9 Superfoods You Can Keep in the Freezer

1. Berries

Small but powerful foods like blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries are packed with antioxidants, which can protect cells from damage by free radicals

2. Salmon

Salmon has earned its distinction as a superfood because of its impressive protein and omega-3 fatty acid content. Omega-3 fatty acids are a type of healthy fat that your body doesn't make

3. Tuna

Tuna is  excellent source of protein, helps build muscle and keeps you full, and omega-3 fatty acids. Fresh tuna steaks will maintain peak quality in the freezer for about two to three months

4. Broccoli

Frozen broccoli to the rescue! This cruciferous green veggie is a superfood because it's an excellent source of satiating fiber, antioxidants, vitamin C, and vitamin K.

5. Brussels Sprouts

These cruciferous veggies are one of the healthiest foods you can eat. They're loaded with antioxidants, support gut health, can reduce your risk of developing type 2 diabetes

6. Kale

This superfood has been trending for years, and with good reason. It's packed with vitamins K, A, and 71 percent of your daily value of immune-boosting vitamin C.

7. Kimchi

you can totally stick kimchi in the freezer without sacrificing much flavor or texture. If the kimchi is store-bought and unopened, it can go in the freezer as is

8. Açaí

According To 2014 study, can protect your brain from damage as you age. Keep packets of frozen açaí berries  to make vibrant smoothie bowls for breakfast or liven up some plain Greek yogurt.

9. Avocado

freezing avocado is totally doable. In fact, a ripe avocado can be frozen mashed, puréed, or cut into chunks, and will stay fresh for about six months.

To minimize browning, just add a bit of lemon juice and store the avocado in an airtight storage container or vacuum-sealed bag. You can also find frozen avocado pieces at the supermarket.