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Everything in our body is made up of specialized cells. Are you feeding your body the best components to build a cell? The cell membrane is made up of saturated or monounsaturated fat because they are the most resistant to oxidation or damage along with cholesterol and proteins to make a strong but pliable cell wall if you will. There is a variety of cells but Omega 3 fats are a majority. If not enough of the better fats are available then the cell membrane can be made out of available trans and poly fats that are more susceptible to oxidation or damage. Leaving your cells at risk of damage. Arterial, skin, organ, muscle and ligament cells can become weakened. Each cell has a MAD scientist that will assimilate the components it needs or create to the best of the available items to make itself and allow for duplication.

That's just the cell membrane. What else is inside that we need to feed our bodies? Water, saccharides, proteins and enzymes...

What components are you making available to your body through what you eat? If you don't ingest quality ingredients you will make weakened cells and suffer the consequences at some point in your life.

FOOD IS MEDICINE. 50 superfoods below

50 superfoods

1) Almond milk Almond milk is extremely rich in Vitamin E, which is very important in regulating skin health. It contains minerals like calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, and zinc. One serving of almond milk contains a half of the recommend daily value that offers these cellular healing benefits:

  • Helps with the body’s bone structure

  • Improves eyesight

  • Helps with muscle growth and repair

  • Regulate blood levels

  • Keeps the blood pressure levels well maintained

2) Apples Packing in quite a bit of soluble fiber (4 grams per medium apple) for a modest amount of calories (95) makes apples a filling, sweet snack. Apples are very popular fruits and are extremely rich in essential dietary fiber, flavonoid, and antioxidants that are well-known for the many cellular healing benefits The benefits include:

  • Offer protection against Alzheimer diseases

  • Decrease the chances of getting diabetes.

  • Protect the body against cancer causing agents

  • Help with the body’s digestive system

3) Arugula Arugula is a leafy herb that is primarily used in salad. Arugula contains high levels of folic acid and antioxidants like vitamin C, vitamin K, and vitamin A. If you consume arugula regular, you’ll likely to reap these cellular healing benefits:

  • Antioxidants that help in cancer prevention

  • During the hot months, the herb help in hydration

  • High in vitamins and minerals that improve brain functions

  • Improvement of the bones

4) Avocado Inside of just one avocado, you will get a dose of vitamins A, B6, C, E and K. Sometimes referred to as, the guacamole, the avocado is a very popular fruit that has many cellular healing benefits. Some of the benefits include:

  • Contains phytochemicals that help in fighting cancer

  • Contains mono saturated fats which help in reducing cholesterol levels

  • Regulate and increase the blood flow

  • Reduce any risks of high blood pressure

5) Black pepper Black Pepper helps with proper digestion which is essential to avoid diarrhea, constipation and colic. Pepper also helps to prevent the formation of intestinal gas. Black pepper is an inexpensive frequently used spice that is easy to get. A pinch of black pepper in your meals has the following cellular healing benefits: Some benefits include:

  • Helps in cleansing the body through frequent and controlled urination

  • Helps in weight loss by breaking down fat cells

  • Improves digestion by increasing hydrochloric acid in the stomach

  • Help in gas reduction

6) Black raspberries Anthocyanins in Black raspberries may promote healthy eyesight in several ways, including by improving night vision, boosting circulation within the capillaries of the retina, reducing the risk of retinopathy in diabetic patients. There are many different ways to eat raspberries. You can eat them as they are,or simply combine them with a smoothie. They are extremely nutritious and some of their cellular healing benefits are:

  • Help to reduce tumor growths

  • Have ellagic which acts as an anti-viral and anti- bacterial

  • Have antioxidants that help to prevent cancer, especially of the colon and esophagus

  • Their phenolic content helps in fighting different kinds of diseases in the body

7) Blueberries Blueberries are sweet berries that are commonly known as brainpower boosters. Hundreds of studies reveal that these Superfoods can reduce age-related symptoms from dementia. Consuming just one cup of blueberries provides the following nutrients: Resveratrol, Gallic acid, Lutein, Zeaxanthin, Vitamin K and C, Manganese and Fiber. Besides, they:

  • Repairs damaged cell structures

  • Help with brain protection, improving learning capacity and motor skills.

