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    What are the most nutrient-dense fruits and vegetables for women?

    What are the most nutrient-dense fruits and vegetables for women?
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    The most nutrient dense FOOD is liver. Beef liver, chicken liver, goose liver, whichever. Very high in iron, b12, folate, vitamin A.

    For vegetables I recommend cruciferous vegetables like cabbage (or sauerkraut if you have gut problems.)
    For fruit I like blueberries, they are good for the brain and have a low glycemic index.
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    For your greens, you can't go wrong with spinach and kale - they're just packed with iron and calcium which are fantastic for muscle function and bone health. Throw in some berries like strawberries or blueberries too, they are high in antioxidants which can really help in reducing muscle soreness after a strenuous workout session.

    Don't overlook the humble banana; it's a powerhouse providing you energy and helping to prevent those nasty muscle cramps with its high potassium content. Sweet potatoes are a great choice for carbs that release energy slowly during your workouts and aid in recovery.

    On the protein front, gotta give a shoutout to the classics - chicken breast and lean beef; super high in protein, and they bring in a bunch of other vital nutrients like iron and B vitamins. Eggs and Greek yogurt are fantastic options too, offering high-quality proteins and a range of vitamins and minerals.
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    Originally Posted by SailorSerena View Post
    The most nutrient dense FOOD is liver. Beef liver, chicken liver, goose liver, whichever. Very high in iron, b12, folate, vitamin A.

    For vegetables I recommend cruciferous vegetables like cabbage (or sauerkraut if you have gut problems.)
    For fruit I like blueberries, they are good for the brain and have a low glycemic index.
    This. I eat a ton of Sauerkraut. It will make you poop but that is better than it being stuck inside of you. Germans eat sausage and beer everyday but it was proved that the sauerkraut kept them healthy for so long. I love it. Any type of cabbage along with probiotics will cure you
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    Originally Posted by nzafarmand View Post
    For your greens, you can't go wrong with spinach and kale - they're just packed with iron and calcium which are fantastic for muscle function and bone health. Throw in some berries like strawberries or blueberries too, they are high in antioxidants which can really help in reducing muscle soreness after a strenuous workout session.

    Don't overlook the humble banana; it's a powerhouse providing you energy and helping to prevent those nasty muscle cramps with its high potassium content. Sweet potatoes are a great choice for carbs that release energy slowly during your workouts and aid in recovery.

    On the protein front, gotta give a shoutout to the classics - chicken breast and lean beef; super high in protein, and they bring in a bunch of other vital nutrients like iron and B vitamins. Eggs and Greek yogurt are fantastic options too, offering high-quality proteins and a range of vitamins and minerals.
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    Originally Posted by nzafarmand View Post
    For your greens, you can't go wrong with spinach and kale - they're just packed with iron and calcium which are fantastic for muscle function and bone health. Throw in some berries like strawberries or blueberries too, they are high in antioxidants which can really help in reducing muscle soreness after a strenuous workout session.

    Don't overlook the humble banana; it's a powerhouse providing you energy and helping to prevent those nasty muscle cramps with its high potassium content. Sweet potatoes are a great choice for carbs that release energy slowly during your workouts and aid in recovery.

    On the protein front, gotta give a shoutout to the classics - chicken breast and lean beef; super high in protein, and they bring in a bunch of other vital nutrients like iron and B vitamins. Eggs and Greek yogurt are fantastic options too, offering high-quality proteins and a range of vitamins and minerals.


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