Foods to include on your shopping list

 


Nuts contribute to their "good" fats and fiber. In most it also contains the beneficial vitamin E, which has an antioxidant effect.

Increasingly, we are starting to pay attention to what exactly we put on our plates. Healthy eating was rediscovered as a way of life and care for the body.

 

It was as if the era of semi-finished products and fast food began to fade. Harmful foods began to give way to increase healthy, fresh, and mineral-rich foods. People really pay attention to what they buy and consume in their daily lives. It no longer seems strange for someone shopping to read the ingredients labels or pick their fruits and vegetables one by one. The focus is on quality products and on foods that would actually have a very beneficial effect on our body and health.

See what are the foods you don't miss out on while shopping.

Sweet potatoes

Sweet potatoes have a low glycemic index, which makes them a great food on the menu for diabetics, for example. They are processed by the body relatively slowly and bring you a feeling of fullness for a longer time. You could prepare them fried like chips, baked on a slow fire with spices, or make a delicious puree from them. They're a great ingredient for cream soups.



Wholegrain bread

Wholegrain bread contains a rich amount of fiber, which wonderfully promotes digestion and take care of the favorable intestinal flora. Black bread, as this article is also called, is a good alternative for those of you who want to regulate your body weight and who suffer from stomach problems. Eat two toasts for breakfast and you will recharge with tone and energy for the whole day ahead.

Avocado

 Avocados also contain a large amount of fiber. It also has omega 3 fatty acids, which, as it is known, help in the prevention of a number of heart diseases. It is worth noting, however, that avocados have quite high calorie values, so it is good to keep it in mind if you are on a low-calorie diet.

Nuts

 Nuts contribute to their "good" fats and fiber. In most, it also contains beneficial vitamin E, which has an antioxidant effect. It is preferable to consume raw nuts without salt to make the most of them. Good options are almonds, peanuts, walnuts, Brazil nuts, cashews, and hazelnuts.

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