Superfoods for a healthy diet

No single food—not even a superfood—can provide all the nutrition, health benefits, and energy we require

 The 2015–2020 US Dietary Guidelines advise "combining healthy choices from across all food groups — while paying attention to calorie limits."

Healthy diets have been demonstrated to lower the risk of high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, and some malignancies.

Plant-based diets like the DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) and Mediterranean diet have been shown to reduce chronic disease.

However, some meals deserve extra attention. The nutrients in these "superfoods" can boost your meals and snacks and improve your diet.

Berries. Berry fiber makes them delicious, and their vivid hues indicate antioxidants and disease-fighting minerals.


How to include: When berries are out of season, frozen ones are just as healthful. Add to yogurt, cereals, smoothies, or munch plain.


 As a snack, you may eat it alone or add it to things like yogurt, cereal, and smoothies.


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