Healthiest Foods You Can Get

Here are some of the Healthiest Foods You Can Get…  Enjoy

This will help you get an idea about what foods are the best for your body.

Fruit

Apricots

Apricots contain Beta-carotene which helps to  prevent radical damage and also helps to protect the eyes.  A single apricot contains 17 calories,  0 fat, and one gram of fiber.  You can eat them dried or soft. Very seasonal, so enjoy them while you can.

Mango

A medium sized mango packs 57 MG of vitamin C,  which is nearly your entire daily dose.  This antioxidant will help prevent arthritis and also boost your immune system.  Not to mention that mango is a delicious fruit!

Cantaloupe

Cantaloupes contain 117 GG of vitamin C, which is almost twice the recommended dose.  Half a melon contains 853 MG of potassium, which is nearly  twice as much as a banana, which helps to lower blood pressure.  Half a melon contains 97 calories,  1 gram of fat, and 2 grams of fiber. A readily available treat.

Tomato

A tomato can help cut the risk of bladder, stomach, and colon cancers in half if you eat one daily.  A tomato contains 26 calories, 0 fat, and only 1 gram of fiber.  Practically a staple in every household, and rightly so.

Vegetables

Onions

An onion can help to protect against cancer.  A cup of onions offers 61 calories, 0 fat, and 3 grams of fiber.  From the same family as garlic, but without the pungent smell.

Broccoli

Broccoli can help protect against breast cancer,  and it also contains a lot of vitamin C and beta- carotene.  One cup of chopped broccoli contains 25 calories, 0 fat, and 3 grams of fiber.  Easy to add to stir fry dishes.

Spinach

Spinach contains carotenoids that can help fend off macular degeneration, which is a major cause of blindness in older people.  One cup contains  7 calories, 0 fat, and 1 gram of fiber.  Try adding to lasagne.

Nuts and Beans

Peanuts

Peanuts and other nuts can lower your risk of heart disease by 20 percent.  One ounce contains 166 calories, 14 grams of fat, and over 2 grams of fiber.  Beware of peanut allergies!

Pinto beans

A half cut of pinto beans offers more than 25  percent of your daily folate requirement, which  protects you against heart disease.  Half a cup contains 103 calories, 1 gram of fat, and 6 grams of fiber.

Skim milk

Skim milk offers vitamin B2, which is important for good vision and along with Vitamin A could improve allergies.  You also get calcium and vitamin D as well.  One cup contains 86 calories, o fat, and 0 fiber.

Seafood

Salmon

All cold water fish such as salmon, mackerel, and  tuna are excellent sources of omega 3 fatty acids,  which help to reduce the risk of cardiac disease. A 3 ounce portion of salmon contains 127 calories, 4 grams of fat, and 0 fiber.  Wild caught is best.

Crab

Crab is a great source of vitamin B12 and immunity boosting zinc.  A 3 ounce serving of crab offers  84 calories, 1 gram of fat, and 0 fiber.  A little difficult to eat, but worth it.


Resveratrol In The News

Red grapes

By now you’ve probably heard about Resveratrol…

the new anti-aging discovery that was featured on 60 Minutes, Fox News, Barbara Walters and many other news outlets. Dr Memhet Oz discussed taking Resveratrol supplements on the Oprah Winfrey Show and Good Morning America.

You already know about the heart-healthy effects of red wine, but new studies at Harvard Medical

School and the Institute of Genetics and Molecular Biology have found that Resveratrol, a natural compound found in the skin of red grapes and hence in red wine, may radically reduce the risk not only of heart disease but also age related illnesses such as Alzheimer’s disease. It might also counter the effects of a high-fat diet and even prolong life.

Micronized Resveratrol


The subject of over 2,000 research publications, this POWERFUL and versatile antioxidant has become the star of Anti-Aging and Cellular Health studies worldwide. Considered the Anti-Aging breakthrough of the decade, recent studies have shown that Resveratrol can activate the anti-aging gene.

It’s worth noting that Resveratrol is not a drug. It’s a natural product! Plants make this molecule as a defense mechanism to protect them from attack by fungi, insects and other organisms, and it’s now been proven to be good at protecting us from the diseases/symptoms of aging.

Resveratrol is a high potency, all-natural supplement that provides high levels of one of the most powerful naturally occurring anti-oxidants. It is commonly found in Red Wine and is well-known as a principal part of the healthy Mediterranean diet. For years we have heard about the benefits of  drinking red wine, so the revelation of resveratrol helps us understand why. And consider the so-called mystery of the “French Paradox.” How can French people eat real butter, real cheese, and red meat, and still have remarkably low levels of heart disease? Red wine consumed by the French people over their lifetime has been given credit for helping them maintain good health. This powerful yet natural “wrinkle-reducer”/antioxidant is found in several plants,  but is most notably in the skin of red grapes. Of course the issue was, until now, you’d have to drink 1000 glasses of red wine to get the amount needed to see any real anti-aging results, so no-one could do that!

Resveratrol is natures concentrate of the goodness of wine’s most beneficial molecule without having to consume a single drop of alcohol.

Resveratrol has been the subject of some of the most exciting anti-aging research in decades and only recently has become available in purified form. The good news is that scientists have recently discovered away to concentrate the correct amount of this rare “fountain of youth ingredient”.

Resveratrol has the ability to prevent the first step that occurs when estrogen starts the process that lead to cancer. Scientists believe that this could stop the whole progression that leads to breast cancer down the road. Resvertatrol has been shown to keep estrogen from causing breast cancer in test-tube studies. Resveratrol increases production of an enzyme that destroys dangerous estrogen metabolites.

This is dramatic because it was able to be done with fairly low concentrations of Resveratrol.

Micronized Resveratrol