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Newsletter: Superfoods, May 2016

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Super Foods

Try some of these "Superfoods" to have the energy to power through the rest of the semester!

" Superfoods" is not a regulated term, but these foods are nutrient-dense, meaning that they have high levels of nutrients per calorie. Consuming these foods are said to be especially beneficial for health and wellbeing!

Olive Oil Olive Oil
(Has manounsaturated fat, Lowers bad cholesterol, Reduces risk of heart disease)

Spinach Spinach
(Rich in Iron, Has vitamins A & K, Protects against heart disease)

Berries Berries
(Antioxidants and anti-inflammatory, Vitamin C, Fiber)

Yogurt Yogurt
(Probiotics, Protein, Calcium, Boots digestive system)

Eggs Eggs
(Magnesium, Calcium, Vitamins A, D, B6 & B12, Keep the yolk!

Beans Beans
(High in Protein, Lowers cholesterol, Contains insoluble fiber that fills you up!

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