Top 60 Nutrient Dense Foods
How Many of the 'ANDI' List are in your Fridge?
There are no shortage of opinions for what foods are healthy and what are not.
But we really like the simple & short ANDI list - an abbreviation for 'Aggregate Nutrient Density Index'.
It really is an easy way to see how healthy and nutrient dense a food is.
The foods on this list are your typical foods you see everyday in the supermarket and we encourage you to try to eat foods that are higher up on the list.
This scoring system rates foods on a scale from 1 to 1000 based on nutrient content. ANDI scores are calculated by evaluating an extensive range of micronutrients, including vitamins, minerals, phytochemicals and antioxidant capacities.
Visit the links below for your handy pocket guide you can use as a reference when shopping and planning your meals.
Future newsletters will include simple recipes for how to use some of nutrient dense foods.
ANDI List Broken Down by Food Type
ANDI List - Best to Worst. Plus, more info on what nutrients were evaluated
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