10 foods to add to your
not only nutrient dense, but easy to adopt and stick to long term as well.
Authors found that ½ tbsp of extra virgin olive oil or more per day led to a decreased mortality risk.
Walnuts are a nutrient-dense addition on top of steel-cut oatmeal or used in pesto on top of bean-based pasta.
Beans and lentils provide plant-based protein in the diet and also contribute to the diet’s impressive fiber content.
Enjoy blueberries (fresh or frozen) as a nutrient-rich dessert, or alone as a snack.
Wild salmon consumption is encouraged as a healthier source of animal protein and omega 3 fatty acids.
Garlic can add abundant flavor to sauces and dressings in its fresh form.
Mushrooms are a type of fungi that have been associated with not only better gut health, but also a reduced risk of depression