Avocados contain monounsaturated oleic acid, the best fat, and inhibit cholesterol absorption. They're high in potassium, folate, and lutein, which improves vision.
Betacyanin, the pigment in beets, fights illness. Fiber, beta-carotene, and folate in beets prevent birth defects, colon cancer, and osteoporosis.
Glucosinolate-rich horseradish inhibits cancer and microorganisms. It contains calcium, potassium, and vitamin C, which maintains collagen.
Sweet potatoes—orange or white—contain phytonutrients that improve immunity and heart and eye health. Beta-carotene and vitamin A are abundant in them.
Cabbage, cauliflower, and broccoli rabe contain potent disease fighters. Sulforaphane may boost colon and lung cancer-fighting enzymes.
Antioxidant-rich blueberries, fresh or frozen, reduce inflammation. Blueberries' anthocyanins may combat diabetes. New research suggests blueberries protect heart muscle.
Spinach, kale, and swiss chard are rich in iron, vitamin A, and lutein for eye health. Omega-3s, you know? They live in dark greens, especially seaweed.
leeks, onions, and garlic—are remarkable. Cholesterol and blood pressure drop. They inhibit prostate, stomach, and colon cancer cell growth. Antimicrobial properties resist vampires and germs.
Buckwheat and quinoa contain magnesium, B vitamins, fiber, and manganese, therefore avoid them. They're tasty nutty, buttery, earthy. Buckwheat is fuller than other grains.