To maintain a good physical shape and an irresistible figure, it is necessary to follow a he althy balanced diet and exercise regularly. This is more than clear and is recommended by all specialists in the field of dietetics. But there are some tricks to keep in good shape, even when you're not training that hard or at all you don't like tiring exercises!
Here are the best foods to focus on if you are not a fitness freak!
If you have avoided it until now – rethink your choice! Cabbage is suitable for raw consumption, in salads or cooked. It is rich in iron, vitamins A, C, B, as well as calcium. It is also a great source of fiber and antioxidants. There are approximately 35 calories in one small bowl of kale. Amazing!
A wonderful source of vitamins (more than 20 types of vitamins and minerals), fiber, heart-he althy monounsaturated fatty acids. Use the avocado instead of mayonnaise spread on a slice of whole wheat bread. You can add it to your shake, soups or salads.
Edamame are the soybeans in the pods before they are shelled and cleaned. They are picked before they are ripe. In Japanese cuisine, they use it a lot as an appetizer. It's easy to cook, flavorful, and rich in vitamins, minerals, fiber, essential fatty acids, and protein. Goes great with chickpeas to make hummus – a he althy and protein-rich breakfast.
It is a powerful antioxidant, helps improve blood circulation, strengthens the heart, lowers cholesterol, boosts the immune system and protects cells from damage. Green tea contains the amino acid theanine, an alkaloid that helps calm the nervous system and improves concentration.
It is suitable for serving sauteed or in a salad. This lovely leafy green is another source of vitamins, minerals and fiber – and there are only 7 calories in a small bowl! That's right - only 7! it is also very rich in iron.
Another green vegetable that gives you a we alth of vitamins K, C, A and B complex, as well as important folic acid, fiber and potassium. It is suitable for consumption both raw and cooked. You can use it as an addition to soups.
The color green is a signal of a we alth of useful nutrients! Always bet on the green! Kiwi contains vitamins A, C and E, alphalinolenic acid, which is an omega-3 fatty acid, powerful in fighting inflammation and regenerating cells in tissues.
Well, have you rethought your diet?