Rhubarb This tasty vegetable is great for you (maybe less so in an ice cream buried pie, though). Rhubarb is known to have estrogen-like properties (bye-bye hot flashes) and is rich in potassium, vitamin C and dietary fiber.
Pumpkin Seeds A healthy dose of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, minerals like iron make this seed both flavourful and nutritious.
Goji Berries All the way from the Himalayas, this berry is loaded with vitamin C, and is often used in traditional Chinese medicines and “tonic soups.” It tastes nice too.
Cinnamon Studies have suggested that a daily dose of half a teaspoon of this spice may lower blood sugars in people with type-2 diabetes.
Turmeric Curcumin, the main ingredient in this Indian spice, has been known to ease aches and inflammation.