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12 Easy to Find Superfoods

Nonfat Ricotta, Peanut Butter, Wild Canned Salmon, Oatmeal, Cabbage, Canned Tomatoes, Whole-Wheat Pasta, Strawberries, Avacodos, Sweet Potatoes, Edamame (Soybeans) and unsweetened Cocoa. Need to work on sweet potatoes, cabbage and soybeans........

Last Update: 2012-10-10 13:36:42

12 Supermarket Superfoods

Non-fat Ricotta Cheese

High in calcium, made from whey protein. May help retain muscle.

Peanut Butter

30 essential vitamins and minerals, including niacin (B vitamin that boosts metabolism) healthy fats, fiber and resveratrol.

Wild Canned Salmon

3.5 oz can has 1,100 mg omega-3 fats. High in vitamin D (good for bones)

Oatmeal

Cholesterol-lowering fiber beta-glucan plus iron and 4 grams fiber per half-cup helps you stay full longer.

Cabbage

Loaded with compounds that may fight breast cancer. Also high in vitamin K (good for bone health)

Canned Tomatoes

Packed with vitamin C (helps produce collagen -- protein that helps skin and lycopene -- antioxidant protecting skin from sun exposure). The body absorbs lycopene better from cooked tomatoes.

Whole-Wheat Pasta

Three or more servings of whole grains per day could reduce risk of heart disease, stroke and type 2 diabetes.

Strawberries

High in vitamin C and antioxidants that help brain function. Two or more servings of strawberries a week may delay cognitive decline by two and an half years.

Avacoados

65% of avacodo fat is monounsaturated -- good for your heart. Consider swapping avacado for butter, cream cheese or mayo. Also a source of fiber and potassium.

Sweet Potatoes

More vitamin A and beta carotene than carrots. 4 oz. sweet poato contains 4 g fiber and you digest them more slowly than white potatoes.

Edamame

Soybeans. Good source of protein. One cup supplies all of the essential amino acids you need (daily?)

Cocoa

Unsweetened, cocoa contains flavanols, antioxidants that help lower blood pressure.

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