Almonds provide healthful fats, vitamin E, and manganese. Magnesium and plant protein are abundant. Almonds make you feel "full." 

Avocados have antioxidant polyphenols. Antioxidants prevent cell damage. Make guacamole or avocado sandwiches or salads.

Cooked or raw, broccoli is excellent.Studies link eating cruciferous veggies, like broccoli, to a lower cancer risk.

Blueberries are polyphenol-rich. They may protect cancer and heart disease through antioxidant action. These plant-based compounds prevent and repair cell damage.

Carrots have antioxidant beta-carotene. Your body transforms it to healthy vitamin A.Carrots have lutein and zeaxanthin. Antioxidants may lessen cancer risk by protecting healthy body cells.

Navy beans, kidney beans, pinto beans, and black beans are high in plant protein, minerals, and vitamin K.

Kale has cancer-fighting glucosinolates. It contains lutein and zeaxanthin, which may reduce cataract and macular degeneration risk.

Oranges and juice are anti-inflammatory.Not just for breakfast. Oranges are an excellent snack and addition to dishes and salads.

Delicious, juicy, sweet strawberries. They're healthy, too! Low-calorie, high-fiber strawberries. They contain essential vitamins and minerals, including vitamin C.

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