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Dark chocolate with raspberries
Dark chocolate is known for having a host of health benefits. Pair it with raspberries and you’re not only satisfying your sweet tooth but you’ll also keep your heart smiling since the pairing boosts the antioxidant potency of chocolate.
Edamame and Miso Soup
Edamame or soybeans contain prebiotics which is essential in the production of good bacteria. Drowning it in fermented foods like Miso soup not only gives the beans its tang but also works to fight gastrointestinal infections and improve digestion.
Spinach and avocados
Spinach is packed with lutein and vitamin A, which helps in protecting your eyes from diseases. By adding avocado not only are you adding more lutein and vitamin A to the protective mix but you are also providing the healthy fats which your body needs to absorb the nutrients.
Greek yogurt, chocolate, walnut, and wild blueberry parfait
With the calcium and prebiotics from yogurt and brain nutrients from walnuts and wild blueberries, it’s no wonder this sweet cup of heaven would not only tickle your tastebuds, but nourish your body from head to toe, inside and out.
Green tea with lemon
Squeezing a lemon into green tea creates five times more catechin, a heart-healthy antioxidant, for your body to use.