50 healthiest foods to eat

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50 Healthiest Food to eat

50 healthiest foods to eat: there are endless options of healthy foods. We have separated a list of 50 for you

don’t be a hostage to boring and restrictive diets, balance 50 foods we separated for you

Source: “Uncovering the Nutritional Landscape of Food”, published in the journal PLoS ONE; The United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service’s National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference, Release 28; The Encyclopaedia of Food and Health (2016), published by Elsevier Science. The Internet eliminated barriers for the exchange of information. This includes food. Today, we have endless options of well documented studies regarding foods, diets and their benefits to our health. So, there are no more excuses for not following a healthy diet due to “restrictive menus”, “boring food” etc. We have separated a list of 50 healthiest foods to eat to help you enjoy eating healthy food.
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  1. Almonds: rich in monounsaturated  fatty acids. Heart and blood health benefits. 
  2. Cherimoya: source of potassium, Vitamins A, C, B1 and B2
  3. Redfish (Sebastes marinus L): rich in protein with low saturated fat
  4. Chia seed: loads of fibres, proteins, linoleic acid, phenolic acid and vitamins
  5. Pumpkin seed: rich in iron and magnesium
  6. Chard: rich in betalain, antioxidant
  7. Pork fat: vitamin B and minerals, with low amounts of saturated fats
  8. Beet leaves: source of calcium, iron, K Vitamin, and B Complex Vitamins
  9. Dehydrated Parsley: source of boron, fluorine and calcium
  10. Watercress: source of minerals
  11. Peas: rich in phosphorus , magnesium, iron, zinc, coper and fibres
  12. Spring Onion: also rich in phosphorus , magnesium and coper, along with K Vitamin
  13. Red/Purple Cabbage: loads of vitamins
  14. Scallop: source of proteins, good fatty acids, potassium and sodium
  15. Spinach: a very well known source of magnesium, A Vitamin and carotenoids
  16. Basil: benefits for your immune system
  17. Pepper: benefits from ascorbic acids
  18. Mustard leaves: rich in sinigrin
  19. Coriander: source of carotenoids
  20. Fish eggs (roe): B12 Vitamin and omega 3
  21. Apricot: antioxidants properties
  22. Nuts: loads of omega 3
  23. Black eyed peas (beans): source of carbohydrates and proteins
  24. Sugar pea: rich in proteins, carbohydrates, fibres, minerals and vitamins
  25. Plantain: antioxidant with blood sugar regulation benefits     
  26. White bean: source of fibres
  27. Salmon fish: good fatty acids
  28. Blue tuna fish: rich in omega 3
  29. Green tomatoes: C Vitamin
  30. Red tomatoes: source of potassium, Vitamins A, C and E
  31. Paprika: antioxidant
  32. Arugula: loads of fibres and phytochemicals
  33. Mackerel fish: good fatty acids
  34. Yellow Kiwi: rich in potassium and magnesium
  35. Purple Lettuce: rich in calcium
  36. String bean (French bean): regulates you cholesterol levels
  37. Trout fish: salmon “cousin”, also rich in omega 3
  38. Orange: loads of C Vitamin
  39. Currant (Gooseberry): rich in anthocyanin  
  40. Pomegranate: also rich in anthocyanin
  41. Jalapeno pepper: loads of carotenoids
  42. Carrots: antioxidants, the famous beta-carotene
  43. Dried plump: rich in antioxidants
  44. Rockmelon: rich in glutathione
  45. Sweet potato: rich in antioxidants
  46. Fig: source of minerals
  47. Ginger: loads of antioxidants
  48. Pumpkin: source of xanthophyll and beta-carotene
  49. Burdock root: source of powerful antioxidants
  50. Broccolis: rich in Vitamins C, K and B9, potassium, magnesium and iron 

See? Boring? Few options? Of course not! So start now enjoying the health benefits of a healthy (balanced and rich in variety) diet!

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