7 Budget-Friendly Superfoods


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Yes, eggs are a superfood! A whole egg provides a complete source of protein, is loaded with B vitamins, and has 100mg (one of the highest food sources) of choline, which aids. 7 Budget Friendly Foods That Are Super Healthy Without Being Super Expensive. natural, gluten-free, low-fat, superfoods, fortified, enriched, and organic to help differentiate. These are by no means my only favorite superfoods, but are some of the best for your budget.

There are actually many budget friendly superfoods out there, outside of these. Eating eggs for breakfast boosts levels of satiety, increases your energy levels, aids in weight loss, and provides your body with essential nutrients it needs to work properly. Eggs are plentiful in folic acid, protein, vitamin B, iron, calcium, zinc, and manganese. The best news is that eggs are budget-friendly.

7. However, there are plenty of superfoods more budget-friendly than you might think. In fact, some superfoods can stretch your dollar quite far when consumed in proper proportions.

The thing to remember about superfoods. 8 Surprisingly Budget-Friendly Superfoods. That said, certain foods stand out for giving us the biggest nutritional bang for our buck. These so-called “superfoods” are like food super-heroes.

Nine budget friendly super food recipes! Eating healthy and gluten free doesn’t have to break the bank. Try these more affordable super food recipes for your next meal or snack and feel good about your budget.

Eating vegetables from a spectrum of colors helps you get a nice variety of nutrients. The EWG reminds us that 7 out of 10 Americans don’t eat enough vegetables. Up your intake with these choices: Dark Green:Broccoli (frozen tends to be a cheaper buy), collards, romaine lettuce, mustard greens and parsley. When in season, this superfood sells for $1.00 to $2.00 each. Cut it in half, grab a spoon, add a sprinkle of salt and you’ve got a one-ingredient snack filled with healthy fats, folate and fiber.

10 Budget-Friendly Superfoods for Better Home Cooking. Superfoods are just what their name implies: Ultra-healthy foods that help us get the most nutritional bang out of each and every bite.

List of related literature:

“20 Budget-Friendly Superfoods.”

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Further, the recipe calls for additional vegetables and herbs (not included in the ingredients list), thus increasing the cost of the meal: “I used 2 medium carrots, 1 cucumber, 6 lettuce leaves, green onions, basil, cilantro, and avocado but use whatever you have hanging around.”

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The superfoods in this list don’t simply have to be used when you’re juicing or blending.

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The six tastes are sweet (fruit, grains, honey, sugar), sour (yogurt, lemons, vinegar), salty (olives, soy sauce, sea salt), pungent (ginger, wasabi, spicy foods, onions, radishes), bitter (dark green leafy vegetables and eggplant), and astringent (lentils, most beans, pomegranate, aloe vera juice).

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I go with a little of this and a handful of that, trusting my taste buds and the wisdom of using as broad a range of fruits, vegetables and herbs as possible.

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Fruits or vegetables that are out of season are not very nutritious or are very expensive.

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This seems like a short list until you consider that it says ALL fruits and (basically) ALL vegetables.

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Depending on your budget, you may choose smaller or larger sizes of the listed superfoods, superherbs, and supplements in order to give them a try.

“Superfoods: The Food and Medicine of the Future” by David Wolfe
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by David Wolfe
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If you’re not familiar with some of the vegetables listed here, try to incorporate a new one every week—you’ll greatly expand your repertoire.

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Food sources: Most fruits and vegetables: coconut, avocados, dates, turnips, lettuces, kale, kelp/dulse, celery, tomatoes, potatoes, apricots, orange juice, pineapple, watercress, raw white cabbage, spinach, asparagus, cucumbers, parsnips, carrots, onions.

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  • Well, I wouldn’t touch estrogenic SOY ever..! Also all oils are bad even olive oil isn’t healthy. It oxidized in the body and it’s highly calorie-dense food. After all, Human doesn’t need to consume oil to stay healthy or survive. Human body needs healthy Fat…!

  • #Science=Greens,Garlic, Dark Berries and Spirulina.

