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Prevents Anemia. Iron is responsible to produce hemoglobin. It promotes oxygen throughout your body allowing the body
Regulate blood sugar and insulin levels, which in turn causes the body to store less fat.
Seasoning is the process of adding herbs or spices to food to enhance the flavor.
Increases metabolism. Bacon can increase your metabolism because it has vitamin B1.
It benefits in controlling blood pressure, diabetes and keeps the heart healthy.
It can help improve your bone, muscle, skin, and blood health. It has a high amount of protein.
Parmesan is also a good way to consume protein, especially for people who don’t eat meat.
Hydrates Your Body. it boosts your body's hydration and flushes out toxins.
Lower Cholesterol and Triglycerides. Impressive effects on cholesterol and triglyceride levels.
Improve heart health, help fight against cancer and enhance weight loss.
Chickpeas help control blood sugar. Canned and dried chickpeas have a low glycemic index.
Herbs Boost Psychological Health. It also improve cognitive function
Support heart health. Lemons are a good source of vitamin C. Also helps in weight control.
Great for vision. Avocados contain lutein and zeaxanthin in eye tissue.
Vitamin C in red cabbage, which is a key antioxidant that supports our immune system
Lowers the risk of cardiovascular disease by reducing the total amount of cholesterol in the body.
The colored carrots have similar flavor and texture to the standard orange carrot and can be used in exactly the same way.
Cauliflower is very high in fiber which is great for overall gut health. It’s also very low in calories
Snow peas are a crunchy and delicious vegetable. While they can be eaten raw, they take just minutes to cook.
Provides vitamin C, to support your immune system, and vitamin K, to build bone strength.
Sweet potato reduces the oxidation process, thereby reducing the risk of cancer.
Jasmine rice help in cell repair, improve brain function, protein formation, and hormone balance.
Brown rice help in the functioning of the cardiovascular system, digestive system, and brain.
Spinach is an extremely nutrient-rich vegetable. It packs high amounts of carotenoids, vitamin C, vitamin K, folic acid, iron, and calcium.
Quinoa significantly reduced blood sugar, insulin, and triglyceride levels.
Arugula is healthful, cruciferous leafy green with a peppery taste.. It contains essential nutrients that help keep the heart and bones healthy.
Kale can help lower cholesterol, which may reduce the risk of heart disease.