Sometimes we don’t pay as much attention to what we eat because we’re busy and always in a hurry. We may be able to eat breakfast in the morning, but then we don’t have enough time to eat at work during the day. Then we find that we are more and more depressed, weak and frail every day.
This is due to nothing other than a lack of nutrients. However, if we turn back to ‘healing foods’, i.e. dedicate enough time and energy to eating quality, healthy food, we may find that we are energised again, less stressed, less nervous and have not been sick for a while. Healthy eating has healing powers, and we’ll show you why.
Fish is very healthy. There’s a reason why nutritionists tell us to eat it regularly. Why should we eat fish at least twice a week? Fish is rich in vitamin D, calcium and omega-3 fatty acids. These nutrients are very beneficial for immune health and bone health.
Honey is also very useful if you work a lot and are not so busy with your diet. Of course, it is not enough to eat only honey, as it cannot compensate for nutrient deficiencies, but it can at least help us not to get sick, as honey has excellent anti-inflammatory properties. It also relieves pain and even kills bacteria. It is also full of vitamins and minerals and works as a great cough suppressant.
During cold and flu season, eat as much horseradish as you can, as it has excellent antiviral and even antibacterial properties.
And don’t forget green leafy vegetables to replenish your vitamin and mineral stores. Which plants belong to this group? Broccoli, cabbage, spinach, kale, among others. These vegetables contain high levels of vitamin K, a vitamin that plays an important role in preventing blood clots. If we do sedentary work and sit a lot, this vitamin can only benefit us.