Universal Thanks to the Easter holidays many people are given free days to eat, which can make them feel sore and with various discomforts after eating.
To finish with these discomforts, we share a list of 10 foods that, thanks to their properties, can help you feel better in your body.
One of the foods with the greatest amount of antioxidants that helps protect cells from damage caused by free radicals that abound in "unhealthy food."
It promotes good digestion due to its high fiber content, which can prevent inflammation, says Dr. Mercola on her blog on healthy food.
It contains 212 amino acids and several enzymes, including papaya, an enzyme that has an anti-inflammatory effect in the stomach.
Thanks to their phytonutrients, they have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Reosamine, one of its phytonutrients, is recognized for its ability to stimulate fat burning.
Vegetables with so low calories that when we consume it, we spend more than it contributes. It is thought to be a diuretic food that fights against fluid retention, says nutritionist Fernanda Alvarado on her blog.
It is a cleansing food because it acts as a diuretic and as a light laxative as it contains an important amount of fiber.
It is a cereal rich in insoluble fiber that has a positive effect on digestive function as it slows down the passage of food through the digestive tract, resulting in greater satiety.
Numerous studies show its health benefits in almost all areas of the body – from the elimination of heavy metals to disease prevention, said Dr. Mercola on his blog.
More than 90% of cucumbers are water and its seeds have diuretic action, it also contains vitamin K that is anti-inflammatory, says Fernanda Alvarado.
It is a fruit rich in bromelain, a purifying enzyme because it helps restore damaged cells, besides being rich in fiber, which promotes digestion. So, you know, include these foods in your diet in the next few days and help your body refine surplus holidays.