Top 10 Superfoods For Brain Health, Weight Loss And More


Well friends, study after study points to the myriad benefits of eating fish, specifically ones that contain omega-3 fatty acids like salmon. 


That delicious green interior is surprisingly high in fiber, with 5 grams in each avocado half. 

Flax and chia seeds

The diminutive chia seed is also rich in fiber, gluten-free and a good source of protein. Additionally, chia seeds provide long-lasting energy and can help you stay hydrated.

Sweet potatoes

One medium sweet potato has just 103 calories, 4 grams of fiber and four times the daily recommended intake for beta-carotene. 


That’s thanks to the anthocyanins, a type of plant pigment, the berries contain. 

Green tea

It has been used in traditional medicine in both Japan and China for thousands of years and we continue to learn about its many benefits. 


Nutritionally, chickpeas are standouts for providing a basketful of benefits, including protein, fiber, potassium and magnesium

Dark, leafy greens

While kale may be the most popular leafy green, don’t sleep on spinach, arugula mustard greens or watercress. 


While kimchi isn’t a single ingredient, I’m including it on this list because it checks so many health boxes. 

It’s a rich source of gut-boosting probiotics, it contains the brain-boosting nutrient, choline, and it also provides immune-supporting benefits.


You can love it for its bone-building calcium and vitamin D, and its muscle supporting protein and potassium. 

And you can also be a fan of its tummy-taming probiotics. Together yogurt is one of those foods that I try to include daily to help cover my nutritional bases.

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