Top Energy Foods

Eat healthy to stay healthy

Avocados

Adding avocado into your diet will provide you with plenty of energy via its high healthy fat content. Avocados can also aid in digestion and bone health. Don't be afraid to experiment with avocado this winter.

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Carrots

They're good for your eyesight, right? Not only do they help your eyes out, but carrots will also increase your cardiovascular health and boost your immune system. If you're looking for energizing carrot recipes

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BANANAS

Bananas are incredibly healthy, convenient, delicious, and one of the most inexpensive fresh fruits you can buy. This makes them an excellent choice for anyone interested in eating healthy.

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Broccoli

From a nutritional standpoint, is there anything wrong with broccoli? From antioxidants to vitamins E, B6, and A, broccoli is one winter food you can eat in abundance

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Brussels Sprouts

amongst the trendiest vegetables right now, both for their flavor and their health benefits. Vitamins K and C as well as a serious amount of fiber make this vegetable one you should go to for fuel in winter.

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Artichokes

Artichokes are full of dietary fiber as well as vitamin K, which helps to maintain good bone health and prevent heart disease.

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Beetroot

The beetroot is the taproot portion of a beet plant, Beets are rich in folate (vitamin B9) which helps cells grow and function. Folate plays a key role in controlling damage to blood vessels, which can reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke. Beets are naturally high in nitrates, which are turned into nitric oxide in the body.

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Kiwi

Kiwi comes packed with enough vitamin C and vitamin K to help anyone get through winter. Fiber, antioxidants, and phytonutrients are all also found in generous quantities in this fruit.