food and health benefits

Let’s look into the science of how food can make you feel greater and merrier. There are certain food items that help you decrease the risk of disease as well as there is some who help in losing weight. We want you to discover food with minerals, nutrients and certain vitamins that lead you to a healthy and happy long life.


Apart from being dubbed a superfood, this ruby red stone fruit is packed with vitamins, antioxidants and is known to be good for your heart. Besides, improving your sleep quality and granting you with anti-ageing properties it also helps you lose weight immensely. Its polyphenol antioxidants and potassium properties promote heart health.


Almond is excellent source of copper, vitamin E, quality protein, magnesium and unsaturated fatty acids. Studies state that almonds successfully prevent cancer risk, cardiovascular disease and gives you a prolong life.


Apples are also known to be called “nutritional powerhouses”, because of its impressive nutrients. Dietary fiber, B-complex vitamins, phytonutrients this helps you against free radicals, a great source of potassium, calcium and minerals. If taken daily in food can help prevent diabetes, dementia and stroke risks.


Arugula is said to have high levels of nitrate which helps you in lowering your blood pressure, doesn’t make you breathless during exercise, and also impressively enhances one’s athletic performance. The muscle oxygenation is improved while it also prevents osteoporosis.


This food item is rich in vitamin B6, zinc, calcium, and magnesium. Besides, asparagus is beneficial for reducing kidney stones, also helps in lowering neural tube defects found in babies. Surprisingly it also balances the fluid in our body as it’s naturally diuretic.


Though it’s known to be a type of vegetable in the world of food, they are technically plants. Belonging to a fungi kingdom it reduces the risk of cancer, regulates blood pressure and improves the immune response against infection.

Olive oil

Consumption of olive oil on a regular basis gives you innumerable benefits which include lowering hypertension, hyperlipidemia (cholesterol) cardiovascular diseases and inflammation.


Just the name of it brings water in my mouth. Containing riboflavin, vitamin B-6, pantothenic acid, folate, phosphorus, manganese, copper and selenium, it remarkably boosts the immune system with its antioxidants and inflammatory effects.


A native fruit of North West China categorised as a fuzzy fruit. Peaches contain vitamin K and E, iron, folate, niacin, choline and much more which supports your metabolic syndrome and obesity related issues.


People today do not realise the significance of including pumpkin in their food. It’s a dense food which is full of minerals and vitamins but amazingly low with calories. It can be incorporated in the food through various ways like soups, desserts, and salads, alternate for butter and can also be stored for days. It improves your eye health, boosts immunity and promotes fertility.


Its anti-inflammatory compounds can potentially help in treating indigestion, enhance concentration and memory, as well as protect against macular degeneration.
Medicines and supplements though are used in an advance way to curb the deficiency we humans face, nothing could take place of the food that we consume which provides us with nutrients naturally.