  • Regulate the body’s blood sugar levels

8) Brazil Nuts The greatest health benefit of Brazil nuts lies in their high selenium content. Brazilian nuts are very healthy snacks with great nutritional benefits. Some of the cellular healing benefits of Brazilian nuts are:

  • They boost the body’s metabolism

  • They help to maintain better bone strength.

  • They have antioxidants that help to fight many diseases including cancer

  • They contain Vitamin E which helps with the maintenance of the membrane of the skin

9) Broccoli Broccoli provides 92 micrograms of vitamin K, well over 100% of your daily need. Broccoli is a vegetable that is well-known to carry high amounts of carotenoid and sulforaphane, which helps to flush out chemicals that cause cancer from the body. Other cellular healing benefits are:

  • Improves the digestive system

  • Helps in weight maintenance

  • Improvement of the health of the heart

  • Better functioning of the cognitive

  • Helps to reduce tumors

10) Brussels sprouts Brussels sprouts meet your vitamin C and vitamin K needs for the day. Brussels sprouts are low calorie and highly nutritious cellular super food that are a good source of different vitamins and minerals. Its benefits include:

  • Improves the cardiovascular system

  • Lowers cholesterol level.

  • Contains antioxidants that lowers the risk of cancer

  • Helps flush out the toxic compounds from the body

11) Buckwheat pasta Buckwheat pasta is a great Source of Manganese, Thiamin, High in Protein, high in Soluble Fiber. Buckwheat pasta is very rich in proteins and contains a nutrient called rutin, which is a flavonoid that greatly benefits the human body. Buckwheat pasta is a great substitute for the regular pasta, boasting the following cellular healing benefits:

  • Insoluble fibers protect against gallstones and other gall bladder issues

  • Very efficient in weight loss and improves the digestive system

  • Reduce the risk of getting breast cancer

  • Protects the body cells against the damaging free radicals

  • Prevents plaque buildup that leads to high cholesterol

  • Helps with stabilization of blood sugar

12) Carrots Carrots provide vitamin A and a host of other impressive health benefits including beautiful skin, and anti-aging. Carrots are commonly known for improving the eye. That aside, there are more benefits attached to this super food. Carrots are rich in many nutrients, carrying good amounts of fiber content and beta-carotene that bring about the cellular healing benefits below:

  • Maintain a healthy skin

  • Boost immune system

  • Fights cancer

  • Improve the oral health

  • Protects the liver

13) Cilantro Cilantro is very low in saturated fat and cholesterol. Cilantro is a great herb that contains vitamin K, folate, manganese, potassium, chlorine, and powerful antioxidants beta-carotene, lutein, zeaxanthin, and beta-crypoxanthin. These properties will help you reap some of the following cellular healing benefits:

  • Lowers blood sugar

  • Inhibits against unwanted oxidation

  • Help with curbing insomnia

  • Fights body diseases and cancer-causing agents

  • Improves the cardiovascular

14). Coconut oil Coconut oil is easily converted into energy for the body and people will experience a sustained energy from coconut oil. Several research studies show that coconut oil has unique healthy fats called medium-chain fatty acids-Caprylic acid, Lauric acid, and Capric acid. The oil is also rich in vitamin E and antioxidants, and anti-aging properties. You can consume the oil or rub it on the skin to increase hydration and block harmful UV rays. Some of its cellular healing benefits are:

  • Helps combat bacteria and other infections

  • It is very good in healing of some disorders of the brain.

  • Reduces any activities relating to seizure

  • Fight hunger pangs

15) Dark chocolate Dark chocolate’s cocoa polyphenols may be involved in cholesterol control. According to recent research studies, this super food can reduce heart attacks and stroke. Also, if dark chocolate is consumed moderately, it has a variety of cellular healing benefits. Some of the benefits are:

  • Ensures better cognitive ability

  • Lowers chances of getting blood clots

  • Reduces inflammation in the body.

