Registered dietician Frances Largeman-Roth, senior food editor of Health magazine, revealed how these foods benefit women on "The Early Show."
Wild salmon was one of her picks. According to Health magazine, salmon is all about omega-3s, which boost mood, fight depression, and may protect against Alzheimer's disease and cancer.
Greek yogurt is another so-called "superfood" for females. Health magazine says among your three dairy servings a day, having a fat-free Greek yogurt is a "good choice."
An Ounce a Day...
Dark chocolate means decadence, but according to Health magazine, you only need to indulge in one-quarter of an ounce a day to reap this food's antioxidant rewards.
Have You Had Your Oats?
Health magazine says oats can help lower cholesterol. Rich in soluble and insoluble fiber, the magazine notes oats are also good for helping you feel full so you can control your weight.
Bring on the Broccoli
This vegetable is green and mean. Rich in a number of vitamins, broccoli makes you feel full on very few calories.
High in "good" monounsaturated fatty acids, avocados (seen in this salad), Health magazine says, can help you actually lose fat from your stomach. Avocados also pack a powerful punch of a variety of nutrients.
Health magazine cites walnuts (seen here mixed with green beans) as a superfood. The magazine says a handful of walnuts a day can lower your cholesterol.
A Healthful Oil
Olive oil (seen here with a varity of nuts) is linked to heart health and longevity, says Health magazine.