Six superfoods not to be missed

on February 07, 2023
Six superfoods not to be missed

1. Purple kauli seedlings
Continued red cabbage sprout contains abundant anthocyanins; According to American scholars, its antioxidant effect is 30 and 50 times that of vitamin C and vitamin E, which can effectively remove free radicals that cause aging and induce diseases, relieve inflammation and strengthen the immune system.

2. Inchi
This plant seed from the Peruvian rainforest highlands, also known as star oil vine, contains very rich nutrients, of which Omega-3 and fiber content are 3 times and 2 times that of walnuts, respectively, in addition to strengthening the operation of the cardiovascular circulatory system, controlling blood sugar, reducing the chance of heart disease, more supplements can also protect vision and prevent macular disease. In addition, research published in the Archives of Neurology also points out that the essential fatty acids in sacha fruit can protect our central nervous system from neurodegenerative diseases.

3. Moringa
Moringa, known as the Miracle Tree, is mainly cultivated in tropical humid areas, and because of its high nutrient density, it has gradually attracted high interest in the nutrition community. Almost all plants of moringa can be used as different uses, among which, moringa leaves are rich in vitamins A, B, C, minerals such as potassium, calcium, iron, magnesium, and eight essential amino acids that the human body cannot independently produce, which can help improve cellular immunity, maintain organ and tissue function, and is one of the excellent choices for vegetarians to supplement protein.

4. Blueberries
Blueberries, known as "North American sapphire", have high nutritional value, whether eaten directly, or as a seasoning, ground into powder, and as a supplement. In particular, blueberries are rich in anthocyanins, which have antioxidant power, can prevent cancer, anti-aging, and help regulate the immune system.

5. Spinach
Spinach is commonly found in the Mediterranean, Middle East, Southeast Asia, and in Taiwan, it is also a cheap and easily available dark vegetable. Spinach is rich in nutrients such as flavonoids, carotenoids, vitamin C, vitamin E and antioxidants, which can help maintain a good immune system and prevent colds.

6. Ginger
Ginger (Ginger) is the root of the perennial herb ginger of the ginger family, originating from Southeast Asia, can be made into spices, seasonings and traditional herbs, and is also a frequently used vegetable ingredient in Taiwan, eating ginger mother duck for winter supplementation, boiling a bowl of ginger tea during the physiological period, or ginger fish soup, ginger sauce roasted meat, etc. Ginger can stimulate the heart and blood vessels, accelerate blood circulation, so it is often heard that "eating ginger warms the body".

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