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The Top 10 Simple Health Foods to Eat Daily

In this blog, I’m going to go over 10 simple foods that you should be eating on a daily basis.

There’s no specific order on these; they’re all pretty important.

However, some are better than others, and I’ll explain why.

1. Avocados

Avocados have tough skin, so you don’t have to buy them organic because pesticides and chemicals can’t really penetrate the skin.

They are superfoods full of magnesium and other nutrients that your body loves!

You can chop up an avocado and put it on your eggs, put it in a salad, or just chop it in half and put some salt and pepper on it.

The best part about avocados is that they contain healthy fats, and if you want to be a fat-burner, you need to eat fat.

To burn the fat in your body, you need to make sure you’re eating healthy versions of fat, and eating an avocado is a perfect way to do that.

If you’re making guacamole, try not to have GMO-corn chips with it if you can help it.

A good replacement is dipping peppers into the dip, or using a healthier brand of chip like Siete.

2. Spinach

The top two ways to get spinach in your diet are by blending it into a smoothie or using it as a bun replacement instead of lettuce.

Even if you’re having a burger, you can put it on a bed of spinach instead of using a bun.

3. Cabbage

Purple cabbage is fantastic for you and full of antioxidants. It also contains sulfur, which helps repair the gut.

Cabbages have a crunch to them, so you can use them as chips for your guacamole as well.

You can also use cabbage leaves as replacements in recipes, like replacing a lettuce taco shell with a cabbage leaf.

This way, you’re getting more nutrients than you would get from lettuce.

4. Broccoli

Broccoli is a cancer-fighting food, a great source of antioxidants, full of nutrients, and lots of good fiber.

If you want to eat something that tastes amazing, all you have to do is roast broccoli with avocado oil, salt, and pepper.

5. Salt

I recommend getting real sea salt instead of table-processed salt.

I think you should have a vegetable for dinner every day, and you can put some sea salt on it to get it in for the day.

Your body runs off of the electrolytes that real salt gives you. You only need about a half teaspoon of sea salt a day.

6. Blueberries

Blueberries are mega-antioxidants and are really good for the liver and digestive tract.

You can eat them raw by the handful, or get them frozen so you can throw them into a smoothie.

7. Lemons & Limes

Lemons and limes are some of the most nutritious fruits out there, and they are full of vitamin C.

You squeeze them into water or sparkling water for a nutritious, hydrating drink, or even squeeze their juice onto meals that you make.

8. Green Juice

I recommend getting in green juice every single day, especially if you’re doing intermittent fasting.

If you’re looking for green juice, try to look for one that is very low in carbohydrates and sugar.

I also recommend using the Livingood Daily Greens Powder, which makes it taste a lot better.

Suja juice is a good brand to look for if you want store-bought green juice because it only contains around 9 grams of carbs per bottle.

9. Chia & Flax Seeds

You can put chia and flax seeds in your smoothies and salads on a daily basis, but I also recommend making a dessert out of them.

Chia and flax seeds have a lot of omega-3, are a good source of fiber, and are good for the brain.

You can make chia seed pudding for dessert which can replace your ice cream.

It’s made with coconut milk, which will give you more healthy fats so you can continue to burn fat off in your body.

10. Collagen 

I recommend getting collagen in on a daily basis to help repair the gut and support your skin, hair and nails.

You can get collagen through that chia seed pudding recipe, by mixing it into a smoothie, or by eating bone broth.

Apple Cider Vinegar

This is a bonus, especially for those dealing with blood sugar issues. Studies have shown that taking 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar each day is linked to lower blood sugar levels, even more than metformin, a common anti-diabetes medication.


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