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Power Up With Food!

    Are you looking to be your absolute best self this summer? Don’t worry, it doesn’t take superhuman powers to feel great and get healthy. The key lies in the superpowers of food. If you imagine eating healthy as choking down some form of “rabbit food,” think again! You can fill your plate with food as delicious as it is nutritious. Here’s how to power up your health with great food:

    For Supercharged Stamina: Chow down on artichokes and spinach and you’ll actually want to take the stairs instead of the elevator. Artichokes are absolutely packed with magnesium, which is vital for your body to generate energy among many other biochemical reactions. Spinach is another power player as it is rich in iron, which is necessary for red blood cells to fuel your muscles with oxygen.

    For a Mighty Good Mood: Head for walnuts to find tryptophan, a natural mood-regulator that helps generate serotonin. Walnuts can even help contribute to mood stability and better stress tolerance. On the greener side of things, asparagus is one of the best sources of folate, a key player in the synthesis of dopamine, serotonin, and norepinephrine.

    For Stunning Skin: Salmon can spare you some wrinkles, with a type of omega-3 that helps block enzymes responsible for facial lines and sagging skin. Pick up some strawberries to help repair skin damage and get a boost of wrinkle-fighting vitamin C. You can even use them in a homemade facial.

    For Mesmerizing Memory: Crack a few eggs, they’re full of choline which helps your body make chemicals for memory storage. Regularly munching on blueberries can actually improve your memory, thanks to anthocyanins boosting brain cell signaling.

    For Weight Loss: Allicin gives garlic its strong smell, but it can also stimulate the feeling of fullness in your brain. Beans also have this effect due to their high protein content, and your body actually expends energy to digest the fibrous legumes. Talk about a great weight loss food!

Read the entire article here: Foods to Power Up Your Spring