This refers to the number of essential nutrients (such as vitamins, minerals, and fiber) in a given amount of food. Foods that are high in nutrient density provide a lot of essential nutrients relative to their calorie content.
Examples of nutrient-dense foods include fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean proteins, nuts, and seeds.
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