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10 Foods To Eat For Optimal Health

When it comes to foods that help create an optimal level of health, there are some that pack so much antioxidant density per serving size that we can label them as “super-foods.” All fruits and vegetables should really be classified as super-foods as they’re truly the most beneficial foods you can eat.

The human body uses the vitamins, minerals, and phyonutrients in fruits and vegetables to rebuild and repair at the cellular levels. The antioxidant content in these foods literally serve as your front line of defense against free-radicals.

While whole, natural foods provide the necessary macronutrients your body needs for energy, it’s the phytonutrients and antioxidants in fruits and vegetables specifically that are the real workhorses.

Here are the top 10 foods to eat for optimal health…

1. Blueberries

2. Raspberry

3. Strawberry

4. Red Delicious Apple

5. Pecans

6. Almonds

7. Tomatoes

8. Ginger Root

9. Onion

10. Broccoli

There are a lot of foods that could have easily made my top ten list but these were chosen due to their high antioxidant capacity per serving size.

For optimal health, simply look to follow a Primal Blueprint type diet as closely as possible by eating natural, whole foods. Keep processed and refined foods to a minimum and for moderation only. If you follow this general guideline you’ll be likely to enjoy good health.

As in life it’s all about balance. Eat God’s foods the majority of the time, get regular exercise, adequate rest and recovery, and avoid poisonous things.

Shane Doll is a certified personal trainer, fat loss expert, speaker, and founder of Shaping Concepts, a Charleston personal fitness training studio that specializes in weight loss and body transformation by using burst training workouts. You can receive a FREE, no-obligations (2) session personal training trial and consultation to experience the difference for yourself.

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Category: Nutrition.