Raspberries Just one cup contains nearly half your daily manganese-important for brain and nerve function, as well as bone and joint health. Pomegranates Packed with antioxidant compounds, pomegranates have long been linked to both heart and brain health. Lentils keep blood sugar steady, and just a quarter cup of these miniature legumes provides 13 grams of protein, 11 grams of fiber, and 5 milligrams of iron. A massive National Cancer Institute study found women who drink two to three cups per day enjoy a 13 percent drop in mortality risk. And while they do contain more beta carotene, russet potatoes win out when it comes to folate, niacin, potassium, and also phosphorous-a mineral important for strong bones. Oranges Loaded with vitamin C, oranges are also solid sources of folate-important for cell maintenance and repair. Make omelets with one whole egg and two whites, and watch cholesterol at other meals. According to research, they can also cut your risk of type 2 diabetes.
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