OAT

Did you know that the oatmeal bowl you prefer for your morning breakfasts is a nutritious powerhouse with the ability to reduce fat, regulate blood pressure and beat diabetes? Oats contain soluble fiber that slows down digestion, preventing you from experiencing severe rises in insulin levels that would otherwise produce fat and increase your risk of Type 2 diabetes. It is also rich in magnesium, which improves sleep quality. According to the American Journal of hypertension, it loosens the vessels to regulate blood pressure.


GARLIC

Adding garlic to your meals is the easiest way to increase its health benefits. The Journal of Nutrition discovered that the more garlic you eat, the lower your risk of getting stomach cancer; at the same time, garlic is a great source of natural antibiotics that have proven to reduce the number of colds we catch each year.

Peanut Butter

As long as you prefer the natural, peanut butter offers you all the nutritional benefits of crusty foods at a lower price. While you’re at home, you can try doing it yourself. In addition to being a great source of healthy fat, you’ll also get vitamin E and zinc with peanut butter, which you’ll plough into a couple of rice pops as a snack later in the morning. Vitamin E reduces the risk of dying from cardiovascular disease by 24 percent, according to research released in JAMA. Zinc has also been associated with decreased effects of depression. The great way to improve your body and brain is through peanut butter.


EGG

In addition to being low-calorie, high-protein, eggs are also full of health-beneficial nutrients such as vitamin D and choline, according to the journal Nutrition and Food Science. These days, when we’ll be a little starved for sunshine, the eggs are destined to be ready for your rescue.


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