3 Healthy Spring Foods You Should Eat – Part 1

Spring has come! Along with the shiny warm weather, the new season brings a lot of fresh foods and vegetables that could help us overcome stress and charge our bodies with healthy vitamins and minerals! Spring foods can also play a big role in losing those extra pounds we’ve gained during the long winter. 

We have outlined the top spring super foods that will boost your energy levels, brighten your skin and will get you ready for the summer!

1. Spinach

Spinach is also known as the favorite food of Popeye the Sailor. Spring is the time when you can find this green leafy vegetable in fresh condition. It’s a great source of Vitamin B, Vitamin A, Vitamin E, Magnesium, Iron, Lutein, Folic acid, plant proteins and fibers. Spinach is a great choice if you are on a diet – a cup of fresh spinach has just 7 calories! You can add it to your salad or omelette. It’s also great steamed as an addition to fish meals.

2. Strawberries

These little red extremely delicious fruits are full with Vitamin C and antioxidants having incredible effect against skin aging. Strawberries are also rich in Vitamins K, B2, B5, B6 and Anthocyanin which is used for cancer prevention.

3. Radishes

Radishes are low in calories (just 20kcal per 100gr) but rich in nutrients and fiber. Their high content of Vitamin C and water keeps your body hydrated and helps refresh the skin. You can use them in soups and cooked meals, or if you like pepper taste in your salad, add some fresh ones.

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