30 Of The Healthiest Foods You Could Ever Eat


Edamame are soybeans, and they’re most often served simply boiled and salted—a great way to snack on them. They’re also easily tossed into stir-fries, thrown on top of salads, puréed and eaten on their own, or mixed into dips, like hummus. However you cook them up, these little beans have a big nutrition benefit; they have just under 10 grams of dietary fiber per 1/2-cup serving, healthy polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats, and about 11 grams of protein, according to WebMD, as well as some vitamin C, vitamin A, iron, and calcium.

Recipe: Roasted Edamame


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