From Almonds to Zucchini: The A to Z of Superfood Snacks (Infographic)

Finding the right things to eat as part of a balanced, enriching diet is a daily struggle for millions. In our hectic lives we seldom stop to think about what the best choices are when it comes to meals.


While there’s no official definition of what one is, superfoods are generally considered to be foods that are particularly efficient at providing the body with nutrients and health benefits. Supplementing your regular diet with a selection of these consumables is an easy way to supercharge your health, without going hungry.

The research team at Nuffield Health, the largest not-for-profit healthcare provider in the United Kingdom, looked into the most beneficial foods and have created a complete A-Z list of foods that provide the most bang for bite when it comes to vitamins and other healthy nutrients.

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