The following selection includes foods previously featured on GAYOT's list of the Top 10 Superfoods. While they no longer grace the current list, their nutritional punch remains a cut above the rest.
Whether one prefers grapefruits, oranges or tangerines, citrus fruits are high in vitamin C, which is needed to fight off colds and nasty flu viruses.
Cranberry consumption should not be relegated to the annual Thanksgiving dinner.
This ruffled leafy vegetable boasts a healthy dosage of calcium, vitamin B6 and lutein ...Read the full review
A fungus rather than a vegetable, mushrooms have been used in Eastern medicine for thousands of years.
Native to South America, tomatoes are now a vital ingredient in cuisine all over the world, yet how did it all happen so fast?