Researchers at New Jersey's William Paterson University just compiled a list of "powerhouse" foods based on their amounts of 17 crucial nutrients. They studied both fruits and vegetables, but vegetables dominated the list when it came to a highest nutrient density. Watercress came in with a perfect score of 100, the only food to do so. Below is the list of top 20.
When it comes to snacking, people often choose chocolate bars and soda to curb hunger and feel better. These foods give you an energy boost that does not last long. In fact, they send your blood sugar levels on a roller coaster ride and leave you feeling more hungry and tired than ever. Here are few healthy snacks you should eat instead.