5 life-extending superfoods.  

Eating well can extend and improve life. Studies suggest adding superfoods like berries, nuts, and veggies to a balanced diet can extend life and improve quality.  

Medical News Today defines superfoods as nutrient-dense nuts, vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and fish.   

Cruciferous vegetables include broccoli, cabbage, kale, Brussels sprouts, arugula, and cauliflower. The Cleveland Health Clinic says the depth of a vegetable's color indicates its nutrient density.  

Olive oil has antioxidants, good fats, and anti-inflammatory effects. Harvard Health found that olive oil use increases longevity.  

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One of the healthiest foods is berries. "On average, people who eat more berries seem to live a little bit longer," said Harvard T.H.  

According to the Mayo Clinic, eating nuts regularly improves arterial health, reduces blood clot risk, lowers high blood pressure risk, lowers heart disease mortality risk, and lowers cholesterol.  

Healthline says beans and legumes are rich in fiber, minerals, vitamins, and plant-based protein.  

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