2. Brussels Sprouts.
When you were a child, it is probably very likely that you skipped out on the Brussels sprouts when it was passed around the table. Now that you are an adult, eating for flavor is not always the best option for your health. Brussels sprouts are quite possibly one of the best and healthiest foods you can have to compliment your main dish at dinner. They are uniquely small, round, and green, with the green coloring representing all of the health qualities that can protect you from illness and disease. In addition, Brussels sprouts contain about 15 percent of your daily requirements for potassium in a one cup serving (which is not a large portion given the size and weight of these vegetables).