Yogurt is a great way to get calcium, and it’s also rich in immune-boosting probiotics.
Egg yolks are home to tons of essential but hard-to-get nutrients, including choline, which is linked to lower rates of breast cancer.
Salmon is a rich source of vitamin D and one of the best sources of omega-3s fatty acids you can find.
Yes, milk does a body good: Studies show that calcium isn’t just a bone booster but a fat fighter too.
It’s hard to imagine a more perfect food than beans. One cooked cup can provide as much as 17 grams of fiber.
Lean beef is one of the best-absorbed sources of iron there is. (Too-little iron can cause anemia.)
Hazelnuts include arginine, which may reduce blood pressure, whereas walnuts provide omega-3s.
Tofu, soy milk, and edamame reduce saturated fat by replacing fatty meats and cheeses.
Fiber-rich oats are even healthier than the FDA thought when it first stamped them with a heart disease-reducing seal 10 years ago.
Flaxseed is the most potent plant source of omega-3 fatty acids.