There’s healthy food, and there’s SUPER healthy food. We know that it’s important to cut out unhealthy foods from our diets, but recent research shows that it’s even MORE important to incorporate healthy foods into our diets. Check out this Top 10 Healthiest Foods list before you make your next grocery list!
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This super food contains antioxidants, proteins, and vitamins A and C. Throw it into a salad, pasta, or anywhere where you might normally use lettuce (think sandwiches and wraps, tacos, and more). It IS a member of the dirty dozen, though, so make sure you’re buying organic spinach!
Proven to prevent breast, lung, and prostate cancer, this cruciferous veggie also packs in Vitamin C and fights the storage of new fat. Add it to salads, cook it in soup, or roast it with other veggies as a side dish!
Packed with polyphenols, most berries have the power to fight fat and they all come with a huge dose of antioxidants! Easy to add to breakfast dishes, smoothies, and snacks, berries are a great way to boost your diet’s nutrient profile!
Make sure your salmon is wild (Atlantic salmon is NOT wild) because farmed salmon is actually terrible for you! Wild salmon, though, has a great dose of healthy fats that will help your body burn fat more efficiently!
They’re fairly cheap and have the perfect amino acid profile, so eggs should definitely be in your diet. They’re a great source of protein and choline! Add them to salads or sandwiches, make omelettes, and hard boil them for a quick snack!
Guess what? One cup of lentils gets you the protein equivalent of 3 whole eggs, but with only a single gram of fat! They’re also high in fiber, meaning you’ll stay fuller for longer after eating them!
Loaded with antioxidants that can help fight off osteoporosis, cancer, and brain deterioration, Extra Virgin Olive Oil can also boost serotonin levels in the blood, which can help you feel fuller after eating!
This humble spice has been shown to help combat brain disease and fight inflammation. Whether you try it in golden milk, a curry, or a stirfry, make sure you’re including this super food in your diet!
Working on a heart-healthy diet? You need to eat onions! They help to regulate glucose levels and burn fat, and they’re easy to throw into just about everything!
With almost 8 times the amount of protein of spinach, and with an entire day’s worth of Vitamin C, a cup of English peas is a simple superfood to incorporate into your salads or eat as a side dish!
What other super foods do you like to incorporate into your diet?
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