Two is better than one
Laurel and Hardy, Thelma and Louise, Brad and Angelina. Some pairs are just meant to be (although the Brangelina pairing may be up for debate). Various nutrients go well together, too. ?As a registered dietitian, I know combining certain foods can up their nutritional value, and help your body absorb and utilize all of their benefits more effectively. And research is revealing new pairings all the time. “It’s like adding 1 plus 1 and getting 4 instead of 2,” says Elaine Magee, a registered dietitian and the author of Food Synergy. “The total is greater than the sum of the individual parts.” Want to get more nutritional bang from your meals? Try out these 10 power-food combinations.