Why wait until it is too late when it comes to breast health? Your breast health is all about how you treat your body from day-to-day, and that starts with your diet. I’ll be honest, a healthy diet in this day and age begins with what you DON’T eat. But second to that, it certainly is what you DO eat (or drink). Including the following items into a health diet will definitely jump start a good nutrient dense health profile that can help you support your breast health.
This superfood is loaded with protein, fiber and minerals. It is also gluten free. Just look at its nutrient profile for yourself.
- Quinoa contains Iron. …
- Quinoa contains lysine. …
- Quinoa is rich in magnesium. …
- Quinoa is high in Riboflavin (B2). …
- Quinoa has a high content of manganese.
Quinoa is easy to add into your diet, it cooks in a similar way to oatmeal or rice. You can add it to brown rice dishes. It really is a no brainer when it comes to breast health.
You are what you drink. Kind of? Many people love their caffeine, which typically comes in the form of coffee. Nothing against coffee, but if you want to support breast health, you might give green tea a go. Hey, its more affordable, for starters. Green tea will also give you your caffeine fix. Green tea polyphenols like flavonoids and catechins are extremely powerful antioxidants. Antioxidants fight free radicals.
Salmon is a good source of niacin, and a great source of vitamin B12, vitamin D, and selenium. Its high in Omega 3 fatty acids. You want to buy your salmon as wild, not farm raised, as well as antibiotic free.
This lean meat is a great source of protein.
Kale is one of the most nutrient dense foods on earth. Its superfood abilities can help protect your breast health for the long haul. Eating Kale daily means getting a surplus of the following vitamins.
Vitamin A: 206% of the RDA (from beta-carotene). Vitamin K: 684% of the RDA. Vitamin C: 134% of the RDA. Vitamin B6: 9% of the RDA. Manganese: 26% of the RDA. Calcium: 9% of the RDA. Copper: 10% of the RDA. Potassium: 9% of the RDA. Magnesium: 6% of the RDA.
Kale is also loaded with antioxidants. Antioxidants fight oxidative damage by free radicals in the body, and this is really important when it comes to cancer prevention.
Have you ever wondered why curry is yellow? Wonder no more, its all tumeric’s fault. It’s been used in Indian for medicinal purposes for thousands of years. Tumeric is made of medicinal compounds known as curcuminoids. The important one of these is known as curcumin. This is a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory. But it doesn’t absorb super easily into the bloodstream. It is fat soluble, so taking it with fat is a good idea. It might be easiest to just look for the curcumin independently.