Powerfoods for Better Health
Sneaky Ways to Eat More Superfoods
Sprinkle on Top
Start your day with a heart-healthy punch. Top cold cereal with 1 tablespoon omega-3–rich flaxseed for a filling boost of protein and fiber. Or sprinkle cinnamon into your oatmeal, yogurt, cottage cheese, or coffee. Studies show that the spice can help control blood sugar and reduce triglycerides and LDL cholesterol. At lunch, pop a sheet of nori seaweed into the coffee grinder and use the resulting powder as a salt substitute on soups and salads. The sushi staple is a great source of calcium and loaded with potassium, which is essential for maintaining healthy blood pressure.