The 7 best superfoods to eat

research after research shows the many advantages of eating fish, especially omega-3-rich salmon. Healthy fats keep our minds and hearts healthy.

This creamy green fruit is nutrient-dense and a toast and chip favorite. Each avocado half has 5 grams of fiber, surprising for its green color. Smoothness comes from heart-healthy monounsaturated fat. 

Good things come in little packages. Both of these powerful seeds are high in ALA, a plant-based omega-3 fatty acid that fights inflammation. Lignans in flaxseeds are antioxidant and anti-cancer.

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One medium sweet potato offers 103 calories, 4 grams of fiber, and four times the beta-carotene daily recommendation. They include manganese, which stabilizes blood glucose, and 35% of your vitamin C.

You know blueberry skin's intense blue color? Because of anthocyanins, plant pigments in berries. Anthocyanins can counteract age-related cognitive deficits and lower heart disease risk, among other health advantages. 

This tasty drink has been beneficial for generations. Traditional medicine in Japan and China has utilized it for hundreds of years, and we're still learning about its advantages. Catechins, a polyphenol antioxidant, are abundant in golden-green tea and may protect the heart.

This legume may be used to create pasta and cookie dough. Chickpeas are rich in protein, fiber, potassium, and magnesium. Plant proteins vary, but this small yellow bean is a complete protein with all 9 necessary amino acids.

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