The New Year holidays are approaching. You have probably already chosen what outfit you will celebrate the New Year with, but you are worried about whether you will look good in it. One of the most important factors in achieving good women's health and appearance is a healthy and complete diet. To maintain perfect physical shape, it is important to make the right choice of products to eat.


Here's a list of "superfoods for women," as Dr. Anne Lewis Hitler calls them. She has been named one of the best nutritionists in the United States and one of the most influential healers of the 21st century. Thanks to their valuable ingredients, these foods can be a great substitute for pasta, fatty meats and pastries that we eat during the Christmas and New Year holidays.


Molasses - a residual product of sugar refining. Molasses is a dark thick syrup and can be used as a complete sweetener. Contains vitamins B1, B2, inositol, paraaminobenzoic acid, iron, calcium, magnesium, potassium, copper, chromium, molybdenum. Diluted with water, molasses becomes a nutritious and useful drink, useful for digestion.

Brewer's yeast - contains vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6, B15, folic acid, biotin, choline, paraaminobenzoic acid, iron, calcium, phosphorus, potassium, zinc, selenium, chromium. Dry yeast, obtained from beer, strengthens hair and nails, and improves problem skin conditions. Moderate use is extremely important, as overdoing the product can cause Candida to multiply.

Broccoli - contains vitamins A (beta-carotene), C, folic acid, iron, calcium and selenium - a mineral with proven antitumor activity. Broccoli is a low-calorie food and is one of the vegetables that can help in the fight against incurable skin diseases, for example in the treatment of a type of genetically determined bullous dermatosis.

Brown rice - contains vitamins B3, B6, B15, pantothenic acid, folic acid, biotin, choline, magnesium, manganese, selenium. These ingredients make it much more useful than white rice.

Red meat from grass-fed animals - contains proteins, minerals, vitamins B12, A, D, Omega-3 fatty acids and bound linoleic acid. Why not have a cooked dish with just such meat on your New Year's table.

Ground flaxseed and flaxseed oil - rich in Omega-3 fatty acids. The seed contains a large amount of soluble and insoluble fiber. It is the richest source of lignans - plant-based estrogen modulators, and contains proteins, vitamins and minerals.

Sesame seeds - contains vitamins B1, B3, B15, B17, zinc, potassium, phosphorus, calcium, iron, essential fatty acids. Sesame also contains two unique ingredients - sesamolin and sesamin. Sesamin protects the liver from the adverse effects of oxygen. Both ingredients belong to the group of so-called lignans, whose action lowers bad cholesterol and increases the body's vitamin E stores.

Sunflower seeds - contain vitamins B1, B3, pantothenic acid, paraaminobenzoic acid, magnesium, potassium, zinc and essential fatty acids. Its ingredients are necessary for the skin and are good for eyesight. Thanks to zinc we enjoy a fresh look of the face, healthy hair and nails, and magnesium is useful for the heart and nervous system.

Lentils - a source of substances that reduce cholesterol and stabilize blood sugar. Contains vitamins B1, B6, pantothenic and folic acid, biotin, choline, inositol, iron, calcium and potassium.

Oily fish - rich in protein, Omega-3 fatty acids, especially eicosapentaenoic acid and docosahexaenoic acid. Consumption of high-fat fish not only reduces the risk of stroke, but also improves memory.

Eggs rich in Omega-3 fatty acids - makes them useful for use the content of essential fatty acids (especially docosahexaenoic acid), vitamins E and B12, antioxidants, including lutein.

Pure, unsweetened cranberry juice - has a proven beneficial effect on health. Blueberries contain flavonoids, enzymes and organic acids such as malic, citric and quinic acid. More than 20 million people in Europe use them as a powerful antioxidant. Daily consumption of fruit juice increases the level of good cholesterol and reduces the level of bad cholesterol, which is associated with beneficial effects on the heart and blood pressure.