Cruciferous vegetables include broccoli, cabbage, kale, Brussels sprouts, arugula, and cauliflower. The Cleveland Health Clinic says the depth of a vegetable's color indicates its nutritional density.
“The deeper the color, the more nutrients a green or fruit or vegetable has. Registered nutritionist Amber Sommer told the Cleveland Health Clinic that spinach has more vitamins and minerals than iceberg lettuce.
“Olive oil consumption was also linked to lower cardiovascular, cancer, neurodegenerative, and lung disease mortality.
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The Harvard Health research found that replacing butter, margarine, or mayonnaise with olive oil reduced mortality rates by 34%
Berries are one of the healthiest foods. “On average, people who eat more berries seem to live a little bit longer,” said Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health epidemiology and nutrition professor Eric Rimm.
According to the Mayo Clinic, eating nuts regularly improves arterial health, reduces blood clot risk, lowers high blood pressure risk, lowers heart disease mortality risk, and lowers cholesterol.
Healthline says beans and legumes are rich in fiber, minerals, vitamins, and plant-based protein.
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