7 'Superfoods' to Eat Moderately

Salmon is probably the most famous omega-3 food. Fatty cold-water fish is diverse and easy to get, and it has high omega-3 content.

Keeping inflammation at bay requires a mix of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. This 3:1 omega-3 to omega-6 ratio makes hemp seeds a fantastic supplement to your diet for cardiovascular health and overall wellness. 

Avocados include brain-healthy omega-3s and folate. There are various ways to eat this creamy, fiber-rich green fruit.  

One of the richest plant sources of omega-3s, walnuts are a terrific supplement to a balanced diet. Have walnuts on hand for topping yogurt or cereal or making granola.  

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Algae and seaweed are good omega-3 sources for vegetarians, vegans, seafood allergy sufferers, and anyone who don't like fish. Algae and seaweed contain DHA and EPA, unlike other plants.  

A silky, nutty paste produced from omega-rich sesame seeds is tahini. One tablespoon of tahini contains 1.5 grams of omega-3 and 1.7 grams of omega-6 fats, making it a balanced snack. 

Increase omega-3s with 100% grass-fed milk. Research demonstrates that cows fed in pasture-based feeding systems generated milk with higher omega-3 and CLA levels, generating a better nutritious fat balance.  

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