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10 Simple Foods for Better Health

Get to know about 10 foods you probably already know of and what they can do for you and your health routine.

Popeye ate spinach to make his muscles big.  Mario ate mushrooms to grow.  The Ninja Turtles ate pizza because they rocked and Bugs always had a carrot in hand.  The food we eat impacts us much more than our favorite cartoons and video game characters have led us to believe over the years.  Here's the skinny on the top ten best, simple foods that you should be snacking on regularly for good health:

  1. Walnuts -- Seven walnut halves will provide you with your daily dose of alpha-linolenic acid, the same omega-3 fatty acid that's in flax oil.
  2. Brussels Sprouts -- They have more compounds that fight cancer and detoxify the body than any other vegetable.
  3. Spinach -- A green food that provides you with plenty of vitamin K, a vitamin that helps prevent blood clots and strengthen bones.
  4. Strawberries -- They contain plenty of phytochemicals that help stop cervical and colon cancer.
  5. Peanut Butter -- It contains arginine, which is good for keeping the blood vessels healthy, improving overall circulation and helping deliver nutrients to cells.
  6. Oysters -- They help boost your immune system with twice the RDA of zinc and selenium in about six oysters.
  7. Salmon -- Salmon contains a full days worth of omega-3’s in just 3 oz.
  8. Blueberries -- Blueberries help protect your brain from inflammation and promote optimal communication between cells.
  9. Bran Flakes -- They help reduce inflammation in the heart and reduce belly fat.
  10. Sunflower Seeds -- A half cup of sunflower seeds contains the RDA of vitamin E and is great for your heart.
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