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Over 100 Super Foods for a Super You

Include These Foods for Maximum Body Benefits

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  • This could be more helpful by having more categories; for example, which foods rank highest by nutrient, etc. This huge list is just a bit difficult to digest. - 10/15/2010 1:05:43 AM
  • Terrific list...full of good things! I'm going to continue to try new foods and work more of these into our diets. Yesterday I fooled husband and teens with whole-grain pancakes...they didn't even notice the difference! - 10/14/2010 3:02:13 PM
  • So glad I found this! I'll try to eat some for my lunch! - 9/29/2010 12:51:14 PM
  • FANNY59
    morning . is there any coeliac,s out there that can help me - 7/19/2010 7:19:21 AM
  • BLUEJAYKIM
    So glad to know that my husband and I eat so many super foods! Now it is just eating the right amount and cutting down on the simple carbs! - 6/27/2010 9:54:54 AM
  • I am going shoppin" :) - 6/14/2010 11:48:09 PM
  • HEAVENLYFLOWER2
    Hi everybody, this is the first time for me, and would like to get help with my problem, I have diabetes is on Actos 45mg, ever since I've been on it I have gained so much weight. I try to watch what I eat but so far no luck in losing. - 6/3/2010 6:06:27 PM
  • Right, BGG. I copied, pasted, printed this chart and take it grocery shopping. I like this positive approach because it is so much harder to know what TO buy, rather than just what NOT TO buy. By now I pretty much have the list memorized from using it so much. The only change I made is to add turmeric to the list--one of the best anticarcinagens--and I must make an effort to work it into my diet in soups and stews since it is not commonly used in American recipes. - 5/29/2010 1:32:38 PM
  • You could highlight the chart in the article and copy/paste it into a Word document. Delete any text you don't want from the Word document. That worked for me. It might work with other softwares as well. Good luck. - 5/17/2010 5:30:47 PM
  • CUJOMOM
    Chicken - easy to do.
    Just click on the word Vegetable and copy over to the word Proteins and hold the mouse button down and copy to the bottom.

    Paste on to an new word document. It comes out fine.

    I printed one out and will do exactly what you said - stick it on my fridge. That way I'll always have it handy when I head out to the grocery store! - 5/17/2010 3:58:50 PM
  • I wish there was a way for me to get the chart as a nice, one-page printout. I'd like copies on my fridge, in my purse, in the break room at work.... All this info on one page will be really helpful!
    - 5/17/2010 2:40:25 PM
  • Good article...nice to have a list to refer to. However, Ms. Hand does not mention that dark green leafy vegetables eaten with citrus give the body more usable calcium than eating dairy. - 5/17/2010 11:18:44 AM
  • Awesome list. Fruit and veggies are easy but, when it comes to adding more protein I wasn't sure where to look to add more to my daily food. This list helps so much. - 5/17/2010 10:41:47 AM
  • Most "yams" in the US are really sweet potatotes. http://www.loc.gov/rr/scitech/mysteries/sw
    eetpotato.html - 5/17/2010 10:38:14 AM
  • What is the difference between sweet potatoes and yams? - 5/17/2010 10:16:11 AM

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