Top Foods for Your Spring Diet

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Top Foods Spring

Spring is in full swing, and in addition to our outfits, we often change our eating habits during this period. We choose lighter meals and include foods that will give us energy and strengthen our immunity. So, which foods are the best and worth consuming now?

Asparagus

It is one of the healthiest spring veggies. Unfortunately, the asparagus season is short: April to May only. But during this time, you can enjoy its full taste! Asparagus is rich in amino acids and potassium. It cleanses the body, has anti-aging effects, and reduces cholesterol. It also improves hematopoiesis and boosts the immune system.

Top Foods Spring

Radishes

After winter, we indulge in more vegetables. Radishes, as spring vegetables, should be part of our diet, too. Their delicious taste stands out in salads and sandwiches. You can also munch on radishes when cutting some pounds, as they are powerful fat burners. They reduce the risk of diabetes, relieve inflammation, and cleanse the kidneys. They also relieve unpleasant burning sensations when urinating.

Top Foods Spring

Leafy Green

Nature is waking up after a long wither, with it, all the green treasures in the garden. Spinach and leafy greens should definitely be part of a balanced spring diet. Green onions also taste great, and we must not forget the green gem called wild garlic, whose season culminates in April. Wild garlic is considered a miracle herb because it supports the heart, regulates blood pressure, and, at the same time, strengthens immunity. It also has pronounced anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects.

Top Foods Spring

Strawberries

If you should only indulge in one type of fruit during spring, strawberries are recommended. In addition to their unmistakable sweet taste, strawberries contain plenty of vitamins. They are rich in vitamins E and C and are a fiber, calcium, and iron source. Strawberries powerfully detoxify the body, protect against cancer, and benefit the cardiovascular system.

Text: Michaela Miňová, photo: unsplash.com