6 Superfoods You Should Be Eating!

Eating the same old, same old everyday? Here are 6 superfoods that are often neglected however must be on your grocery list. Not just do they taste delicious, they pack a serious dietary punch and can help you slim down too.

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EscaroleEscarole

Sounds elegant, doesn’t it? Well, it might’ve a fancy name, however there’s a great deal of ‘compound’ behind the mindset of this green. Escarole is a member of the chicory household – related to radicchio, frisee (another fancy name!) and endive. It’s a little on the bitter side, so I advise sautéing it or utilizing it in soups, stews and sauces. If you attempt it, you’ll be happy you did! 1 cup of escarole has simply 10 calories, however it’s rich in folate and vitamin K. For a delicious escarole saute, absolutely try this!

Red Lentils and Lentil HummusLentils

Think you cannot consume healthy on a spending plan? You can if you add lentils to your diet plan. Not just are lentils cost-effective, they’re packed with protein, fiber, potassium, iron and B vitamins. I priced a 16-oz. bag of lentils at my community grocery store (in Miami) and it was simply 99 cents! Lentils are ideal on their own, or if you want to ‘stretch’ a meat dish a minor more. And naturally they make a remarkable soup. Today is one of my favorite lentil dishes from Alton Brown.

Raw Kale SaladKale

Do something great for your wellness today and cook up some kale! This low-calorie green provides an outstanding source of both vitamins A (as beta-carotene) and C, along with a decent quantity of fiber. Kale also delivers vitamin B6, which helps keep healthy stressed and immune systems, along with iron and calcium. You can saute kale (in a little olive oil) as you’d spinach. But my all-time favored way to enjoy this very veggie is as a garlic roasted side dish.

Acorn SquashAcorn Squash

Easy to prepare, rich flavor, packed with fiber, magnesium, potassium, as well as B vitamins and vitamin C. what’s not to like about acorn squash! Plus when you slice it in half, you can share all of its greatness with a friend. I like to have roasted acorn squash – just piece, get rid of the seeds, brush with olive oil and season and bake. You cannot go wrong.

Roasted Red and Golden BeetsBeets

Do you’ve beets on the brain? Most likely not. But you ought to because they’re a delicious dietary powerhouse. Low in calories and high in folate and antioxidants, beets are an excellent way to boost nutrition and taste at the exact same time. Beets have an earthy taste like not one other vegetable plus they’re super versatile (and inexpensive). Use them in soups, salads, dressings, or roast them up for a tasty side meal. One of my preferred ways to eat beets: this Beet, Citrus, and Avocado Salad.