Add Spinach to Your Diet
Aside from being rich in vitamin C, which is the number one vitamin that boosts immune function, the all mighty super green leafy vegetable also known as ‘Spinach’ is also packed with antioxidants and beta carotene that are significant in the infection-fighting capability of our immune system.
But, did you know?
It can reduce hunger and cravings – Spinach isn’t just an excellent source of vitamins A, C, and K—it may also reduce hunger and cravings. The compounds in the photosynthesis cells of spinach promote the release of satiety hormones.
It can make workouts easier – Spinach might make your muscles more efficient during a workout. If you eat an amount equivalent to what’s found in a plate of spinach—for three days consumed less oxygen while riding an exercise bike. That improved performance is thanks to the increased efficiency of mitochondria, which power our body’s cells.
Try adding spinach to your smoothie ingredients to get that great superfood supporting your health!