Some Superfoods Worth Fitting In Your Diet

The term “superfoods” might set some alarm bells ringing for some of you. There’s no such as the one single food you should have in your diet to help you meet all of your dietary needs. There are, however, some foods that are particularly dense with multiple vitamins or minerals, as well as those that have a healthy stock of those that you might otherwise lack. Here, we’re going to look at a few of those choices really worthy of being called superfoods.


The millennial and gen Z love for avocados is not just a meme. Aside from being incredibly versatile, able to fit in all meals, from salads to toast, avocados are extremely good for you. This is thanks to the heart-healthy polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fat. Avocados also have a lot of magnesium in them, which is great for managing both your blood sugars and blood pressure, helping to prevent chronic illness.

Oily fish

The name might not sound the most appetizing, but as well as being a great source of whole proteins and omega-3 fatty acids, fish like salmon can taste delicious when prepared well. One way to do that is to learn about making your own ikura. Also known as salmon caviar, this delicacy contains a lot of the same benefits, as well as having a lot of vitamin A and is really low in calories.


Looking to keep your sugars low but to make sure there’s still some sweetness in your life? Berries aren’t exactly sugar-free, but they can help you meet your recommended daily amount, while also bringing a wide range of vitamins, minerals, and fiber, Berries are also famous antioxidants, which can lower the chances of heart disease, cancer, and a host of other conditions while keeping your body, including your skin and organs, younger for longer.

Dark leafy greens

If you’re ever wondering what the healthiest foods you can fit in a salad are, then you should look no further than spinach, kale, or collard greens. These can fit in salads, as sides for your main dinner dish, and you can even have them on toast for breakfast. Packed with vitamins A, C, and calcium, these can be especially good for women who tend to be prone to calcium deficiencies as they get older.


If you’re looking for vegetarian sources of those whole animal proteins that are so vital to your diet, then eggs are where you should be looking. With only 70 calories to an egg, they’re filling but not super heavy. What’s more, the yolks are also full of antioxidants, specifically those that can help reduce your risk of age-related vision loss. Of course, there are a thousand ways to cook an egg, too, so they can be hard to get bored off.

Whatever your health goals are, your diet is going to play a major factor in helping you reach them. Hopefully, the above information gives you some idea of what you can add to it for the benefit of your whole body.

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