In a guest article for the blog, “A Beautiful Whim,” Ara Suppiah, MD encouraged readers to consciously focus on a healthy body as their lives resume some sort of normalcy. “That’s the first step in your new life,” he wrote. Suppiah also offered advice on getting better sleep, exercising more and eating right despite the pandemic’s impact on routines. 

The staple superfoods he suggested were eggs, avocados, berries, broccoli and Malaysian palm oil. “We want healthy fats such as butter, palm oil and olive oil. Palm  oil is cholesterol-neutral and is nature’s richest source of vitamin E tocotrienols, which help in maintaining brain and liver health. Malaysian palm oil is certified as sustainably produced. It can be found in specialty grocery stores and online,” he wrote. 

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