Cooking with these power foods makes healthy dinner recipes even healthier.
Berries are packed with antioxidants to help promote brain and heart health. When berries are out of season, reach for frozen berries to put in your salads, smoothies, yogurt, even sandwiches.
Spinach is an excellent source of vitamins A, E, K, and C, manganese, folate, magnesium, iron, copper, vitamins B2, B6, and potassium. In other words, it's pretty good for you. Eat it raw in salads or toss a handful into soups and pastas just before serving.
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These are cauliflower, broccoli, brussels sprouts, kale, cabbage, and kohlrabi. During the cold season, we especially like them for their vitamin C to support a healthy immune system.
Citrus fruits such as, lemons, limes, oranges, and grapefruits are full of potassium to help maintain a healthy blood pressure.
High in protein, eggs are also full of choline which helps with brain function.
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Ever wonder what gives Greek yogurt its sour flavor? Well, its packed with healthy bacteria that makes the milk in the yogurt ferment. These good bacteria are important for a healthy gut.
Full of good fats, fiber, and vitamin E, eating a small amount of nuts can play a role in keeping your heart in tip-top shape.
It's true. They're good for your heart. And because they're high in fiber, they're also good for helping to reduce cholesterol. It doesn't hurt that they're cheap, either.
This fish is full of omega-3 fatty acids to help support brain and heart health.
Meat is a great way to get zinc, which supports a healthy immune system and iron, which helps carry oxygen to cells. Choose lean cuts because they have less saturated fat.