Top 10 Foods to improve your deteriorated health 

Water

Drink 8 to 12 cups of water daily.

Tip 1

Dark Green Vegetables

Eat dark green vegetables at least three to four times a week. Good options include broccoli, peppers, brussel sprouts and leafy greens like  kale and spinach.

Tip 2

Whole Grains

.A good source of fiber has 3 to 4 grams of fiber per serving. A great source has 5 or more grams of fiber per serving.

Tip 3

Beans and Lentils

Try to eat a bean-based meal at least once a week. Try to add legumes, including beans and lentils, to soups, stews, casseroles, salads and dips or eat them plain.

Tip 4

Fish

A serving consists of 3 to 4 ounces of cooked fish. Good choices are salmon, trout, herring, bluefish, sardines and tuna.

Tip 5

Berries

Include two to four servings of fruit in your diet each day. Try to eat berries such as raspberries,  blueberries,  blackberries  and strawberries.

Winter Squash

Eat butternut and acorn squash as well as other richly pigmented dark orange and green colored vegetables like sweet potato, cantaloupe and mango.

Tip 7

Kale and Broccoli

These are your #1 powerhouse greens.

Tomatoes

Eat them raw or cooked. They’re great for energy.

Best Vitamin-Loaded Food Options

Soy

25 grams of soy protein a day is recommended as part of a low-fat diet to help lower cholesterol levels. Try tofu, soy milk, edamame soybeans, tempeh

Tip 8

Tea and Sympathy

A classic NY tea shop that never goes out of style.

Cha An

Take a trip to Japan in NY and explore unique teas.

Best exercise options

Flaxseed, Nuts and Seeds

Add 1 to 2 tablespoons of ground flaxseed or other seeds to food each day or include a moderate amount of nuts – 1/4 cup – in your daily diet.

Tip 9

Organic Yogurt

Men and women between 19 and 50 years of age need 1000 milligrams of calcium a day and 1200 milligrams if 50 or older.

Tip 10

Aesthetic Living

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