Watermelon: Viatmins A and C
Tomatoes: Lycopene (and antioxidant)
Corn: Also has antioxidants
Garlic: Contains B6
Beans: Protein, obvi.
I Try Not to Look at My Phone (When Possible): I was out to lunch with a friend this summer and, upon trying to think of the name of a restaurant she had been to, pulled out my phone for research only to hear her say, "no, I can think of the name." Her rationale was that people look at their phones too much for information that can often be recalled from memory. Indeed, I remember reading in National Geographic that the age of memory is long behind us. While the agricultural revolution brought many advancements, it still couldn't develop a television post-haste and so, there were people who memorized the Iliad or Beowulf and recited them for the entertainment of others. Today, however, with a lot of memory stored in our phones, we are free to use our energy for other means. However, for me, relying less on my phone has led to a few "advancements" in my own life.
I have to talk to people: That's right, it sounds terrifying but it can be done. They say that as our technology increases at a faster rate, our conversational skills have been shown to decline. Mine have never been great but relying less on my phone makes me text a friend to see when the local farmer's market is. It make me ask my grandma for a recipe instead of looking it up online and/or it makes me talk to the person I'm grabbing lunch with. Beyond that, I generally avoid people at all costs.
It helps with my memory: See above.
It makes me more productive: As stated above, an author once wrote that despite the ability to get more done with technology, the less we are shown accomplish. Of course, it's all in how you use the technology given to you but, for me, the second I don't want to make a decision, I take to Facebook or Instagram or the Internets. Needless to say, I don't always use technology to my advantage. But as I've been using it less for both information and entertainment, I'm forced to bite the bullet and accomplish the things I would rather put off. And after I do, I of course go back to checking Facebook.
So there you have it, a few ways to reduce the use of technology but feel better in the process. And, to some extent, cultures such as the Amish have been shown to have lower rates of cancer and other diseases. So, who knows. Try it, you'll like it.