12 Foods Nutrition Eating Every Day

Olives aren't just for martinis! "Olives are a rich source of vitamins A and E, both of which protect the oils on the surface of your skin from free radical damage,"


Bring on the cukes! "Cucumber is a delicious and light way to hydrate the body and replenish its daily vitamins. In fact, cucumber holds the most water by weight of any solid food 


"Although chia seeds are tiny, they pack the most omega-3 fatty acids (which are proven to reduce risk factors for heart disease) and fiber compared to any other food by weight,

Chia Seeds

"Jackfruit is the wellness world's next big thing," says Hayim. "Vegan restaurants caught on early with the creation of jackfruit tacos, using the meaty consistency


Even nutritionists are avo-crazy! "I am a huge fan of these fruits. They're packed with vitamin C to help boost your immune system and healthy fats, which are an essential part of your diet,


"Greek yogurt provides probiotics, protein, and calcium. Probiotics are healthy bacteria that live in your digestive tract. It's the balance of good and bad bacteria that help health

Greek Yogurt

"Swiss chard is one of the healthiest leafy greens around," says Kotsopoulos. "It helps to boost cardiovascular strength and keeps bones healthy. 

Swiss Chard

"Pestos are a delicious blend of phytonutrient-packed green herbs, olive oil, a bit of high-flavor cheese, and in this case, walnuts for their distinct taste

Walnut Pesto

Apple cider vinegar aids in preserving a healthy alkaline pH level, which helps prevent fatigue, inflammation, weight problems,

Apple Cider Vinegar

There's good reason watermelon is one of the common foods nutritionists eat. Want a perfect complexion? Get sipping.


Superfood-crusted turnip fries, anyone? Grab some amaranth and get ready for your taste buds and waistline to be delighted.


"One of the best-known digestive aids, ginger contains the active compound gingerol, which has been shown to help indigestion, nausea, and vomiting,


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