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Sardine and 3 Other Healthy Foods You Can Eat As Replacement For Multivitamins

Multivitamins are good for humans as they make the ideal to be possible, they enable us to consume the vitamins we need in tablet or capsule form. Multivitamins give the idea that we can have 5 vitamins in the right proportion from a single tablet, this is so awesome, but at the end of the day, Healthline says it's better to get your vitamins from foods other than multivitamins.

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Vitamins seem ideal but some foods do better than them in terms of dishing out nutrients, sardine is one of such foods, and as you read further you'd see some other foods.


Having a food like sardine at your disposal guarantees nutrient gain as the fish contains a bit of every nutrient your body needs, added to that, sardine contains omega-3 fatty acids.

I call omega-3 a super-nutrient because of it its health benefits to those who have enough of it, for starters, omega-3 helps improve heart health and reduce the risk factors of heart diseases.

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Among the nutrients in sardines are selenium and calcium, and both don't hesitate to manifest their health benefits when consumed. In this part of the world, sardines are canned, grilled, smoked, etc.

Asides from sardine, other foods can be eaten as replacements for multivitamins, they are highly nutritious and you can have a look at 3 of them below

1. Liver.

This is an organ meat that is usually delicious, it can be added to a wide variety of foods, and it is the most nutritious part of an animal, who would have known this?

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Liver contains essential nutrients like copper, vitamin B12, vitamin A, folate, and iron, these nutrients work in accordance to better the health of its consumer. Take vitamin B12 for example, it is important to brain and nervous system health.

2. Yellow Bell Pepper.

Yellow bell pepper is a top source of vitamin C for human consumption, vitamin C is an essential nutrient to humans but the body neither stores nor produces it, therefore, it should be steadily present in our diet. One large yellow ball pepper provides about 600% of the required daily intake, which is about 4 times what oranges offer. (Sourced from Healthline)

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3. Kale.

In terms of nutrients, this vegetable is one of the densest food on the planet, being rich in vitamin K1 gives it an edge in terms of foods that can replace multivitamins, vitamin K1 also helps blood clotting, and bone health.

Other important nutrients like vitamin C, vitamin B6, potassium, iron, manganese, and fiber are contained in kale.

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In conclusion, we should eat good foods, but we still need to be moderate as we consume these foods, for example, the liver above is nutritious but it should not be eaten more than twice a week, to prevent nutrient toxicity.

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