The Top 30 Superfoods

What are The Top 30 Superfoods, as defined by their nutrient richness or nutrient density? Well, as Dr Fuhrman outlines them on the ANDI Aggregate Nutrient Density Index, here they are.

Notice the amount of green vegetables and colored non-starchy vegetables and fruit, the ideal foods to optimize the way you eat. Also beans and seeds, which are also essential to rounding out how you eat. You want to eat in a balanced nutrient rich way which includes an array of these raw and cooked superfoods.

Green vegetables are the foundation of any healthy diet, period; because they are the most nutrient rich foods around and there are more meals and menus that can be made from greens, fruits, beans, nuts and seeds than you can ever imagine. Start incorporating thee top 30 superfoods in your the way you eat.

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About John Allen Mollenhauer

John Allen Mollenhauer (JAM) is a lifestyle entrepreneur, the founder of Nutrient Rich®, and a Nutrition Education Trainer (NET). His mission is to create natural, organic products for people who don't want to compromise their nutrition when they can't sit down for a local, plant- based, nutrient-rich meal, and help people understand why eating micronutrient rich foods are the key to healthy eating.

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  1. Mark Alan Effinger
    Great quick reference chart (thanks to John Allen Mollenhauer): Top 30 Superfoods: http://www.nutrientrich.com/joel-fuhrman-md/the-top-30-superfoods.html

    Which, of course, leads to this TED talk regarding Eating (superfoods) to Starve Cancer: http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/eng/william_li.html

    Perfect Sunday afternoon TV watching while eating Bok Choy and Brussels Sprouts

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    William Li: Can we eat to starve cancer? | Video on TED.com
    http://www.ted.com
    TED Talks William Li presents a new way to think about treating cancer and other diseases: anti-angiogenesis, preventing the growth of blood vessels that feed a tumor. The crucial first (and best) step: Eating cancer-fighting foods that cut off the supply lines and beat cancer at its own game.

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