Benefit: weight loss
When it comes to breakfast, you can’t beat eggs. (That was too easy, wasn’t it?) Seriously, at a cost of only 72 calories, each large egg holds 6.3 grams of high-quality protein and a powerhouse load of vital nutrients.
(Great! i like eggs actually. and it serve as a good DIY facial mask too!)
Benefit: longer life span
Literally hundreds of studies have been carried out documenting the health benefits of catechins, the group of antioxidants concentrated in the leaves of tea plants.
Benefit: Cardiovascular strengthening
Allicin, an antibacterial and antifungal compound, is the steam engine pushing forward garlic’s myriad health benefits. The chemical is produced by the garlic plant as a defense against pests, but inside your body, it fights cancer, strengthens your cardiovascular system, decreases fat storage, and fights acne inflammation. Be sure not to overcook it, as too much heat will render the compound completely useless (and your food totally bitter).
Benefit: weight loss
Those who ate the grapefruit also exhibited a decrease in insulin levels, indicating that their bodies had improved their ability to metabolize sugar
Benefit: feeling fuller for longer
If it’s dessert you want, go with regular yogurt; but if it’s protein, go Greek
Benefit: reduced risk of heart disease
Numerous studies have shown that monounsaturated fats both improve you cholesterol profile and decrease the amount of triglycerides (more fats) floating around in your blood. This can lower your risk of stroke and heart disease
Benefit: improved immune function
All peppers are loaded with antioxidants, but none so much as the brightly colored reds, yellows, and oranges. The range of benefits provided by these colorful pigments include improved immune function, better communication between cells, protection against sun damage, and a diminished risk of several types of cancer
Benefit: improved memory
Before you go out to eat, grab a handful of almonds; it could help keep your hunger at bay.
source taken from here