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You are the master of your dietary destiny. Pick up a boost from fitness guru and nutritionist Julie Montagu’s new book, Superfoods, and enjoy pretty much the whole-est grains there are. Seriously, friends, eat your fiber.

I especially love this recipe because not only is it tasty in every way possible, but also it’s a big hit with my children. It’s incredibly easy to “hide” really amazing foods that your children might not normally eat — and here’s how!

Brown rice is good for you, but black rice is even better. It may take longer to cook, but if you have the time, then go for it. The bran hull in black rice contains significantly higher amounts of vitamin E, which helps to protect the cells from those free radicals.

Reprinted with permission from Superfoods