When you consider the nutrient value of fresh versus processed-to-death denatured foods and the subsequent health consequences of each choice, it's quite clear that you can eat well and improve your health and still not spend a fortune.PlanetGreen released a list today of 15 "superfoods" for less than $20, and accompanying recipes. Some of the more savory choices: Quinoa With Butternut Squash, Sweet Potato Red Curry with Baby Bok Choy and Tofu and Brown Basmati Rice, and Sweet Potato Pancakes.
For Seniors, check out this article with the 100 Best Health Foods for Seniors from Geriatricnursingcertification.com. This resource is helpful in that the article lists the best foods for brain health, bone health, eye-sight, and more. Evan H. Farr on Google +