Top 10 Best Foods | Center for Science in the Public Interest

  1. Mangoes

About a cup of mango supplies 100% of a day’s vitamin C, one-third of a day’s vitamin A, a decent dose of blood-pressure-lowering potassium, and 3 grams of fiber. Bonus: they’re irresistable. And don’t miss out on the smaller, sweeter Honey mangoes—also called Champagne, Manila, or Ataulfo—in season from March to June.

  1. Plain (0%) Greek Yogurt

Fat-free (0%) unsweetened greek yogurt has a pleasant tartness that’s a perfect foil for the natural sweetness of berries, bananas, or your favorite whole-grain cereal. It’s strained, so even the 0% fat versions are thick and creamy. And the lost liquid means that the yogurt that’s left has twice the protein of ordinary yogurt (but less calcium)—about 15 grams in 5 ounces of plain 0% greek yogurt.

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