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5 Superfoods You Need In Your Diet Right Now

2016-03-16 | By: Snap Fitness

Let’s make one thing clear: you can’t out-exercise a poor diet. The hard work you put forth in your local Snap Fitness won’t do you any good if you aren’t matching that focus in the kitchen. Sure, it’s easy to make quick decisions when it comes to food throughout the day, but think about what really matters. Convenience shouldn’t be the most important factor in what your diet consists of. What matters most is the nutritional value.

The good news is that they’re are a ton of foods out there that are packed with nutrients and taste great! We’re talking superfoods here, Snap Nation. These are nutrient-rich foods that are especially beneficial for your health and well-being. They can help fight chronic disease, promote weight loss, and more. While there are plenty of superfoods out there, here are the top five you need in your diet right now.



Packed with fiber and potassium, this fruit is a must. Bananas bring you the best of both worlds – an easy snack for your on-the-go lifestyle and a great source of good nutrients.


Six grams of protein and just 72 calories in one egg? Sounds like a prime breakfast staple to us. Start your day with this iron and vitamin D-packed superfood.

Greek yogurt

We’re big fans of this superfood – it’s perfect for a mid-morning or afternoon snack. Greek yogurt contains less sugar than normal yogurt but twice the protein. It’s also a great source of calcium, which builds your bone strength.


Our favorite lean protein of the sea! Salmon is loaded with omega-3 fats that fight inflammation and can also aid in healthy bones.


Make this green your base for salads! A half-cup of spinach more than covers your daily dose of vitamin K, which keeps your blood clotting and bones in check. Try adding spinach to your favorite smoothie as a fun change-up!

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