Tiny yet potent: blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, rich in antioxidants shielding cells from free radicals. Defending against aging, arthritis, cancer, heart disease, Alzheimer's & more. (Source: 1)
Salmon: superfood with protein & omega-3s. Vital for blood clotting, muscle movement & anti-inflammation. Omega-3s reduce age-related mental decline & lower Alzheimer's risk.
Tuna: rich protein & omega-3s. Freeze fresh steaks for 2-3 months, frozen for 9 months. Try Seared Tuna with Tomato-Olive-Caper Salad, ready in 20 mins.
Frozen broccoli: quick, nutritious side. High in fiber, vitamins A, C, K, folate, potassium, phosphorus & selenium. Boosts immunity, heart & joint health.
Frozen Brussels sprouts: healthy & convenient cruciferous veggies. Packed with antioxidants, aid gut health, lower type 2 diabetes risk, and boost bone health.
Trending superfood: frozen kale! Loaded with vitamins K, A, 71% DV of vitamin C, calcium & iron. Blend in smoothies or sauté for healthy sides. Try Cod With Wilted Kale recipe.
Freeze kimchi for immune-boosting benefits! Store-bought: freeze as is. Homemade: airtight container. Stays flavorful for 3 months. Thaw in fridge or sauté. Enjoy alone or in Korean-Style Lettuce Wraps.
Frozen açaí berries in pouches are rich in antioxidants, boost "bad" cholesterol, and protect the brain as you age. Use for smoothie bowls or add to Greek yogurt for a tasty treat.
Freeze avocado for up to 6 months - mash, purée, or chunk, add lemon juice to prevent browning. Use in smoothies, toast, guacamole, or blend with chocolate for healthy avocado chocolate truffles.
Freeze cooked lentils for 6 months. Microwave or add to hot dishes like curry. Thawed lentils add fiber to salads, grain bowls, or soups for a protein boost. Try Red Lentil Soup with Lemon and Dill.