Kale Could Be Just What Your Body Needs To Give You A Boost

This amazing food will help to keep you healthy, packed with vitamins and phytochemicals. Kale is known to be one of the top vegetable immunity boosters.

It contains multiple antioxidants, including kaempferol and quercetin, which are responsible for anti-inflammatory benefits in diseases.

Kale is rich in carotenoids and B-vitamins and anti-aging and beautifying trace minerals.

It is known to be one of the best sources of lutein and zeaxanthin, carotenoids that help to prevent eye disease.

The vitamins B6 and B12 in Kale help to boost brain power and prevent memory loss and improve energy.

Kale is also a great source of calcium for the bones and contains silica for skin, hair, nails and teeth.

It contains vitamin C, making it a great defender against colds and viruses.

Also known to contain vitamin K which promotes blood clotting and healing and good amounts of immunity boosting minerals, including iron and zinc.

Kale provides a source of fibre which assists digestion and keeps blood sugar levels steady.

Definitely worth adding to your shopping list!!

Why Should You Eat Blueberries??

It is a simple question, but there are so many reasons why!!

Especially at the moment it is vitally important to look after your health as much as you can.

Blueberries are an amazing fruit for helping to protect cells from free radical damage and ageing, containing great youth-preserving antioxidants which boost immunity and help avert many conditions.

Consume blueberries three or four times a week for all immunity – boosting benefits.

They are great eaten as a snack or add to your breakfast cereal or simply do what I do which is add them to a plain bio yogurt. I also buy the frozen blueberries so they last longer.

The berries lovely blue colour comes from anthocyanins – potent antioxidants that fight cell damage, improve circulation and help protect against heart problems, stroke, cancer and gum disease.

Anthocyanins can also help improve eye health by protecting against retinal degeneration.

Blueberries are rich in tannins which have anti-inflammatory effect on the body’s tissues and are known to kill microbes and fight the bacteria that cause urinary tract infections.

They are also known to combat the bacteria that cause diarrhoea.

Blueberries can help improve brain function and have been known to help protect against dementia and preserve memory.

You can get so many health benefits from blueberries, boosting immunity is a fantastic one to have at the moment.

Enjoy your day and eat some blueberries.