  • Olive oil is the healthiest kind of oil, but should be used in moderation, if at all. Whole foods are usually better for you, like olives, for example. Unfortunately, olives are salty, so also in moderation. Some experts, like Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn say it promotes heart disease. Also, oils are more calorically dense than sugar! I use extra virgin olive oil, but I spray it on when I do.

  • I enjoy your videos and hope you can address this question. I’ve been hearing more about oxalates in some leafy greens and lectins in beans that can be harmful. I’m having a hard time getting the real story on this because it seems many sources have either an agenda or just regurgitate the same dogma they have learned. I believe every aspect of our dietary paradigm needs to be reconsidered. What are your thoughts?

  • Eat walnuts and pecans. In a lab study the blood of walnut eaters was dripped onto breast cancer cells in vitro and it completely stopped the growth of the cancer cells.

  • Thanq Dr Berry your information regarding breast cancer is invaluable There are super foods like turmeric raw garlic ginger if consumed regularly will fight against any type of cancer by boosting body immunity Prof ksk Belgaum City India

  • Great video! Thank you! There is one more I’d like to add and no one likes to hear it but… BRAS. Underwires, wearing a bra 24/7, wearing tight bras according to Sydney Ross Singer’s book “Dressed to Kill; the Link Between Breast Cancer and Bras” this is a huge contributing factor.

  • Hello dr Berry
    Have been on Keto since February 2019–love it!
    Was IR I think because high carb all my life— no fat/ not overweight.
    Hx Fibrocystic breast. Age 72.
    What is your opinion about skipping my mammogram this year in June 2019?
    Just your thoughts……
    Thank you

  • A lot of the coffee buying is just people being lazy. I have twins, husband, work, house and regular duties and I make my food or plan for eating on the road. I carry my glass container and dish. Nothing is getting in my way of doing good things to myself

  • I found your channel by accident and became a subscriber. I thought you had valuable information and insight with great tips. I think a lot of the comments on here rely too heavily on people of youtube and Instagram to tell them what to do. I felt you made it clear you were not a nutritionist but really enjoyed nutrition and understanding the properties etc. I think its important for each person to research and figure out if something is harmful to them and not rely on you in a video or in the comment section to defend yourself. I know you posted this a while ago, but I am definitely looking forward to more of these types of videos. I know the content took and effort to put together and I appreciated it.

  • What are your thoughts on cancer being linked to fungus? This is very important to me as I have been suffering with all kinds of ailments and I’m desperate to figure this out. Thank you in advance.

  • I just buy the lowest carb liverwurst I can find and eat a little bit everyday. I like the flavor, but for those who don’t like liver, liverwurst can be hidden in other things. 2 oz in a pound of ground beef isnt noticeable,for example.

    Sardines go on sale frequently at Costco, and the brands they carry are well produced with quality ingredients that anyone can read on the label and recognize. I usually stock up a few times per year on these. Then I use them to make a delicious, easy salad. A can of salmon, mackerel or tuna plus a can of sardines, a tablespoon or 2 of vinegar, and a few tablespoons of harrissa paste make a tangy, spicy melange of keto-friendly flavors. I like to eat this on romaine leaves or with pork skins. I drain the other can of fish, but I use the oils my sardines are packed in, just mix it into the salad, because of lot of the healthy benefits of sardines leech into the packing oil during the canning process.

  • After two weeks on KETO I felt so good I was able to quit smoking, after dozens of previous attempts. I think it has to do with the increased healthy fats. Quit cold turkey, without an aide. Thanks KETO.

  • Dr. Berry you can’t be more right so what I do is I take my own condiments with me I have my own salt my own pepper I own Tamarac and my red pepper my old butter I mix it with some coconut oil and a lot of people look at me like gosh that guy’s weird but after losing 80 pounds when I stand up and you say that quote you I have to try that.

  • Dr B, you should have known, but did not mention, that having babies and breastfeeding them reduces breast cancer in women.

