Believe it or not, these tiny pigment-rich powerhouses have some of the highest antioxidant capacities among all fruits, vegetables and seasonings. They are also an great source of vitamin C and fiber. Try them in our Bengali Breakfast Grains; a triple-threat made with heart-healthy bulgur and olive oil as well.
This tasty nut is chuck full of heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids. In fact, walnuts provide 94% of the recommended daily allowance in just a 1/4 cup! We suggest snacking on a handful or sprinkling over a crisp salad.
Lycopene is the pigment that gives juicy tomatoes their bright colors and our bodies the antioxidants and heart-supportive nutrients we need. Roast a panful and toss them into stews, soups, braises, on pizzas, in pastas...the list is endless.
Boasting more protein than any other grain, quinoa contains all eight essential amino acids. The so-called miracle grain is also notably balanced in its nutrients and it's a great source for circulatory-boostin magnesium.
Salmon is pure brain food, a fish that is universally praised for its unusually high omega-3 fatty acid content. Omega-3s' unique benefits include aiding both cardiovascular and cognitive health while promoting overall cell function.
Beta-carotene is king in these sweet spuds! Aside from giving them their trademark orange colored flesh, beta-carotene makes sweet potatoes an excellent source of vitamin A. This makes them good for your vision and immune system.