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Top 5 Healthiest Foods to Eat

Putting aside specific diets that work to help you lose weight, why not concentrate on filling your body with good healthy food as a way of life, not just a fad, or diet for the next few months. Making a way of life eating plan can change your life in many ways, including weight loss, but mostly, it will improve your overall health and well being. Below are the top 5 healthiest foods you can to maintain weight loss.

1. Lemons

The simple but versatile lemon goes way beyond anything you could imagine as far as a super food goes because it is a very therapeutic citrus fruit. One lemon has around 100% of your daily recommended intake of vitamin C, it is an anti inflammatory and cleanses the system from bad toxins in the body, plus it has citrus flavonoids, which can inhibit the growth of cancer cells. If you drink a glass of warm lemon water each morning, you are setting your body up for a healthy digestive system,

2. Broccoli

Broccoli, that gorgeous green stalk is one of the world’s healthiest foods. There have been numerous studies on the effect broccoli has on the body, all with positive results. Eating regular amounts of broccoli can lower cholesterol, reduce inflammation and allergy reactions, is beneficial for bone and heart health and it helps alkalize your body.

3. Salmon

It is widely known that salmon is a good for you fish. It’s labeled as one of the go-to fish for inflammatory disease sufferers because of its high omega 3 benefits, but it’s not just that, and not just for inflammatory disease patients. You get so much more in a piece of fresh wild caught salmon. High on the scale of vitamin B12, D, B3 and B6, it also contains selenium, protein, Iodine, and potassium. So it is perfect for bones and joints but also the brain and neurological symptoms.

4. Spinach

Spinach is more and more popular these days in the average American diet than it was 40 years ago, and this is an excellent thing. One of the healthiest foods you can eat. It is low in fat and cholesterol, high in protein and fiber, zinc and iron, niacin, calcium, iron, magnesium, copper potassium, manganese and loaded with vitamins.

5. Nuts

Nuts are great snacks, tasty, diverse and easy to eat. They are extremely good for you, especially unsalted, but not all nuts are going to give you everything you need. They are often high in fat and calories, but these facts an outweigh the good stuff that comes from eating nuts in your diet, like fiber, potassium and zinc, and the vitamins A and E, and much more depending on the type of nut. The best nuts to add to your weekly eating plan? Pistachios, hazelnuts, almonds, cashews, brazil nuts and walnuts.

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