Healthy nutrition is important for everyone. Almost everyone knows what healthy foods are. There are even millions of people who can count which foods are good for what. But is it enough to know what healthy foods are? No way. Unless healthy foods are consumed correctly, it is not possible to achieve the desired benefits.

Here are 8 healthy foods that you know correctly but that you consume in the wrong way

Flax seeds

Flax seed contains fiber, omega-3, ligands and plant nutrients, which are valuable substances for the body. However, your body may not be able to digest all that you consume. Therefore, before consuming flaxseed must be consumed by crushing.


Never cook asparagus in the microwave. Because the nutrients are water soluble, this consumes the vitamin C content of the plant. An ideal way to cook asparagus stalks may be steaming or frying.


You shouldn’t consume tomatoes raw. You can take advantage of lycopene which protects against tumors and heart diseases.

Black tea

Black tea is one of the most consumed drinks, but be careful not to mix it with milk. Milk proteins hinder the cardiovascular benefits of tea as it makes it difficult to absorb tea nutrients.


Strawberries, like most red fruits, are rich in fiber, antioxidants and vitamin C. Such fruits should never be consumed by cutting. When strawberries are cut, they become sensitive to light and oxygen and easily lose their nutritional value.


Garlic contains allicin, an antitumor enzyme that increases its potency by exposure to air. After chopping the garlic, it should be left to rest for at least 10 minutes. This way, the benefits will be incredible.


Never spill the water accumulated on the yogurt! This water is called whey which contains protein and vitamin B12. Therefore, the sink should never be thrown. You can consume it by mixing it with water before consuming the yogurt.


You must consume the dried beans by waiting in the water 1 night before. Thus, it will be free from unnecessary substances.

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