Whole oats provide an abundance of soluble fiber called beta-glucan, which feeds healthy bacteria in the digestive tract to reduce obesity and disease.
Pronounced “keen-wah”, quinoa offers a complete plant-based protein with all nine essential amino acids to support muscle growth and fat loss.
Unlike white rice, nutritious brown rice retains its cholesterol lowering bran and fiber that together reduce the risk of heart disease and colon cancer.
Ditch the white bread and opt for whole wheat varieties to keep blood sugar stable, prevent overeating and provide extra gut-healthy fiber.
Creamy avocados mainly contain monounsaturated oleic fatty acids that protect against cancer, cognitive decline and depression.
A major component of the Mediterranean diet associated with longevity and reduced disease risk.
Olive oil provides anti-inflammatory antioxidants like polyphenols.
These crunchy nuts pack in fiber, protein and omega-3 fatty acids called ALA linked with advantages ranging from weight loss to decreased inflammation.