All calories are not created equal. To nourish your body, look for foods in their whole natural state without additives and preservatives.
Research has shown that you can enhance the function of your liver by adding garlic, onions, lemon, rosemary and green tea to your diet.
A study in the International Journal of Obesity found that people reduced their calorie intake by 20% when they substituted a piece of fresh fruit for fruit juice.
Young coconuts are highly nutritious. A whole young coconut, sometimes referred to as a drinking coconut, has only 140 calories and is packed with nutrition. Enjoy the whole young coconut by itself or add water and meat to a smoothie for a tropical delight.
A good alternative to white potatoes is sweet potatoes. A baked sweet potato is high in Vitamin A and may help reduce the risk of cataracts, cancer and heart disease.
Omega 3 fatty acids can balance blood sugar and reduce inflammation. They also help regulate the metabolism. Some good sources of Omega 3 fatty acids are fish oil, flaxseed oil and walnuts.
Garlic is a potent source of antioxidants and boosts your immune system. An ounce of fresh garlic contains a significant amount of vitamin C, thiamine, potassium and iron.
To enhance your body's ability to eliminate mercury, increase your intake of fiber, pure water, dark green leafy vegetables, broccoli and Vitamin C.