Onion & Garlic
Onion & Garlic are very healthy and beneficial for your body. Onions are very good source of vitamin C, B6, Biotin, Chromium, Calcium and dietary fiber. It also helps you with your liver. They actually have less pesticides and chemicals than conventional food.
Garlic is really awesome for TONS of stuff. It helps for example with:
- High Cholesterol
- Yeast Infections
- Increase absorption of ion & zinc
- Cold and Flu
- Diabetes and blood sugar
- Boost immune system
Leafy Greens should be the best part of your meal, because it’s full of micro-nutrients like vitamins and minerals. They are very beneficial for the body in so many ways and they contain alkaline, which supports a tremendous amount of health. Especially in this world where all foods are loaded with acids.
nHealthy seeds full of healthy fats like: Flaxseeds, Pumpkin seeds, Sunflower seeds, Chia-seeds and Alfalfa seeds are super healthy and are very high in fat and protein and have either no carbs or low amount and almost exclusively all of those carbs are dietary fiber.
Avocado is full of healthy vitamins and minerals as well and also has a great amount of healthy fatty acids, Omega 3 and 6. It is also full of vitamin A,C,E,K, B6, Folate and is anti-inflammatory.
If you eat raw coconut meat, coco flakes or the coconut oil, you will not have to worry about your blood sugar since coconut has a very high amount of fat and most of the carbs are dietary fiber and it has basically no Glycemic load at all. You should always use coconut oil when you are cooking.
Nuts like walnuts, hazelnuts, peanuts or almonds are super high in healthy fats and protein as well. Nuts have almost no carbs. Nuts are healthy, great snacks. Since the Glycemic loads is 11 per 100gram and over 15 it is classified as affecting the blood sugar if you eat too much cashews.
Basil, cilantro, oregano, mint, lemon balm are very good because they have basically no macro-nutrients. Please make sure they are organic. If possible, plant them yourself.
A great source of the very essential vitamin B12 and a good amount of protein and fat. Eggs have no affect on your blood sugar and a great way to start the day and they are easy to cook and cheap as well.