5 Superfoods to Add to Your Diet
Lara Rondinelli-Hamilton RD,CDE
Are you trying to eat healthy at the start of the New Year? If so, make sure to include these Superfoods in your daily diet. These foods are referred to as superfoods because they contain high levels of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, or omega-3 fatty acids, which can help decrease cancer risk, improve heart health — they may even help improve blood sugar control (since many of these foods are low in carbohydrates, too).
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