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Take a trip around the world to discover where some of our world’s healthiest food comes from. You may be surprised at how old they are.

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1.We May Grow Many Of These Foods In The U.S., But Only One Originated Here

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10. Salmon: Excellent source of potassium, vitamins, protein and omega-3 fatty acids. (North Atlantic / Pacific Ocean)
9. Dark Chocolate: Strong in antioxidants, fiber and nutrients. (South America)
8. Walnut: High in vitamin E, important for a healthy heart. (English: Persia / North America: Black Walnut)
7. Banana: High in potassium and low in fat. (Southeast Asia)
6. Avocado: High in vitamins, nutrients. Contains no sodium or cholesterol. (South Central Mexico)
5. Sweet Potato: Includes a wide variety of vitamins, especially vitamin A and C, and manganese. (Central America or South America)
4. Apple: High in flavonoids, antioxidants and fiber. (Central Asia)
3. Spinach: Excellent source of vitamin K, fiber, protein and a host of other nutrients (Ancient Persia)
2. Almond: Contains a lot of fiber, protein and vitamin E. (Origin: Exact unknown, but believed to be China and Central Asia)
1. Garlic: Valued since ancient times, garlic has a compound called allicin which has medicinal properties. (Origin: Central Asia)

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