6 Food Combinations That Are Extremely Good For You

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Nutritional sciences are seeing valuable advice in the old pieces after the years of research.

Taking vitamin E regularly prevents protecting your eyes and preventing from cognitive problems which are highly found in spinach, almonds, and broccoli.

If you‘re not eating healthy foods then you add vitamin E in the pill form and get the rewards without having spinach. But new research shows that if vitamin E, when isolated, may not give the same protective power and the study suggests that supplementing Vitamin E can create a problem and increase the risk of stroke.

It is not just vitamin E but experts are now questioning supplements like green tea extract, fish oil, selenium etc.

There are smarter and tastier ways to get the nutrition you need by simply making certain food pairs. For example, adding olive oils to tomatoes absorb the tomatoes.

“Our bodies are incredibly complex engines, and at the cellular level they require a complex fueling strategy to run best,” says MH nutrition advisor Mike Roussell, Ph.D.

Curious… Discover the power of real food by trying the six power combinations of food

Steak + Garlic + Onions

One would surely like to know the reason to eat this. Researchers have found that garlic and onions help your body absorb iron and zinc from grains that are an extended benefit to meat which is full of minerals. Iron plays an important role in muscle performance and zinc helps in strengthening immunity.

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Almonds+ Kefir

Kefir is a tart or a bubbly yogurt. It sounds like distasteful but adding this to your next shake can give a burn down to a batch of beneficial probiotics. With this add a handful of almonds to it. The findings have suggested that the almond’s skin is a fiber that acts as prebiotic. The prebiotics found in Kefir feed this prebiotics which helps in balancing your body and can keep you away from illness.

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Whole eggs+ Spinach salad

The diet high in carotenoids reduces heart disease and some risk of cancer which is produced by foods like spinach, carrot, and sweet potatoes. Here the yolk comes with fat compounds and if you don’t want to take eggs at every meal hen avocado, olive oil and nuts may work too. As fats do have benefits, as the study says that who take a salad with three eggs have an intake of nine times more carotenoids that help your eyes than the ones who have it without eggs.

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Sweet Potatoes + Cayenne Pepper

A study was done by the researchers in India discovered that capsaicin an ingredient in cayenne helps in increased absorption of antioxidant beta- carotene, which contribute to vitamin A in the body. Capsaicin is the composite that lights the fire in hot pepper. To add some taste to baked sweet potatoes squeeze some lime juice and dust it with cayenne pepper on it which can be given topping with fresh cilantro.

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Green Tea+ Lemon+ Wheat Toast

You may blunt that mid-morning pulls if you have green tea while having the morning carbs as the Polish study says. When you take a pile of pancakes in the morning with any syrup it gets crashed later on. Do you realize why it happens! It is because high blood sugar is followed up low nap inducement. Researchers say that a squeeze of lemon may increase the disease resistant polyphenols that may be provided to your body with adding this to your drink.

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Rosemary+ Grilled Chicken

Kansas State study found that antioxidant rosemary prevents HCAs from getting built in the body that may increase the risk of cancer as when you grill meat, potentially carcinogenic compound HCAs forms in the muscles of your body. So one just need to add rosemary to the marinade and mix the juice of one lemon, olive oil, salt and pepper on two chicken breasts.

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