These 7 Superfoods Will Make You Thinner
There’re too many fad diets around and life’s too short to try them all. Nowadays the general consensus is that you should improve your diet in the long term, instead of alternating periods of severe dieting with bouts of bingeing. Eat whole foods, exercise at least a couple of times a week and you’ll work towards a happier, healthier you. There’re some foods that can help you to achieve your health goals by providing you with the nutrients which will keep you going throughout the day. Some of them have been known for centuries, whilst others are more recent concoctions and discoveries. Let’s take a look at what we think will be the biggest food trends in 2015:
Cruciferous Vegetables: Brussels Sprouts and Cauliflower
It looks like 2015 will be the year of the cauliflower. This cruciferous vegetable is a great source of vitamin C and it’s a great replacement for potato, if you’re trying to follow a low-carb diet. Cauliflower is also renowned for its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant nutrients. Brussels sprouts instead provide anti-cancer compounds which might help prevent tumours from growing.