Certain vitamins are powerful at burning body fat in the body. Niacin or nicotinic acid (B3) is a powerful vitamin that we can’t perform well without. It also helps to lower cholesterol and support healthy blood sugar levels. A slight, non-clinical deficiency can lead to fatigue, poor concentration, anxiety, depression, and restlessness. It is difficult to get too much of this vitamin, however, if you do, it will lead to flushing, skin issues, and digestive challenges. If it is long-term overdose it can lead to liver damage, diabetes, and even birth defects.
Garlic is well known as a natural health remedy that has long been used to treat various ailments. It is extremely easy to source in most countries and can be consumed cooked or fresh. It is most easily included in your food or can be eaten on its own. You don’t need to limit yourself to fresh garlic either. Garlic powder or dried garlic flakes are just as effective and super easy to keep in the cupboard for everyday use.
It is recommended that adults consume no more than one clove two or three times a day and those children have one quarter to one half a clove, once or twice a day.
Like most citrus fruits, tangerines are rich in vitamin C, which is good for your immunity. Vitamin C works to boost your immunity by acting as an antioxidant that protects your cells from the damage caused by free radicals. Free radicals are highly reactive atoms that are produced when the substances in your body react with each other. This process is called oxidation, and the free radicals that oxidation produces can trigger cell death. Vitamin C's antioxidant power comes from its ability to scavenge free radicals and disarm their propensity for damage.
When I was little I used to watch Popeye make himself super strong by eating spinach, but you may be surprised to learn that he may also have been helping to protect himself against inflammatory problems, oxidative stress-related problems, cardiovascular problems, bone problems, and cancers at the same time.
Research studies on basil have shown unique health-protecting effects in two basic areas: basil's flavonoids and volatile oils.
The unique array of active constituents called flavonoids found in basil provide protection at the cellular level. Orientin and vicenin are two water-soluble flavonoids that have been of particular interest in basil, and in studies on human white blood cells; these components of basil protect cell structures as well as chromosomes from radiation and oxygen-based damage.