SuperFoods Rx Quotes.

1. "Beans SIDEKICKS: All beans are included in this SuperFood category, though we’ll discuss the most popular and readily available beans such as pinto, navy, Great Northern, lima, garbanzo (chickpeas), lentils, green beans, sugar snap peas, and green peas TRY TO EAT: at least four ½-cup servings per week Beans contain: Low-fat protein Fiber B vitamins Iron Folate Potassium Magnesium Phytonutrients"
- Steven G. Pratt, SuperFoods Rx

2. "Adzuki beans are small, russet-colored beans. They have a thin white line on the ridge. They’re somewhat thick-skinned with a sweet, nutty flavor. Black beans or turtle beans have a beautiful matte black color. The flesh is cream-colored with a rich, earthy flavor. Cannellini or white beans are white and kidney-shaped. They have a creamy, smooth texture and are good in soups and salads. Chickpeas are round, cream-colored legumes. Extremely popular in the Mediterranean, India, and the Middle East, they have a nutlike flavor. Very high in fiber and nutrients, they’re great when tossed on a salad, mixed with some chopped onion and olive oil, or pureed into hummus. Fava beans or broad beans are usually available whole in their pods or peeled and split. They’re large and light brown with a nutty taste and a slightly grainy texture. Great Northern beans are large white beans with a creamy texture. Use them in baked bean dishes. Navy beans are small white beans and are so called because the U.S. Navy used to keep them aboard ships as a standard provision. Pinto beans are perhaps the most popular beans in the United States. Pale pink with streaks of brown, once cooked, they turn entirely pink. They have a rich, meaty taste."
- Steven G. Pratt, SuperFoods Rx

3. "Hummus is quick and easy to make. Puree canned garbanzo beans with chopped garlic and olive oil. Bean salads are fast to make. Toss different varieties together for a colorful salad with some fresh herbs and olive oil. Baked beans count, too! Buy or make them without too much"
- Steven G. Pratt, SuperFoods Rx

4. "Blueberries SIDEKICKS: Purple grapes, cranberries, boysenberries, raspberries, strawberries, currants, blackberries, cherries, and all other varieties of fresh, frozen, or dried berries TRY TO EAT: 1 to 2 cups daily"
- Steven G. Pratt, SuperFoods Rx

5. "Broccoli SIDEKICKS: Brussels sprouts, cabbage, kale, turnips, cauliflower, collards, bok choy, mustard greens, Swiss chard TRY TO EAT: ½ to 1 cup daily"
- Steven G. Pratt, SuperFoods Rx

6. "Sprouts = Super Broccoli Researchers estimate that broccoli sprouts provide ten to one hundred times the power of mature broccoli to neutralize carcinogens. A sprinkling of broccoli sprouts in your salad or on your sandwich can do more than even a couple of spears of broccoli. This is especially good news for those few people—particularly children—who refuse to eat broccoli. Check www. broccosprouts.com to learn more about this nutrition-packed veggie and where you can buy it."
- Steven G. Pratt, SuperFoods Rx

7. "Spinach SIDEKICKS: kale, collards, Swiss chard, mustard greens, turnip greens, bok choy, romaine lettuce, orange bell peppers TRY TO EAT: 1 cup steamed or 2 cups raw most days"
- Steven G. Pratt, SuperFoods Rx

8. "Oats SUPER SIDEKICKS: wheat germ and ground flaxseed SIDEKICKS: brown rice, barley, wheat, buckwheat, rye, millet, bulgur wheat, amaranth, quinoa, triticale, kamut, yellow corn, wild rice, spelt, couscous TRY TO EAT: 5 to 7 servings a day"
- Steven G. Pratt, SuperFoods Rx

9. "Purslane"
- Steven G. Pratt, SuperFoods Rx

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