My Top 5 Foods In The House
Avocados – Loaded with healthy mono-unsaturated fat, plus they are a great source of fiber, contain folate, potassium and vitamins C, K, B5 and B6.
Eggs – Eggs are a complete protein with all essential amino acids. Richest source of choline (keeps cholesterol fluid) and constituent of cell membranes. Packed with iron, zinc and selenium plus vitamins A and B’s.
Vegetables – (Okay I know this is more than one but I like to many of them) Broccoli, Spinach, Kale, Pak Choy, Collard Greens, Cabbage and Chard to name a few. These leafy and mainly green vegetables pack in lots of needed vitamins and minerals for your health. The benefits of eating these include: anti-carcinogenic properties, boosting immunity, slowing the progression of age related diseases, and help maintain hormonal balance.
Bananas – they have antioxidant properties. Bananas are rich in vitamin B6, C, potassium and manganese. B6 contribute to amino acid metabolism thus the muscles grow. Potassium is an essential micronutrient for nerve impulses (contractions) thus have the impact on physical performance.
Wild Alaskan Salmon – Along with its heart healthy omega-3 fatty acids. Salmon is a great source of protein and is also very high in vitamins D and B12 and contains good amounts of potassium, and vitamins B3 and B6.