Superfoods that support your body organs

Each organ in our body is responsible for specific functions, but when they get overloaded, they present symptoms in different ways. But the best part is that it can be fixed by including specific foods in our diet. Here is the list of such foods.

Each organ in our body is responsible for specific functions, but when they get overloaded, they present symptoms in different ways. But the best part is that it can be fixed by including specific foods in our diet. Here is the list of such foods.

Foods that support body organs

Grapes – It has been proven that eating black or green grapes lowers your risk of developing lung cancer and emphysema, a chronic lung condition.

Kidney beans – Fiber and soluble fibers are abundant in kidney beans. Additionally, they contain a lot of protein and iron.

Sweet potato – It can regulate a diabetic’s glycemic index. Manganese, copper, phosphorus, potassium, dietary fiber, niacin, vitamins B1 and B2, vitamin B6, vitamin C, and vitamin A, are all abundant in sweet potatoes

Olives – Olives help the ovaries stay healthy and work properly. Olives and olive oil are rich sources of phenolic antioxidants.

Grapes fruit – Citrus fruits like oranges, lemons, and grapefruit support breast health and lymphatic flow into and out of the breasts.

Bananas – Bananas are potassium-rich food that aids in muscle recovery when eaten after a workout. 

Onions – Onions resemble the cells of the human body. Onions are known to remove waste products from every cell of the body.

Ginseng roots – Ginseng roots are thought to enhance energy, lower blood sugar, and cholesterol, relieve stress, encourage relaxation and treat diabetes too.

Mushrooms – Mushrooms are rich in vitamin D, which benefits your bones, and auditory ossicles in particular. While transferring sound to the inner ear, the three tiniest bones contribute significantly to the sense of hearing. 

Ginger – Ginger is known to be the best treatment for digestive issues like nausea, loss of appetite, motion sickness, and pain.

Carrot – Being rich in vitamin A, carrot improves the blood flow to the eyes making your eyes sparkle and vision stronger.

Walnut – More than 30 neurotransmitters are produced by walnuts in the brain. It also protects against Alzheimer’s and Dementia.

Avocado – It is beneficial for the cervix and womb of females. Eating avocados during pregnancy helps to balance the birth hormones, lose pregnancy weight and guard against cervical cancer.

Broccoli – Including regular servings of broccoli in your meals can cut the risk of some cancers by 50%.

Figs – It aids in boosting sperm production in the male reproductive system and reversing male infertility.

Celery – Celery has naturally occurring salt which makes up nearly 25% of bones.

Tomatoes – Various studies show that men and women have a lower chance of developing heart disease due to lycopene in tomatoes.

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Renu Gupta

With a background in Pharmacy which is the clinical health science that links medical science with chemistry, I had the desire to mix creativity to these fields. Medicircle provides me an avenue to apply my training in science and interest in creativity together.

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