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6 Superfoods You Should Be Eating Now
With so many healthy options out there, it’s hard to determine what you should be eating to get the most out of your measl. Filling you up with a lot of vitamins and nutrients and also keeping you full until the next meal can be a challenge. Here are just 6 of some superfoods out there that you should be buying and eating right now.
Salmon. Whether you bake It, pan saute it, or grill it, salmon is packed with omega-3 fatty acids that are essential for your everyday diet. The seasonings are endless, but simple salt and pepper and a squeeze of fresh lemon juice or a sprinkle of dry dill seed makes a great meal.
Broccoli. Fresh or frozen, this superfood is just that…super! Vitamins K, C, and lots of B make broccoli an awesome side dish or it’s also perfect raw on a fresh summer salad.
Tomatoes. With tons of vitamins such as Vitamin C, E, and biotin to name a few, tomatoes whether fresh or canned makes them not only a superfood, but they can be used in so many recipes.
Natural oats. Low in cholesterol and high in fiber and protein, natural rolled oats are great to add to your diet. Make a homemade batch of oatmeal and add nuts, raisins, honey, and sprinkle of cinnamon for a healthy breakfast or snack.
Kale. Kale is the new spinach. Sauteed or tossed in salads, it is loaded with vitamins and dietary fiber. Kale is a must try leafy green so try baking the leaves to make a crispy kale chip snack.
Blueberries. Super high in antioxidants, eating blueberries in everything from oatmeal, fruit salads, and in everyday cereals can help reduce age related conditions. Their natural sweetness is an added bonus when served with low fat ice cream or frozen yogurt.