Power pack your quarantine diet with superfoods

5 superfoods to keep you alert and active during self isolation

August 4, 2020
Coronavirus Pandemic
Healthy Food
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2020 was supposed to be the year we finally took our fitness resolutions seriously. But with 3 months into quarantine, we are as sedentary as ever.

Eating healthy is a favor we will be doing ourselves now more than ever before.  The food you eat plays a huge role in the way you feel throughout the day. You must have noticed that a huge meal of saturated fat makes you sluggish, but so does a breakfast of a tiny bagel. Eating the right amount of nourishing food is key in building the body's natural defense. The best way to pack nutrients in your diet is to add superfoods, or nutrient dense multi-tasker foods that not just nourish you, but fight against cardiovascular disease, slow cellular damage and boost your immunity. Check out some easy to incorporate superfoods to add to your day during self isolation to feel strong and alert today!


Yogurt is an easy to digest fermented product made from milk. Other than being a storehouse of nutrients like calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, Vitamin B12, yogurt is a natural digestive health and immunity booster. Packed with probiotics, or the good bacteria that aids in gut health, yogurt has been used since time immemorial to help with bloating, stomach pain and even heat strokes. Eat yogurt with a salad, with fruits or simply relish flavored yogurt for a quick dose of nourishment and hydration.

Greens, no bar

Broccoli, celery, kale, spinach, cilantro- greens are a bountiful dose of vitamins and minerals, along rich antioxidants that fight cancer, muscular degeneration, and keep slow ageing by protecting our skin from UV damage. Green vegetables are nature's cleansers, they give a much needed detox from the toxins of our diet and environment and the heavy metals that cause serious health problems for humans. Making greens a part of your daily diet in the form of smoothies, salads, or toppings in tacos and sandwiches is a great way to start eating healthier.


Eggs keep your eyes healthy, and that's something we all need as we spend endless hours looking at screens for work, entertainment, or just to stay sane.  One egg had about 60 calories and 6gms of protein, a dense food in such a small size!

Nuts and seeds

The healthiest fats that occur in nature are found in nuts and seeds- the starting point of life. Nuts and seeds and fill with enriching nutrients and magnesium aiding in heart health. Omega 3 fatty acids, the healthy fats that keep your brain young and sharp are also found densely in nuts and seeds. Nuts are also a good source of protein and fiber.

Peanut Butter

Often confused to be a junk food topping, unsweetened peanut butter is a creamy delight packed with healthy monounsaturated fats that are good for the heart, along with the goodness of protein and potassium that lower the risk of blood pressure and diabetes. If you're allergic to peanuts, try other nut butter options like almond butter or cashew butter and enjoy their rich flavor in easy meals.

Starting small adds up to show great results in the future. We are simply an accumulation of our habits. This self isolation period and remote working gives up the opportunity to start eating healthier, analyse our habits and make a commitment to become better. Stay nourished, and head to www.eventyoda.com for more ideas to effortlessly self-improve during quarantine.

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