Keeping Inflammation at bay is what cherries do best. Next best are dried cherries, which have considerably higher amounts of the health giving compounds than canned or frozen.
Eat nuts such as walnuts, pecans, almonds and various types of seeds (such as pumpkin and sunflower). These are packed with omega-3
Avocado are revered for their buttery taste and teture, a quality that stems from the good monounsaturated fats they contain. It also these fats that make avocados champion for heart health.
Blueberries boast and antioxidant triple threat. Anthocyanins give the berries their vivid blue hue and seem to positively affect a variety of the body’s functions, including vision, circulation, and brain activity.