7 Of The Healthiest Foods You Should Be Eating But Aren't

Watercress: Nutrient-dense green with mild taste. Enjoy raw in salad or sautéed. Tops CDC's list for nutrient density. 

Sardines: Rich in heart-healthy omega-3s and vitamin D. Low on food chain, making them sustainable and low in toxins. 

Pomegranate: Bursting with antioxidants. Offers protection against chronic diseases. Enjoy as fruit or juice for its unique taste. 

Chia Seeds: Nutrient powerhouse packed with omega-3s, antioxidants, and fiber. Sprinkle on salads or blend into smoothies. 

Quinoa: Quick-cooking whole grain loaded with fiber and protein. Provides a feeling of fullness and is a complete protein source. 

Kefir: Probiotic-rich dairy drink supporting immune and digestive health. High in calcium, available plain or fruit-flavored. 

Lentils: Versatile and budget-friendly source of vegan protein, fiber, iron, and folate. Perfect for hearty and healthy meals.