5 Unusual Nutrient-Dense Foods To Support Optimum Health

To support vibrant health, it’s wise to choose foods that have a high nutrient density. This means eating foods that have a high vitamin and mineral content, while minimizing empty calories or low-nutrient foods such as sweets and refined grains. Try incorporating these five uncommon foods into your diet to achieve a higher state of health and vitality:

About the Author

Margaret Wertheim is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and is the author of Breaking the Sugar Habit: Practical Ways to Cut the Sugar, Lose the Weight, and Regain Your Health. Take this quiz to determine whether you need to curb your sugar intake. Margaret holds a BS in Biochemistry from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a Master’s degree in Nutrition from Bastyr University in Seattle. She counsels individuals and groups on how to adjust their diet to include whole and real foods to support optimum overall health. She also specializes in supporting women's health, fertility, and pregnancy through nutrition and lifestyle choices. Check our her blog for the latest nutrition information, healthy eating tips, and recipes, check out her Breaking the Sugar Habit online course, or sign-up to download your free Natural Sweetener Guide or Fertility and Pregnancy Resource Guide.

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