8. Soy tempeh
Soy tempeh looks a bit like a sponge, and its name isn’t helping the cause either. Though the fermented soy superfood can be delicious and is exceptional for boosting health. “Tempeh packs a matrix of nutrients and beneficial compounds that place it clearly in the lead position as one of the most nutritionally esteemed of all bean-derived foods,” Kulze says. “A single 3oz serving provides 16 grams of complete protein, 6 grams of fiber, loads of vitamins and minerals, as well as beneficial bacteria (probiotics),” she adds. Eat more soy tempeh and you’ll experience a boom in heart and gastrointestinal health, help ward off cancer, and better manage appetite. “Always choose organic varieties, typically available in the produce section of the grocery store,” Kulze recommends.
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