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A to Z of Healthy Foods

The Alphabet of Healthy Foods Aa Bb An A to Z of what's healthy and why. kca| K C Сс Dd Ee Ff 03 E K A K A Gg Hh li Jj kcal K kcal C A C --- Kk LI Mm Nn kca| C A C Oo Pp Qq Rr кca B kcal A B Ss Tt Uu Vv B 03 kcal Ww Xx Yy Zz Ω3 c kca kcal A C Health key: Vitamin A Vitamin E Vitamin C A Helps strengthen your immune system, helps your vision in low light, and helps keep skin healthy. C Helps to protect cells, keep connective tissue healthy, and helps wounds to heal. E Helps to protect cell membranes, build a strong immune system and healthy skin and eyes. B vitamins Vitamin K Full of antioxidants There are eight different types of B vitamins and folic acids. Together they are important for many things, including breaking down carbohydrates, fats and proteins. B K Helps blood to clot and wounds to heal, and is also thought to help build strong bones. Great for your immune system, antioxidants help to protect cells from damage caused by free radicals. High in protein Ω3 High in omega 3 Omega 3 helps to lower blood pressure and is also thought to reduce inflammation throughout the body. Lowers bad cholesterol (LDL) Protein helps to build and repair tissues in your body, and is also used to make enzymes, hormones and other chemicals in the body. Having high levels of cholesterol can increase the risk of heart attack and stroke. kca] High/low in calories The average man needs around 2500 calories a day, while the average woman needs around 2000 calories a day. High in fibre Fibre helps to prevent heart disease, diabetes and improves digestive health. Aim to eat 18g a day. High in calcium Calcium helps to build strong bones and teeth, regulates muscle contractions, and also helps blood to clot normally. Sources: gocompare .com NHS, WebMD, Huffington Post, BBC, Care2, Medical Daily, Medical News Today, Organic Facts, Daily Mail, The Guardian,, Nutrition and You,, Buzzle, EatingWell, BBC Good Food. Walnuts Salmon Olive Oil Kiwi Grapefruit Cranberries Xigua Tofu Pomegranate Lentils Honey Dates (Watermelon) Yoghurt Ugli fruit Quinoa Milk Iceberg Edamame Asparagus Zucchini Vinegar Raisins Nectarines Jalapeños Flaxseeds Blueberries (Balsamic)

A to Z of Healthy Foods

shared by VictoriaCao on Feb 06
Do you know what foods are good for you and why? Take a look at our infographic on the alphabet of healthy foods and see how you could benefit from adding these into your diet.




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