Sesame Seeds

 

A recent study found that people with high LDL ( bad ) cholesterol ate a few spoonfuls of sesame seeds a day, their LDL levels dropped by almost 10 percent. Sesame seeds are also one of the richest sources, by weight, of iron. How to use them: Sprinkle on oatmeal, on salads or on steamed vegetables. Make hummus with tahini, a sesame seed butter.