  • Helps in reduction of high blood pressure

  • Boosts mood

16) Dried mulberries Mulberries contain alkaloids that activate macrophages. Macrophages are white blood cells that stimulate the immune system, putting it on high active alert against health threats Dried mulberries provide unusually high levels of vitamin C, fiber, calcium, and antioxidants. They are delicious as snack, or you can mix them with yogurt and experience the following cellular healing benefits:

  • Enhanced oxygen circulation

  • Getting rid of toxic substances from the body

  • Protection against stroke and cancer

  • Protection of the eyes from UV rays

17) Extra-virgin Olive Oil (EVOO) Virgin olive oil can be used in cooking or for salads. Extra virgin olive oil also contains polyphenols which act as antioxidants, reducing the oxidative stress throughout your body. It is very healthy and has some of the following cellular healing benefits:

  • Reduces chances of breast, respiratory and digestive cancers.

  • Helps control cholesterol levels

  • Reduction of heart attack chances

  • Maintains sugar levels in the blood

18) Fish oil It comes down to omega-3 in fish oil, again and the power of fatty acids. Omega-3 works to decrease inflammation in the body. Fish oil is taken as a pill or just as it is. It has very many cellular healing benefits. Some of these are:

  • It doesn’t have cholesterol

  • It improves the cardiovascular functions

  • It helps to prevent cancer

  • It is very good for the digestive system

  • It is rich in Omega 3 which is great for the brain

19) Garlic Garlic can help reduce lead toxicity in your body. This popular bulb onion is one of the most widely used spices to stop cancer. Other cellular healing benefits of garlic are:

  • It is a great cure for the common cold

  • Helps to reduce acne

  • Helps with hair growth

  • Ideal for weight control and loss

  • Great when it comes to healing sores and psoriasis

20) Ginger Ginger is a root that smells great, and is best known for its cure for stomach aches. Ginger is a blood thinner. It promotes regular digestion and metabolism of your food. Here are the cellular healing benefits:

  • Helps to control nausea

  • It relieves stomachaches and other abdominal discomforts, especially for women having menstrual problems.

  • Great in relieving different kinds of pain

  • Acts well as an anti-cancer agent

21) Goji berries Goji berries benefits include the ability to naturally treat diabetes, hypertension, infectious diseases, and common illnesses like the cold or a fever. Also known as, wolfberries, Goji berries are low in calories, fat-free, contain 18 amino acids, are a great source of fiber and antioxidants. Whether you eat them raw, dried, or in powdered or liquid form, you’re likely to experience the following cellular healing benefits:

  • Carry properties that help to reduce hunger

  • Boost immune systems

  • Contains phytonutrients that helps protect skin and eye health

  • Boosts the functioning of the brain and muscles

22) Grapefruit Grapefruit is an incredibly healthy food to include in your diet. That’s because it’s high in nutrients, but low in calories. In fact, it’s one of the lowest-calorie fruits. Since they have high amounts of Vitamin C, grapefruits are very good immune boosters. Besides, they help reduce the risk of hearth-related problems-heart attack and stroke. Other cellular healing benefits are:

  • Help prevent cancer that comes from lycopene

  • Carry antioxidants that help to curb breast cancer

  • Reduction of cholesterol levels

  • Help to detoxify the body

  • Help in prevention of some diseases like the Alzheimer’s

23) Green tea Green tea, especially the Japanese green tea is loaded with powerful nutrients and antioxidants. It is loaded with polyphenols like flavonoids and catechins, which function as powerful antioxidants. These substances can reduce the formation of free radicals in the body, protecting cells and molecules from damage. These free radicals are known to play a role in aging and all sorts of diseases. Whether you drink it warm or iced, this popular drink has tremendous benefits, which include:

  • Contains catechin and theaflavin that helps to suppress influenza, fight viruses and combat food poisoning

  • Helps to lower cholesterol levels

  • Regulates blood glucose

  • Contains caffeine which acts as a positive stimulant in every organ in the body

  • Helps combat Alzheimer’s disease and cancer-causing agents

24). Hemp seed Hemp seeds are a great protein source, as more than 25% of their total calories are from high-quality protein. Hemp seeds ar