February 2008 Issue

Foods With More for Less: Rich in Nutrients, Low in Calories

To eat healthfully, you want the most nutritious foods on your plate. But as we age, calorie needs drop and nutrient needs go up, making it more important to make every calorie count. EN lists 68 foods that offer the most nutrients—vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients—for the fewest calories.

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