- Carrots contain beta-carotene and vitamin A which can improve your skin and bones.
- Carrots give you fiber, helping you feel full.
- Snack on carrot sticks or add them to your stir-fries or vegetable dishes.
- Blueberries contain antioxidants.
- Easy to snack on: dried, frozen, or fresh.
- Blueberries reduce inflammation.
- Spinach contains plant-based omega 3s.
- Low in calories.
- Add spinach leaves to your salad.
- Mix spinach into scrambled eggs or stir-fries.
- Avocados are packed with minerals and all 18 essential amino acids.
- Add avocados to smoothies.
- Slice it up and use it as a side dish to eggs, chicken or fish.
- Oats will help regulate your blood sugar levels.
- Oats improve digestion.
- Great source of energy so have oats for breakfast and start your day with an energy boost.
- You make oatmeal cookies or oatmeal bread as well as having it for breakfast with milk or water.
- Tomatoes can reduce inflammation which could prevent heart attacks and strokes.
- Tomatoes also contain calcium and Vitamin K which can help strengthen your bones.
- Add more tomatoes to your diet by making homemade tomato soup or salsa. Stuff them or slice them and add them to sandwiches and salads.
- Eggs contain vitamin D which is needed for bone and teeth development.
- Eggs can improve your skin. They’re high in Vitamin B2 and B12.
- There’s so many ways to enjoy eggs: boiled, poached, in a sandwich, over a salad.