Combining two "superfoods" make them even healthier. Here's how to do it.
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If you're into healthy eating, you probably already incorporate tons of superfoods into your diet (even old school ones). But, combining certain ones makes them even healthier. “Components in one food may complement those in another,” says nutrition expert Rima Kleiner, R.D., “so combining them can mean the body gets more nutrients.” Adds nutritionist/cookbook author Kathy Smart, “People say, ‘You are what you eat,’ but really, you are what you absorb. So superfoods are powerful alone, but, like Batman and Robin, they make a dynamic duo.” Try the combos on the following slides.