The price of healthy super food is not necessarily high. “Huffington Post” of the United States, published a new article, listing 10 kinds of cheap as well as nutritious foods.
1. Low-fat milk. A glass of 8 ounces (about 227 grams) of milk contains nine kinds of important nutrients including calcium, potassium and vitamin D and so on. When purchasing, it is best to choose skim or low-fat milk.
2. Sweet potatoes. Sweet potato contains a large amount of β-carotene, fiber and B vitamins, which can maintain the health of cells in the body, especially being beneficial to skin health. A number of studies have shown that often eating sweet potatoes can lead to wrinkle-free and sunscreen, helping to generate new skin cells.
Eggs. An egg only contains 70 calories, but it is an important source of choline. In addition, the egg also contains a lot of lutein and zeaxanthin being good for eye health,.
4. Oats. Oats contain zinc, magnesium and iron and other elements, which can enhance the immune system. At the same time, oat has rich soluble fiber content, which can reduce cholesterol, thus preventing blood sugar increasing dramatically.
5. Black tea. Black tea contains flavonoids, which can act with free radical in the body, being good for cell health. In addition, the study has found that drinking 6 cups of black tea a day can be anti-wrinkle and anti-aging.
Dried cranberries. The antioxidants in dried cranberry are more than any other fruits, and they can reduce the risk of cancer and heart disease. In addition, it can prevent urinary tract infections.
7. Pinto beans. The antioxidant content of pinto beans can be called the king among beans, and it is good for heart health. Pinto beans also contain protein, fiber, B vitamins and other nutrients that are beneficial to maintain the figure.
8. Kale. In addition to vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, the kale is also rich in fiber, calcium and omega-3 fatty acids, good bone, and promote human detoxification, reduce cancer, heart disease risk.
9. Salmon. 4 ounces (about 113 g) salmon can meet daily demand of omega-3 fatty acids, thereby reducing inflammation in the body and preventing the risk of heart disease and cancer.
10. Mango. A glass of mango juice can meet 80% of vitamin C, 25% of vitamin A, and 7% of potassium that the body needs every day.