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  • Potassium in banana and Strawberries has been shown to help regulate blood pressure, which play a key role in many hormonal functions.

 

  • Oatmeal and fruit contain fiber to keep your digestive system running smoothly.

 

  • Calcium in cheese helps build bones.

 

  • Vitamin C in orange juice, antioxidants in raspberries and flavonoids help boost your immune system.

 

  • Omega-3 fatty acids found in salmon have been shown to increase brain function.

 

  • Calcium in cheese, vitamin D, and magnesium in milk help build bones.

 

  • Cinnamon has been shown to increase insulin receptivity.

 

  • The B vitamins help lower homocysteine levels, and olive oil help keep arteries clear.

 

  • Beans are important sources of digestive-friendly fiber.

 

  • Avocados provide healthy anti-inflammatory fat.

 

  • Soybeans and fiber in salad facilitate gut health.

 

  • Chicken soup has been found to be one of the three things that decreases the length of the command cold.

 

  • Tofu contains calcium for strong bones.

 

  • Lycopene, folate, and perhaps selenium, found in tomato productions and garlic help protect the sex organs.

 

  • Olives contain high amounts of monounsaturated fats, which help keep arteries clear.

 

  • Spices like chili and garlic help open up airways.

 

  • Lots of vitamins and nutrients from orange juice, celery, onions, and carrots to help improve your eyes and other sensory organs.

 

  • Lycopene, folate, and perhaps selenium, found in tomato products and garlic have anticancer properties.

 

  • Nutrients in broccoli, okra, and cucumber are great at warding off cancer.

 

  • The stuff in tomatoes seems to be a great way to prevent breast and prostate cancer cells from growing.

 

  • Beans are important sources of digestive-friendly fiber.

 

  • The lentils provide fiber to aid digestion.

 

  • The chicken and onions provide nutrients that your immune cells keep fighting for you.

 

  • Yogurt promotes growth of healthy bacteria in the intestines.

 

  • Omega-8 fatty acids help lubricate joints, and the spinach contains bone-boosting calcium.

 

  • Wasabi, onions, and olive oil help open the airways for better breathing.

 

  • Omega-3 fatty acids, potassium, and folate found in fish and green leafy vegetables help improve brain function.

 

  • Olive oil, whole-grain pasta, and asparagus decrease the inflammatory gremlins that age your arteries.

 

  • Garlic has properties to protect against various fungal conditions, and healthy fats and folate strengthen immune function.

 

  • Complex carbohydrates and reduced intake of sugar help decrease risk of diabetes.

 

  •  Strawberries contain powerful antioxidants, which can help prevent cancer.

 

  • Foods such as berries and orange juice that contain vitamin C, folate, and flavonoids help raise immunity levels.

 

Food for the

Name of Food

Vitamins

Minerals

 

 

 

 

Arteries

Chickpea

 

 

Anemia

Beef Liver

 

Iron

Blood

Red Beet, Pistachios

 

Iron

Blood Circulation

Fish

 

 

Cancer

Broccoli, Okra, Cucumber, Cranberries, Walnuts

 

 

Eye

Apricot, Blueberry, Carrot

 

 

Digestive System

Papaya, Pineapple

 

 

Heart

Walnut

 

 

Kidney

Celery

 

 

Immune System

Yogurt

 

 

Infections

Tangerine

C

 

Intestine

Pomegranate

 

 

Liver and Gallbladder

Artichoke, Belgian Endive

 

 

Lowering Cholesterol

Avocado, Oats

 

 

Metabolism

Cherry

 

 

Musculoskeletal System

Chestnut

 

 

Nervous System

Lettuce

 

 

Respiratory System

Figs

 

 

Skin

Cucumber

 

 

Stomach

Pineapple

 

 

Urinary Tract

Cranberry, Melon

 

 

 

 

 

 

  



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