The 10 Superfoods Everyone Should Try This Year

Are you looking for a simple way to make a significant impact on your health and well-being in 2019? Whether you're still learning the ropes or are already eating healthily, making small adjustments to your diet is a great trick.

Brazil nut

It may surprise you to learn that a single Brazil nut provides over 100% of your daily requirements for selenium, an underappreciated immune-boosting nutrient. 

Tinned fish

We believe that this wellness-culinary hybrid trend will endure because this staple is both reasonably priced and easily obtainable in addition to being wholesome and adaptable. 

Moringa

Presenting the "new matcha," which is devoid of caffeine. The plant known as moringa is most frequently found in powder form. It has a grassy taste and bright green color, and it shares a lot of the antioxidant power of matcha, or ground green tea leaves.

Cacao

This fruit is the source of your favorite chocolate bar, and because of its remarkable nutritional qualities and impressive sustainability, it's also one of Whole Foods' top food trends for 2024. 

Cranberrie

We believe that this fruit ought to be a regular part of our diets, not just on Thanksgiving. Cranberries are a great source of antioxidants and other plant compounds in addition to being low in sugar and packed with nutrients like vitamin C, potassium, and vitamin A. 

Kefir

You already know that eating yoghurt or savory fermented foods like kimchi isn't the only way to obtain probiotics, which are beneficial bacteria for your gut and general health.

Soy-based protein

Beyond the growth and maintenance of muscle mass, protein is a macronutrient that is necessary for cell production and repair in our bodies. Furthermore, not all sources of protein are created equal, even though protein is necessary in general. 

Microgreen

Give up pushing the garnish aside! Microgreens, which are extremely young and delicate leafy greens found in most vegetables, grains, and herbs, are frequently that delicate greenery. 

Global herbs and spice

Explore new and delicious healthy recipes by blending flavors from various cuisines. According to Valerie Agyeman, host of The Flourish Heights Podcast and registered dietitian, "many cultural seasonings are big on taste and benefits.

Buckwheat

Give this ancient grain a try to change up your entire grain repertoire. "Buckwheat contains a variety of flavonoids that can help lower blood cholesterol, which is beneficial for heart health.

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