How to eat healthy for women

08 Feb­ru­ary 2017, 15:47


It is no secret that women devote a lot of time and atten­tion to their nutri­tion and var­i­ous diets. This is due to the fact that the fair sex needs not only to “eat to live” like men, but also to main­tain the beau­ty of the hair and the health of the skin, avoid foods that threat­en to cause obe­si­ty and remem­ber about the health of the body as a whole, giv­en the prospects for the future to give the life of at least one oth­er per­son.

So, what prod­ucts are espe­cial­ly use­ful for wom­en’s health:


Green spinach leaves are a nat­ur­al source of iron and cal­ci­um, which is respon­si­ble for the beau­ty and health of hair, teeth and nails.


The unique antiox­i­dants con­tained in this berry active­ly slow down aging and help restore skin cells and blood ves­sels. In addi­tion to a pos­i­tive effect on the organs of vision, blue­ber­ries remark­ably “cleanse” the intestines and liv­er, simul­ta­ne­ous­ly elim­i­nat­ing the neg­a­tive con­se­quences of dis­eases of these organs — acne and pim­ples.


This over­seas fruit acts as a nat­ur­al anti-wrin­kle agent. The sub­stances that make up kiwi affect the cells in such a way that they begin to active­ly pro­duce col­la­gen, giv­ing the skin elas­tic­i­ty and fresh­ness.


Anoth­er exot­ic fruit, which has long become famil­iar in our lat­i­tudes, can bring great ben­e­fits to the female body. First­ly, pineap­ple acts like a brush, cleans­ing the intestines, and at the same time — our skin. Sec­ond­ly, it con­tains a unique enzyme brome­lain, which pro­motes reju­ve­na­tion of the body and weight loss, in par­tic­u­lar. In addi­tion, pineap­ple active­ly removes excess flu­id from the body and helps to over­come the feel­ing of hunger — it is not for noth­ing that this fruit is so often includ­ed in var­i­ous diets. It is worth remem­ber­ing that all of the above applies to fresh, not canned fruits.


Cere­als from cere­als are a won­der­ful source of trace ele­ments and fiber. Any of the cere­als — buck­wheat, rice, corn or mil­let — are good for the body and do not con­tain “bad” car­bo­hy­drates that can be deposit­ed on the waist and hips.


This veg­etable is extreme­ly impor­tant for wom­en’s health. Sur­pris­ing­ly, in terms of vit­a­min C con­tent, cab­bage will give odds even to an orange, and the amount of cal­ci­um in it exceeds its con­tent in milk. Cab­bage is also rich in min­er­als ben­e­fi­cial to wom­en’s health and the repro­duc­tive sys­tem. In addi­tion, cab­bage con­tains a min­i­mum of calo­ries.


Fish and seafood help to keep the skin young and healthy for a long time, as well as slow down the appear­ance of wrin­kles. Shrimps, mus­sels, oys­ters and lean sea fish are a source of fast digestible and light pro­teins, includ­ing col­la­gen, which strength­ens hair and nails.

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