Some Superfoods That You Can Include In Your Diet Chart For The Beginning Of 2020


It seems like the ending of the year, and we have done so much in this that makes it memorable forever. We have adopted and learned so many new things that have changed our life pattern, whether it is in food, fitness, spiritually, or work-related. These new things have become a part of our life and, hence, improve the way we live than from the past years.

We got so busy in adopting the new styles that we forget it is the corner of the new year 2020. This is the time when we have to prepare ourselves for new year resolution and make a list of goals that we will be going to follow in the next year.

One of the best goals for your new year resolution is by adding healthy diet goals. From our many past years, we have heard about some healthy foods like kale, berries, that consists of fibers, vitamin c, antioxidants, and magnesium. But this time, we want you to add a list of superfoods that have a lasting impact on your health and keep you away from chronic diseases.

Here is the list of some superfoods that you must include in your new-year goals list.


Chelsea Gross, the nutrition expert, says, “Avocados are the perfect addition to almost any meal: High in healthy fats, fiber, and beauty nutrients like vitamin B and E.” You can add avocados in your toast, make a smoothie, and have breakfast.

Beet Root

Consuming beetroot as in a salad, drinking cold-pressed juice, or adding with other meals have a significant impact on your health. It gives your body loads of antioxidants, makes your skin glowy, and keep your body energetic.


Nuts are rich in two main and essential nutrients that keep heart-healthy for lifelong, and these nutrients are magnesium and polyunsaturated fats. These nutrients also protect you against insulin resistance, which may cause diabetes.


Yogurt is a natural probiotic and a good source of healthy bacteria that keep your guts happy. One cup of yogurt gives you the daily recommended value of calcium, Zinc, Vitamin B12, Protein, Phosphorus, and Potassium.