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Have you noticed that the concept of “superfoods” has become quite popular in our region? But sometimes there are much more questions than answers in this regard. Our short article will help you understand the topic.

It is easy to understand what you and I are talking about superfoods. Therefore, it has a large number of vitamins and trace elements.

It may seem that superfoods are always something exotic and unusual. Often it is, because goji, acai, and chia do not grow in the garden next door.

But at the same time, summer is a period when useful products can be found in the local market. Catch the moment 🍒

TOP-5 summer superfoods

Berries reduce the level of cholesterol in the blood, gently cleanse the body of toxins, and lower blood pressure. Eating cherries help reduce blood clotting and reduce the risk of blood clots. In addition, by eating a small portion of berries before lunch and dinner, you can easily get rid of a few extra pounds.

A large amount of ascorbic acid (in 100 grams of strawberries – 98% of the daily norm of vitamin C) increases immunity to viral diseases. Strawberries are also very beneficial for intestinal flora. And also, it is rich in potassium, copper, manganese, vitamins of group B, and folic acid.

Saturates the body with a large amount of lycopene pigment, which reduces the risk of heart and vascular diseases. The berry is rich in minerals and vitamins C and A. Watermelons also contain magnesium, which helps calcium absorption.

Some studies show that blueberries help fight inflammation because they are rich in anthocyanins (anti-inflammatory antioxidants). The berry contains a large number of polyphenols, which lower blood pressure. If you include blueberries in your diet, your eyesight will thank you, as it also reduces eye strain.

Green peas
Eating green peas in the summer will quickly fill you with sodium, calcium, phosphorus, and iron. Vitamins A, E, and C present in it rejuvenate the circulatory system and reduce the likelihood of developing heart diseases. And anti-inflammatory substances and antioxidants protect against cancer.

As you can see, the harvest from grandma’s garden is what you need to replenish your vitamin baggage 🙌🏼

*It is important to note that we are not doctors, so we cannot guarantee the health effects of any of the above products.

For such purposes, we recommend that you first consult with your family doctor.