An obvious sign of two people being in a working, healthy relationship is when the relationship brings out the best in each person. They, in fact, become better versions of themselves. But did you know that the same can be said about some of your favorite foods, too? Before you scratch your head in confusion, let me explain.
Certain foods are meant to be eaten together to bring out their nutritional benefits in the best way possible. According to our nutrition expert Shira Lenchewski, RD, the term “bioavailability” is a fancy word used to describe how easily a nutrient is broken down, absorbed, and utilized by the body. Foods can work together to enhance this bioavailability, allow nutrients to become more powerful and efficient in our bodies. Today I will be sharing 10 food combinations that are better when eaten together. Just think of them as extremely healthy relationships that do a body good.
Keep this list in mind the next time you’re at the grocery store or preparing your a meal. It’s pretty interesting how the foods that taste so great together are actually meant to be combined. Be sure to Pin the image above and pull it up the next time you’re planning out your weekly meals.