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7 Foods To Help You Eat A Balanced Diet

Eating a healthy diet doesn't mean you need to eat matcha powder & avocado toast daily. There are amazing properties in other foods that you should be eating due to nutrient content and we narrowed down seven for you that are rich in vitamins & fiber

    SAN FRANCISCO, CA, May 01, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Are all of your friends going on random diets and eating tons of avocados because they're "on trend"? If you're unsure about these new diets and foods, you should be! Eating a healthy diet doesn't mean you need to eat matcha powder, avocado toast, or acai berries every day. There are amazing properties in other foods that you should be eating due to their high nutrient content, and we narrowed down seven for you that are rich in vitamins and fiber. Keeping up a balanced diet is the perfect way to gradually lose weight and keep it off. So, let's begin!

1. Salmon: Make Sure You Have Omega-3
Nowadays, we don't have enough omega-3 fatty acids in our diets, which leads to high triglyceride levels in your blood, fatigue, and brittle nails and hair. Although not directly leading to weight gain, too little omega-3 may lead to heart disease. To keep your body happy, you can eat foods rich in omega-3 three times a week. You can find omega-3 in foods such as
- salmon
- trout
- sea bass
- almonds
- fortified cereal
- fortified eggs

If you're not eating enough omega-3, you should be taking a supplement. Not only does it ensure you're getting the right amount of omega-3, but it also helps keep your blood flowing, which helps you stay energetic and alert so you can exercise more. Compare different fish oil supplements on Review Critic; click here for more.

2. Walnuts
If you're vegetarian, you have to be careful what you eat to ensure you're getting enough nutrients. Keeping a healthy, trim body includes getting enough omega-3. If you don't eat fish, you can eat nuts and seeds like walnuts or flax seeds, which are a good source of ALA omega-3. Without enough healthy fats, you can get rid of unhealthy omega-6 fatty acids that actually work in storing fat and weight gain. Substituting nuts instead of high-sodium-snacks is a great way to eat healthier.

3. Whole Wheat
Eating whole wheat flour instead of white flour benefits you in so many ways. It contains more fiber and vitamins, which are processed out of white flour. You also feel more full after eating whole wheat than white. Try to substitute it as much as possible; you can get whole wheat options of almost anything. This includes pasta, bread, bagels, crackers, and even cookies. Feeling more full and getting vitamins through your food is a great way to stay on top of your nutrition.

4. Strawberries
Berries have fiber, vitamin C, and are basically water-filled pockets. The sweetness in berries can act as a sweetener in baking or smoothies, cutting out white sugar which makes you gain weight. The water and vitamin C works together to keep your skin smooth and elastic, building up your skin cell barrier against possible blemishes.It is best and cheapest to buy strawberries while they're in season, as frozen straw, unfortunately,unately have less nutrients. Strawberries grow in the late winter and early summer.

5. Almonds
Yes, we are a little nutty when it comes to nuts. But they're so packed full of nutrients! Almonds help your skin due to their high amounts of vitamin E. It also has antioxidants, which prevents your skin from being damaged. They are high in protein, fiber, and magnesium, which helps you stay fuller longer by controlling your blood sugar levels. The more your glucose levels spike, the hungrier you get throughout the day. That's why it's good to have foods like almonds to keep you on a steady level.

6. Spinach or Kale
This may not be news to you, but spinach and other leafy greens like kale is a great vegetable powerhouse. Unlike iceberg lettuce which has no nutrition, spinach or kale are great in salads, smoothies, omelets or wraps. They contain antioxidants, vitamin A, vitamin C and also work as anti inflammatories. These are also great detox foods in case you want to flush your body of toxins. Any foods high in fiber are great for your digestion.

7. Tomatoes
Tomatoes come in all different colors: red, orange, green, yellow. These bright colors mean they contain beta-carotene, which is not only good for your waist, but for your skin as well. Tomatoes contain antioxidants and have a high water content, as well as being high in vitamin C. These often fall under the term "superfoods" because they assist your entire body. Tomatoes can lower your blood pressure, assist your heart, improve your eye health, and have even shown to prevent certain cancers. Adding these to your daily diet can be very helpful.

Stay Healthy!
Losing weight can be tough, but the trick is to stick to foods that you know are nutritious. Eating these seven foods every day can get boring, however, so the more you know about which nutrients to consume, the better your health will be. Make sure you're getting enough omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants, and anti-inflammatories. Luckily, fruits and vegetables are packed with tons of nutrients that you can get in your daily salad. Top it off with some crunchy nuts and you'll be able to lose weight and keep it off.

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