Kefir is created from fermented milk and tastes somewhat sour, like yoghurt. It's packed of calcium and probiotics, which are essential for health. It also makes a great base for breakfast smoothies.


Kale is a popular Superfood. Some despise it, while many enjoy it. Kale is abundant in vitamins A, C, and K, helps circulation, reduces bloating and inflammation, and includes Omega-3 fatty acids for brain and heart health.


These little fellows are packed of antioxidants, fibre, vitamins C, K, and manganese that may help prevent cancer. Blueberries help prevent memory loss and boost memory. Delicious, so...can't hurt, right?


Bok Choi may help reduce PMS and hormone-related mood swings. The buildup of oestrogen in a woman's system the week before her period causes the unpleasant symptoms and cravings.

Bok Choi

Amazing bananas. Children who ate one banana a day were less likely to develop asthma, according to studies. Bananas' vitamins C, B6, and fibre protect heart disease.


They're full of vitamin K, which helps bones and prevents osteoporosis. They include beta-sitosterol, which maintains cholesterol, antioxidants, and folate. Folate is needed during pregnancy and may aid with depression.


Daily walnuts are a must. 1/4 cup of walnuts contains our daily intake of Vitamin E, Omega 3 fats, and vascular-protecting amino acids. They have antioxidants that lower breast and prostate cancer risk and boost sperm quality.


Roast with garlic, olive oil, and lemon. Mmm. Broccoli is high in vitamin C and folate. Amazing for pregnant ladies and everyone with a brain, immune system, and circulatory system.


Flavonoids in this fruit can help your body fight cancer and decrease chemotherapy side effects. Carotenes prevent oral and lung cancer, and enzymes reduce blood clots and manage blood pressure. Papayas aid digestion.


Ginger has been used for generations to soothe stomachs and strengthen immune systems. It can do more, though. It speeds digestion, relieves pain and PMS, and fights cancer and boosts the brain.


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