Foods to Look and Feel Better

Salmon's omega-3s help reduce inflammation, lower your risk of heart disease, and help prevent against neurological issues as you age

Salmon

Germany have linked to lower rates of Alzheimer's disease, apricots are also a great way to load your diet with vitamin C

Apricots

Raspberries have a low glycemic index, meaning they're a healthy  sweet tooth without risking a major blood sugar spike or triggering fat storage

Raspberries

 Spinach extract were 95 percent less likely to eat for pleasure, instead of hunger cues, and they increased their weight loss by 43 percent

Spinach

When not burned off, lamb in particular is loaded with conjugated linoleic acid, which can help keep muscles from atrophying

Lamb

A little sesame-crusted tuna here, some seeds on your salad there, and you've got a surefire solution to your body woes

Sesame Seeds

Breakfast really is the most important meal of the day, and it's easier than ever to enjoy its benefits when eggs are on the menu

Eggs

Collard greens are a great way to mix up your meal plan while still enjoying all the health benefits that come along with eating your greens

Collard Greens

Kiwis are packed with beta-carotene, which researchers at M√ľnster University Hospital have found effective at protecting against sun damage

Kiwi

In addition to being a filling, low-calorie addition to any diet, asparagus is a good source of prebiotic fiber inulin, which can  balance of bacteria in your gut

Asparagus

Red grapes are a healthy way to satisfy your sweet tooth and are loaded with resveratrol, an antioxidant pigment linked to reductions in belly fat

Grapes

Sprinkling some turmeric on your favorite dish or sneaking some into a smoothie can help you enjoy better health both outside and in

Turmeric

A bowl of butternut squash soup when the temperature starts to dip? Maybe the health benefits you'll enjoy along with that comforting flavor

Butternut Squash

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