HEALTH Popular Super Fruits for Breakfast Published 3 months ago on February 14, 2018 By Goodluck Share Tweet Catch the moment until your favorite berry is gone! The cherries and cherries contain anthocyanins an antioxidant that strengthens the heart and reduces the risk of chronic cardiovascular diseases. A large cup with chilled berries – and you will not miss the ice cream. ASPARAGUS Season: April – July Asparagus is a natural periodic. In other words, its fibers nourish useful probiotic bacteria in our intestines and help maintain a balanced microflora. The culinary advantage of asparagus is not only super food, but also a super universal ingredient that can be added to soup, pasta, and omelettes or served alone as a garnish. BASIL Season: all summer Can you imagine a more satisfying and healthy summer Italian salad than Caprese with tomatoes, mozzarella and basil leaves? Meanwhile, fragrant grass helps to remove from the body up to 1,000 mg salt per day, which is incredibly important in the summer, when the body sweats from the heat. WATERMELON Season: July – September On average, one watermelon consists of 92% of water and contains 6% of sugar, which makes it ideal for hydration in the summer. Do not turn your nose away from sugars – in this case they help preserve electrolytes lost as a result of excessive sweating. Well, the “basic set” of respected surround with it – vitamins A and C, which help both vision and immunity. TOMATO Season: July – September Ace in a gastronomic pack: tomatoes strengthen immunity, saturate the body with vitamin C and preserve the youthfulness of the skin. How? The “secret ingredient” of tomatoes is the antioxidant lycopene, which, among other things, protects the skin from harmful ultraviolet rays, which helps slow the aging process. BLUEBERRIES Season: July – September Berries are tiny, but their advantages are huge. Especially highly appreciated in blueberries is anthocyanins (see cherry) – an antioxidant dye that gives it a rich color and has anti-inflammatory properties, improves brain function and lifts the mood. AVOCADO Season: August – October The fruit is filled with mono-resistant fats that are healthy and nourishing, so after a salad with avocado, you hardly want to once again have a snack. Four years ago, scientists found that those who adore the avocado and eat it regularly have a smaller circumference of the waist. Cut his flesh into a grain toast, watering with lemon juice, or add to the morning omelette. EGGPLANT Season: July – August Eggplant belongs to the highly typhoid type – a product rich in an important amino acid, which helps regulate appetite, improves sleep quality and mood. And also this vegetable has a “super-apparel”: in addition to the spectacular color, the eggplant’s skin is charged with a powerful antioxidant, which protects the cell membranes from damages. BEET Season: June – July A sample of root crop with phytonutrients, such as, for example, protibetalain, which has a detoxification effect. Beet is considered a good source of folic acid – a natural preventative against colonic damage and signs of osteoporosis. GREEN PEA Season: June – July One cup of crispy pleasure (from which it is simply impossible to come off if you start) contains 98% of the daily quota of vitamin C. Plus; it is an amazingly powerful source of energy. Have you ever tried it with natural Greek yogurt? NOTE!!!:Every reader should drop a comment, by doing so, you encourage our writers to serve you more. Related Topics:1breakfastfruitspopularsuper You may like Poland vs Nigeria: Nigerians react to Super Eagles 1-0 victory Nigeria vs Poland: Victor Moses nets winner for Super Eagles Nigeria vs Poland: Fans to pay over N17,000 to watch Super Eagles Popular Nigerian Instagram celeb, Roman Goddess ties the knot with her white lover Click to comment Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.