The Best Diets of 2017
For varying reasons, the clean eating trend has placed high on the Best Diets 2017 lists but we won’t necessarily divulge into those reasons. Initially the diet plan was an easy enough concept, but ideas were added and with that restrictions; in all honesty, a diet plan with too many restrictions hardly work out. What numerous ‘Best Diets 2017’ fail to add or explain is that people can become healthier and more fit with just the right amount of detox; choose the right kind of food, don’t starve yourself or force to love the drinks you’re told to create from a juicer.
On the top of our list of clean and healthy food option is Spirulina. As a natural food algae, Spirulina is quite healthy but there’s a perfectly good reason why it’s not mentioned in a lot of ‘Best Diet 2017’ lists, the unusual taste. We know for a fact that majority of those who want to try will end up forcing themselves to eat Spirulina, but during those difficult times keep in mind that it’s extremely good for you. Say good bye to wheat grass and say hello to the better option, which is Spirulina; Spirulina is made of 65% protein and out of that, around 95% is digestible. Aside from that, Spirulina has all eight amino acids, this would include Omega 3 fatty acids, which is healthy.
We’ve offered numerous benefits offered by Spirulina, but the best one would be its ability to become a natural detoxing agent. Thanks to the high amounts of chlorophyll that Spirulina contains, it’s able to flush out tons of toxins from the body. Spirulina greatly aids the immune system and with the amount of betacarotene that it contains it’s also called an antioxidant; great for the health and for our skin.
Spirulina has the ability to increase a person’s resting metabolism, thus resulting to healthy weight loss. For those that just can’t stomach the taste even after giving it a considerable number of tries, then they can choose the capsule form and eat healthier food alongside the supplement; this is the suggested method by the few ‘Best Diet 2017’ lists that did include Spirulina.
Feekeh will certainly be added to most, if not all, the ‘Best Diets 2017’ lists on the internet. The Feekeh grain is known to be a staple part of diets in the Middle East as well as Palestine. Unlike the previous supplement, Feekeh has a smoky flavor and looks close to light sage. Feekeh also acts as an amazing detox for the body all thanks to the fibre and protein it contains; around twice the amount found in quinoa. As a natural prebiotic, it adds good bacteria to the gut. Those that are on a gluten free diet should consider another grain, since Feekeh contains gluten.
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