    Some random quotes from the onternet:
    1. “The protective effect of breastfeeding in lowering the risk of breast cancer has been shown in a number of studies. The risk-reduction appears to be dose-dependent. That means, the longer the period of breastfeeding, the more the benefit. “

    2.”The longer women breastfeed, the more they are protected against breast cancer. At the same time Freund et al., in order to examine the impact of lactation on the risk of breast cancer carried out a pub med search for publications in English and French from 1974 through 2004 and found that lactation reduced the risk for breast cancer and that this protective effect seemed greater for women who had extended periods of breastfeeding during their lifetime. “

    Years ago on a radio broadcast I heard a researcher say that if every woman had six children and breastfed each of them for a year, there would be NO breast cancer. [Cant find any reference to this.]
    in other words, use them as they are meant to be used: several babies, long lactations. Probaly most women are unable to imagine having lots of children and breastfeeding them for a year (or more!). It’s better than a “career”.

  • Dr. Berry, what about using the Magic Bullet? Every morning I mix my coffee (hot) and fats in it. Maybe I should switch to a glass blender? I love your videos, thank you for what you do!

  • Sorry I’m late for this party, but I just discovered you today. I’m a breast cancer surgeon trained at Memorial Sloan-Kettering, in practice 23 years. My focus is on primary prevention of breast cancer. A few other tips worth mentioning: walking for 20 minutes four times a week has been shown (in multiple, huge, studies) to reduce the risk of breast cancer 30-50%, and it increases survival, on average, 50%. (By comparison, chemo only gets you a 26% advantage, overall.) Avoid alcohol as little as 1/2 glass of wine per day raises risk significantly, and in a dose-dependent way when consumption increases. Walnuts! A few walnuts a day, in animal studies, showed a statistically significant reduction in the incidence of breast cancer (in genetically predisposed mice) and slowed the growth of tumors that did form. Your channel and your information is the best of seen. Many thanks, Doc

  • Dr. Berry, I know soy is really bad. I have a 4 month old grandson who’s mother can not breastfeed. Every baby formula out there is made from soy. What is another, healthier alternative?

  • Can you recommend a pro biotic? I’m so confused there are so many. I’m 58 no gallbladder and hashimotos doing keto way of life for 9 weeks now. 50 lbs overweight but working in getting rid of that now. Thank you!

  • could you do recipes for better sleep? my boyfriend is looking to get healthier and sleep easier (he lays awake for hours), and one of your lattes in this video sparked the idea. thanks! loved the video xx

  • Hey. I’m thoroughly enjoying your videos. Thank you for posting them. In this video, I know you’re saying not to heat food and/or beverages in plastic. Are you meaning in a microwave or in any way? I know a microwave heats differently than other appliances. That’s why I ask. Also, are certain cups (for lack of a better word) “exempt” from what you’re saying? 99% of the time, I make my coffee right before I go out the door for work. I use my Keurig and make myself some organic coffee with some grass-fed butter and MCT oil, or I’ll just simply drink it black, depending on what I feel like doing. I have some RTIC cups that I use that obviously aren’t plastic, but have plastic tops. I also have the “tervis” brand cups (like the one I’m using right now) that’s all plastic. However, I never use Styrofoam. What say you? Thanks!

  • just tried matcha today, im trying to quit coffee! at least drink less, and matcha i heard is a good way to go. THANKS ROWENA!!:)

  • 1. No smoking
    2. No sugar or fructose
    3. Get enough Iodine
    4. Good Gut micro-bio Avoid anti-biotics
    5. Avoid soy
    6. Get enough Vitamin D
    7. Dont be overweight
    8. Bonus Avoid liquids heated in plastic containers

  • What about aluminium free deodorants? Breast cancer patients are told to avoid aluminum antiperspirants. I personally like Schmidt’s deodorant a little pricey at $9 a stick but cheaper than chemo or radiation.

  • So does this plastic concept only apply to hot liquids/foods? I’ve been drinking my water from a plastic bottle & refilling at work. I was just thinking about that plastic bottle a few days ago & if it was safe to continue drinking from as I drink ALOT of water every day.

