the body from free radicals' destructive effects and reduce inflammation.
The root can be used to make soup, vegetable stews, and toasts. Meals with sweet potatoes are delicious.


Endive is exceptional in its taste. It is excellent in salads with olive oil and is incomparable in vegetable mix. Endive's leaves can be stewed or fried. Still, most importantly, endive is rich in fiber, potassium, vitamin A and beta-carotene. Plant fibers are needed for normal digestion, potassium - for the heart and blood vessels; vitamin A is an antioxidant that reduces the risk of inflammation and strengthens the immune system.

Ghee Oil

Ghee oil does not contain lactose, casein, and water, making it a unique product. For centuries people have been using ghee oil in Indian recipes and as a treatment tool in Ayurveda — an ancient holistic medicine. It is believed that ghee oil has healing properties called Rasayana to increase human life span.

The product is based on unsaturated fatty fats. Fat content – up to 100%, protein part – 0, carbohydrate part – 0. Energy – 902.42 kcal.

Treating properties of Ghee allow it to be used.

  • improving immunity
  • improving digestion. Ghee is good in high stomach acidity (you should eat one teaspoon of Ghee before and after a meal
  • the normalization of metabolic processes
  • removal of toxins
  • body enrichment with vitamins A, E, and fatty acids
  • stimulation of brain activity
  • helping the correct functioning of the gastrointestinal tract
  • the normalization of gallbladder function and bile separation, assimilation of fat-soluble vitamins
  • increases efficiency and fills us with energy
  • removes toxins and heavy metals
  • improves tissue regeneration
  • strengthens bones and bone marrow
  • supports correct hormonal balance
  • decreases the risk of cancer development

Ghee oil is different from melting. Melted butter is just butter that has been melted on heat. Ghee oil is obtained by prolonged boiling over very low heat. Finally, the real ghee oils are produced from the milk of free-grazing cows, which eat grass exclusively.

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