Eating vegetables can keep you smart into old age, say researchers in Germany. In their study, people who ate tour or more daily servings (about 350 grams) of fruits and vegetables scored higher on cognitive test than did those who took in less than a serving. They also had high blood Levels of vitamin E, which can prevent degradation of nerve tissues.
48 Percentage above the recommended maximum intake of sodium the average person eats each day (Source : American Journal of Health Promotion)
FISH VS. FLAX
1. Steel-cut oats
2. Cream of Wheat
Eat this milled cereal to toad up on vitamin B and iron. Skip the flavored varieties and add a touch of honey or maple syrup instead.
These puffy, creamy kernels are made from dried corn (sans hull and germ). Just crack open a can and heat. They’re not as nutritious as oats, but give a good dose of fiber.
4. Hulled buckwheat
This protein-packed grain (5.7 grams per serving) cooks slowly, so make a big batch for reheating all week.
5. Corn grits
Essentially a whole grain version of Cream of Wheat, Ralston has a wheatier flavor and more fiber to keep you feeling full until Lunch.
Source : Men's Health Magazine