2023’s Best Diets for Eating Healthily

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According to Rima Kleiner, a registered dietitian nutritionist and the owner of Greensboro, North Carolina-based Smart Mouth Nutrition, salmon is a good source of protein and omega-3 fatty acids

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Chocolate, dark

What could be better than something tasty and healthy? Another superfood that is abundant in minerals like iron, magnesium, and zinc is dark chocolate.

Large Fish

Because fish includes necessary fatty acids that we can only obtain through diet, the 2020–2025 Dietary Guidelines for Americans suggest eating 8–10 ounces of seafood per week.

Yogurt

Yogurt is a wonderful source of protein and calcium and it has live cultures known as probiotics. The body can be protected by these “good bacteria” from other, more toxic bacteria.

Beetroot

One of the newest vegetables to be recognized as a “superfood” is beetroot. 

Kale

Although kale has undoubtedly had its share of fame (and then some), it is still a healthful vegetable that deserves appreciation.

Avocados

When it comes to diet plans, avocados appear to be a must-have.

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Contains Vitamin C Strawberries

Perhaps the most popular fruit of the summer is strawberry. Strawberries aren’t only juicy and sweet; their succulent scarlet skin contains 160% of your daily vitamin C need.

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Curd

One of the many advantages of yogurt or curd is that it is heart-friendly.

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