This post has not been vetted or endorsed by BuzzFeed's editorial staff. BuzzFeed Community is a place where anyone can create a post or quiz. Try making your own!Buzz·Posted on Oct 6, 2013This Is Your Brain On Superfoods20 Good-For-You Foods that Deserve their Own Comic Book Seriesby Sandra CanosaCommunity ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Walnuts for the Heart and Brain pingminghealth.com An animal-free source of omega-3 fatty acids, these nuts look kinda like brains and are good for them too. 2. Oysters for Energy simplyrecipes.com They're high in iron and are thought to be an aphrodisiac. So, you know, that kind of energy. 3. Turmeric for Joint Health nasm.org This colorful spice contains antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties. Try it in a warm bev like this Tumeric Milk. 4. Flaxseed for Fiber and Heart Health static.ddmcdn.com Flaxseed is high and fiber and omega-3s, those good fats that keep your brain and heart running smoothly. Kind of a big deal. Sprinkle some on oatmeal or throw it in a smoothie. 5. Pomegranates for Antioxidants flickr.com Freaking delicious, too. Learn how to crack into these bad boys without making a mess. 6. Pumpkin for Vision encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com Your favorite gourd is rich in beta-carotene, which leads to Vitamin A, which leads to good eye and immune system health. Plus protein, fiber, and vitamins C, E, and K. There's a whole alphabet in your jack-o-lantern. 7. Olive Oil for the Heart funwithcarbs.com Fat is good for you when it comes in the form of monounsaturated fatty acids. Do yourself a favor and invest in the real deal when it comes to EVOO. 8. Green Tea for Antioxidants ww1.prweb.com There's a reason people have been drinking green tea for over 4,000 years. It contains EGCG, kind of a superfreak fighter of nasty free radicals in your body. So drink up, dearies. 9. Ginger for Digestion totallyfitness.co.uk Whatever ails your stomach, from nausea to indigestion, ginger will probably help. 10. Black Beans for Fiber and Protein blogger.com Beans, beans, the magical fruit... they'll charge you up and keep you full without all the saturated fats found in most animal proteins. 11. Quinoa for Muscles graphics8.nytimes.com By now you've heard of quinoa, but why? It's a complete protein unto itself, high in B12, iron, magnesium, calcium, manganese, yadda yadda yadda. Just give it a shot already. 12. Eggs for Protein hookedoniron.com Eggs have gotten a bad rap in the past for being high in cholesterol, but, like Witches in Oz, there's good (HDL) and bad (LDL) cholesterol. Eggs are like the Glinda of Breakfast. 13. Grapefruit to Fight Fat doctormurray.com These gods of citrus contain naringenin, another savvy antioxidant that researchers think might really do a number on fat-storage hormones. 14. Yogurt for Digestion earthtimes.org Those active cultures that turn milk into yogurt are great for helping your stomach and intestines turn food into... well, you know. 15. Kale for Vitamins and Antioxidants npnutra.com Kale's 15 minutes of fame may have come and gone, but it's still just as packed with vitamins, iron, calcium, and flavonoids as it was in 2012. 16. Salmon for Heart Health wordpress.com Another one of those omega-3 foods, salmon in all forms is also swimming (get it? swimming?) with A and B vitamins. 17. Dark Chocolate for Antioxidants cdn.shopify.com "Flavonols" aren't just what it sounds like when you're trying to describe chocolate with your mouth full. They're another troop of free-radical fighting antioxidants, for the army of you. 18. Sweet Potatoes for Vision wordpress.com Like their orange friends the carrot and the pumpkin, sweet potatoes are packed with Vitamin A for eye health, plus potassium, calcium, and Vitamin C. Try the fries! 19. Avocado to Prevent Aging dailyperricone.com Avocados will not prevent you from adding another candle to your birthday cake this year, but with Vitamin E, healthy fats, and a host of B Vitamins, they'll keep the bartenders asking for your ID. Wink wink. 20. Water for Life Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF media.giphy.com "Duh," you say? When you really -- and I mean really, let's shoot for 8 glasses a day here -- nourish yourself with this seemingly most basic of foodthings, you'll stay healthier, look better, and make attractive new friends.