So many different types of sugars claim to be better for you than table sugar when most are not. Here are the cryptic names for sugar on food labels.
The traditional food of Central and South American cultures is popping up all over. But is chia a SuperFood? Dr. Mcilvena breaks down the science.
Ever wonder how peanut butter stacks up to other nut butters? This nut butter comparison will let you know!
Dark chocolate benefits include heart health. Don’t eat as much as youcan, however. Keep caloric intake of this SuperFood to 100 calories.
Pumpkin is powerful. In fact, it’s one of the most nutritious, high-fiber fruits you can find. See why this golden gourd is more than just a decoration.
Walnuts are the headlining nut of Superfoods because walnuts benefits are the most impressive, with almonds and pistachios following close behind.
With more antioxidant power than lots of vitamin E and vitamin C, blueberries benefits lie in their incredibly high levels of phytonutrients.
Think of any body function and it’s likely that manganese has a hand in the production. Find out more with our Manganese Facts sheet.
Broccoli is one of the most nutrient-dense foods that prevents and fights cancer while boosting the immune system and cardiovascular health.
Apples are a source of antioxidants, fiber, potassium and vitamin C. Eating apples is linked with a reduction in heart disease, prevention in lung cancer and improved lung capacity.