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Super Foods to Eat for the Health of Vital Organs

Being truly healthy simply means providing your body with everything it needs to function. Every organ in the human body needs specific nutrients to improve its functions and prevent disorders pertaining to them.

Here are few foods that will provide you the required nutrients–

  1. Brain
  • Enrich your meals with foods rich in Omega-3 fatty acids like walnuts, chia seeds and sardines.
  • Leafy greens like Broccoli, Cauliflower and Spinach are recommended.
  • Plums, cherries, avocadoes, berries, oranges and red grapes are high in ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorption Capacity) that is good for brain health.
  1. Heart
  • Foods such as whole grains, leafy greens like spinach, berries, fishes rich in Omega-3 fatty acids, walnuts, almonds, tomatoes and seeds like flaxseeds and chia seeds are highly recommended.
  • Fruits like banana, orange, papaya and cantaloupe that are rich in potassium, beta-carotene and magnesium are beneficial for heart health.
  • Having Beans that is high in fiber and heart-healthy minerals like calcium, magnesium and potassium is recommended.
  • Full of heart-friendly nutrients including Vitamin B folate, Asparagus is extremely good for hearth health.
  1. Liver
  • Sulphur-containing foods like onions and garlic along with beetroot carrot, grapefruit, lemons and spinach is good for liver health.
  • A recommended liver care ritual is to drink warm water mixed with lemon juice upon waking up in the morning to filter the unwanted toxins and to enhance the liver functions.
  1. Lungs
  • Adding foods like apples, walnuts, berries, broccoli, ginger, flaxseeds, garlic and turmeric in diet ensures healthy lungs.
  • Drinking adequate amount of water is also necessary to keep the lungs hydrated as dry lungs are at an increased risk of irritation and inflammation.
  1. Kidney
  • Stay away from processed foods.
  • Have foods like cabbage, apples, asparagus, garlic, berries etc.
  • Drink sufficient amount of water.
  1. Teeth and Bones
  • Low-fat milk, cheese, yogurt, almonds, spinach and soybeans are good sources of dietary calcium.
  • Fish and eggs are good in Vitamin D that is necessary for proper calcium absorption.
  1. Hair
  • Vitamin B from leafy greens, peas, tomatoes and carrots support cell growth for healthy hair.
  • Beans and Pumpkin Seeds are packed with Zinc that helps in reducing hair loss.
  • Cottage Cheese is a great source of protein that is an absolute necessity for healthy hair.
  1. Skin
  • Green leafy vegetables like Spinach and broccoli contain alpha-lipoic acid that helps in disease-free and healthy skin.
  • All colourful fruits and vegetables have multitude of Vitamins C, E, K and A that is essential for skin health.
  • Walnuts have Omega-3 Fatty acids that is extremely good for skin health.


Dr. Sandeep Krishna is the fourth generation descendant of the Chingoli family, Beyond his bachelor’s degree in Ayurvedic Medicine (BAMS),he has finished his post-graduation specialized in Panchakarma.

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