  • Good advice, My wife has been drinking soy milk with her tea every day. What milk do you recommend, almond, Sunflower, or just regular 2%? Thanks

  • I always saw and watch green tea recipes because it looks healthy and delicious but when i taste it �� meh �� teach me how to love matcha tea.. i dont want to give up �� i still want to drink it

  • This may be a silly question but wouldn’t that rule out your average at home coffee maker and kuerigs? If that’s the case it just may be something people don’t think about

  • hi friends, wanted to pop in (months later lol apologies) to share there’s a difference between the “apricot kernel” mentioned in this video and the poisonous apricot kernel you find via a quick google search. I’m fully aware that KitchenHeroes is not the most credible source, but just wanted to give some context to possible mistranslation and misunderstanding about the two variations of northern and southern apricot kernels: https://www.kitchenheroes.com.sg/single-post/2018/03/04/The-Difference-between-North-%E5%8D%97%E6%9D%8F-and-South-almonds-%E5%8C%97%E6%9D%8F-Apricot-Kernels

    also worth mentioning that as with everything we see online, I feel it’s important we do our own research and consult our doctor(s) to ensure what we’re watching / hearing is aligned with what we is best for ourselves, our body, and our health as we all function and operate beautifully uniquely, person to person ����

  • Hey I actually hate self promo so I normally wouldn’t post this but I don’t know how else to do this but I really want to start posting YouTube videos but so far my only 2 subscribers are people at my school who will make fun of me so if any other small accounts want to subscribe, I will subscribe back and support your content okay much love again sorry for the self promo also the chai milk looked sooooo delicious I really want to try making it!

  • I was enjoying the video until I reached the part where you made chai. We Indians drink chai on a daily basis and we only like home made. And girl I have to tell you that’s not how we make chai. But if you prefer it that way, sure why not. Enjoy.

  • Hey I’ve been watching your video from few days
    And you really helped me ita not like normal help
    I’ve felt connected to you honestly
    And I want your help too could you make a video on drink and breakfast which take less time for preparation & gives a high amount of energy to survive Morning tiring lecture at college without getting hungry for College student.
    I feel so low and it affects mental health a lot not eating breakfast.

  • i feel like reading a scientific journal even though i watched the video lol (because how much information that i get from watching it)

  • Dr Ken Berry, you are changing my life! I am so crazy to learn more about the Carnivore diet, that I’m binging on your videos, lol. I can’t find the the recipe for the liver pate. Can you help me please?

  • How do you supplement fat? I see so many people claiming to be a 1:1 or 2:1 fat:protien but no one admits eating anything but ribeye. Where do the exrea fats come from?

  • Hi Rowena, I really like your videos and as usual I liked this one too.
    Just a small comment to say that honey should be consumed cold or at room temperature in order to benefit from its amazing properties. As soon as you put in in a hot beverage, it loses most of it. It’s a shame to put amazing Manuka honey (especially considering its price) in hot tea or latte.
    Anyway, I am going to try your recipes this weekend, thank you:)

  • There is a possible correlation between spiruluna and related products, and Alzheimers, Parkinsons, as well as ALS. Please google “Spirulina, Dr Weil,” for Dr. Andrew Weil’s detailed explanation of why Spirulina products are not safe.

  • Can you please address keto and Crohn’s disease/ulcerative colitis? My loved ones with those diseases don’t believe me that these anti-cancer tips and keto diet would put their autoimmune diseases in remission or greatly improve them, but I DO believe it. Who is right?

  • when i saw the blue latte i thought you used butterfly blue pea tea. it doesn’t taste like anything but can be blue or purple (with citrus)

  • Ground beef, Cooking Bacon Scraps and Beef Liver mixed up in equal amounts makes a great burger mix. I use 3lbs of each and make 9lb’s of burger mix for great cheeseburgers with cheddar cheese toppings. Thanks Ken D Berry MD. ��

  • Spectacular video! Watch my latest video for the natural herbal remedy and treatment for hair loss. A new oil is mentioned in it. Go watch!

  • I have never made a matcha before, but I am into sustainability and health. Came across your channel… instant follow and I am going to try making one with almond milk.

  • Do you guys process these ingredients in a way that they will all be easily absorbed by our gut bacteria? You can stuff 100 different superfoods in a drink if you want but if the bioavailability isn’t there you’ll just piss it out.

  • Chai and ginger lattes… done:)
    I created my own too, I did a rose latte with, white tea, pink roses infusion, and soy milk.
    I drink everything unsweetened cause I don’t actually like sweet things.