Your kitchen will never be the same. Superfoods are taking center stage in fridges across the nation, as more and more people look to adjust their eating habits to live a leaner, healthier life. Available at most grocery stores, packed with nutrients, and ideal for trimming down your grocery bills, superfoods are a must-have in your kitchen. To get you started, here are five of the most versatile and most powerful superfoods available:

Blueberries

Chances are, your grocer will be packed with these treats this season. Packed full of more antioxidants than other popular fruits, blueberries are a nutritious way to boost your immunity, improve your skin, and do something good for your overall health. Plus, studies have shown that blueberries are effective in preventing cancer, diabetes, and age-related memory loss. To get your dose of antioxidants, vitamins A and C, and fiber, be sure to enjoy 1 cup fresh or ½ cup frozen or dried daily.

Spinach

This leafy veggies is great for slipping into pasta dishes, salads, or eating on its own as a side. Rich in omega-3s, folate, and other nutrients, spinach is known to reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke, and osteoporosis. Try to add 1 cup of fresh spinach to your diet everyday.

Eggs

Full of protein to help you build lean muscle and feel fuller longer, eggs are a great way to start off your day. However, keep it lean by choosing to eat only egg whites or opting to eat no more than six whole eggs each week.

Yogurt

Ideal for providing your body with helpful bacteria needed for immunity, cancer prevention, and digestion, yogurt is a must have in any diet. Plus the added calcium and protein can help build strong bones and teeth. Try to eat 1 cup of yogurt with low-sugar or no sugar added each day to get the full impact.

Goji Berries

If you’ve been keeping up with nutrition news, you’ve probably heard of these nutrient packed red berries. A great source of vitamin C and beta-carotene, these berries are full of 18 amino acids and over 21 minerals to give your body a boost. Plus they’re a fantastic source of antioxidants. In the US, you’re most likely to find them dried in your local health store or online. Eat them as a snack for a serious boost.