Eat Better, Live Better

Are you befuddled by what nutrition experts mean by “eating healthy”? Fear not; eating healthy doesn’t have to be complicated. Here, we have listed the top 6 foods that you need to include in your diet. Start stocking your fridge!

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Broccoli is a bunch full of cancer-fighting antioxidants, with an addition to plus beta-carotene. It also has essential components of vitamin C, which keeps your entire immune system fit. Along with all these benefits this amazing green vegetable reduces the risk of cataract as well as heart related diseases. This vegetable is a smart shield for our body, isn’t it ?


Beetroot fights against anemia. It helps in increasing the blood count in the body. Most essentially for production and maintenance of new cells, beetroot plays a vital role. This vegetable can be served as a salad after the meal, since it improves the blood flow and keeps your heart healthy.

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Carrot is the powerhouse of Vitamin A. This amazing vegetable contains beta carotene, which is very helpful for our eyes. It also keeps the body energetic and active. Munch a carrot next time you feel low, and see the effect, it will amaze you for sure.


Now this amazing fruit cum veggie is a powerful agent packed with lycopene acid, which makes it fight stronger against cancer cells. For those who want to lose weight, they must keep a tomato handy; it will do wonders.


Kale looks like a leafy vegetable, which has a high amount of vitamin K. Consumption of Kale once in a week will solve all the constipation problems. This vegetable is an ultimate source of antioxidants and phytonutrients which fights with cancer. If you are still worried how will you eat this ugly looking leafy vegetable, try to make chips out of this, even your little ones will love to eat it.


We all know eggplants have a high amount of antioxidants, but are you aware of the fact that it helps in lowering the blood pressure as well as reduces weight. Remember not to peel off the skin, you may miss out ample amount of antioxidants.

Raw vegetables contain a high amount of proteins and vitamins. Make sure, you wash the vegetables thoroughly before consumption. Give a try to all of them and see a noticeable difference in few weeks.

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Amelia Smith

Nutritionist, herbalist, health and medicine writer and yoga enthusiast, Amelia Smith, is a professional in the health, nutrition and diet industry.
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