Healthy Foods That Might Be Toxic In Excess

Soy is popular among vegans and vegetarians. Isoflavones in this plant-based protein help prevent age-related illnesses.


The benefits of cruciferous veggies are well known. They contain fiber, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and DNA-protecting glucosinolates. 

Cruciferous Veggies

Tea has many benefits and is pleasant and delicious. Most teas include antioxidants, and green tea has EGCG, an anti-inflammatory.


Almonds are high in calories, protein, and fiber. Plus vitamin E, B12, magnesium, phosphorus, copper, and others.


The bran and germ of this rice are rich in fiber, manganese, and other minerals, unlike white rice.

Brown Rice

Spinach's superfood status is justified. It's rich in vitamins, minerals, carotenoids, and antioxidants including quercetin and zeaxanthin.


Lean protein is abundant in chicken breasts. They're low in fat and high in vitamins and minerals, making them a popular diet choice.

Chicken Breast 

Lemon adds vitamin C and other antioxidants to water and makes it taste better. You'll also stay hydrated.

Lemon Water