Fish & Shellfish : Most Americans don’t eat enough fish. The American Heart Association recommends aiming for at least two 3.5-oz servings per week. Keep cans of light tuna and Alaskan salmon on hand and use it to make a sandwich filling, top a salad, or make salmon cakes.
10 Foods That Are Healthier Than You Think : Food Network
Eggs : Eggs do contain some cholesterol, but that doesn't mean they're a total no-no. According to the American Egg Board, healthy individuals can eat up to two eggs per day without significantly affecting blood cholesterol levels. Eggs are also full of vitamins A, D and the antioxidant lutein. Don't skip the yolks; there's just as much protein there as in the whites.
9 Lean Proteins You Should Be Eating : Food Network
Tofu & Other Soy Foods : Soy is one of the top vegetarian protein sources. ½ cup of tofu gives you 8 - 10 grams of protein (depending on whether it’s soft or firm), while 1 cup of edamame gives you 17 grams. Calcium-set tofu also gives you a healthy dose of bone-building calcium, while edamame also packs a whopping 8 grams of fiber.
Popcorn : Popcorn is actually a whole grain and it's high in antioxidants. Since the kernels pop up so big, you get 3 1/2 cups in a 1-ounce serving (if you air pop it, that clocks in at 110 calories and 4 grams of fiber).
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