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Foods You Should Eat Regularly For Optimal Body Growth and Function

You've heard the old saying: Real beauty comes from the inside. You could say the same for good health. When you eat right, exercise, get enough sleep and find smart ways to manage stress-like trading a Netflix binge for a yoga class or long run in the park-you start to look and feel your best. Healthy eating gives you energy and vitality, good physique, and helps your body fight disease. No food can make you look younger and feel healthier overnight. But over time, getting the right nutrients can make a difference. As part of a balanced diet, these 3 foods are proven to help you lose weight, get good physique, keep your heart going strong and promote healthy, younger-looking skin.

Greek Yogurt; Smooth, creamy, and extra-thick, Greek yogurt is a great source of protein, potassium, and calcium and is also an important source of probiotics. The nutrients in yogurt help build strong bones, aid digestion, and keep your immune system going strong. Along with having less watery whey than regular yogurt which helps make the Greek variety super-thick Greek yogurt also has less sodium and fewer carbs than regular yogurt and packs twice the protein.

Eggs; Eggs contain a heavy-hitting 4 grams of pure muscle-building amino acids inside every shell, in addition to boasting some of the highest naturally available doses around of a vitamin called choline, which is thought to help enhance memory. They're the gold standard in terms of providing all the right nutrients for muscle growth.

Avocados; Researchers found that the avocado eaters weighed less, had less belly fat and showed a much lower risk of metabolic syndrome, a group of symptoms that can lead to diabetes and heart disease, compared to the non-avocado fans. Avocados are packed with vitamins C, E and K, all important for skin health. Plus, the healthy fat in avocados may help prevent wrinkles, while other nutrients help reduce sun damage.

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