It is true that every day we have more and more information about foods and their health benefits. And it is also true that sometimes yesterday’s villain is today’s hero (just Google about egg and butter and you can get a better idea about this).
That is why it is more important to use your common sense: to avoid getting lost or following trendy diets. Even superfoods in over amounts can be bad for your health.
Regardless if you follow any restrictive diet (lifestyle and/or medical reasons), it is important to include not only a rich healthy menu, but also include variety and balance in your choices.
7 foods you should eat everyday is about balancing all 05 food groups like vegetables, fruits, good fat etc. And it is more effective if it is part of your lifestyle: a healthy diet to support healthy habits like exercises, sleeping hours, relaxing moments.
Beans, peas, soybeans, chickpeas, lentils etc. Rich in protein, iron, fibers and B Vitamin Check out at Grains & Legumes Nutrition Council, also at Eat for Health websites
Lettuce, onion, radish, carrot etc. Rich in carbohydrates, fibers, water and vitamins. The darker the greenish colour, the more minerals you get like calcium, phosphor and iron, and the Western Australia Government has a list available to have a look.
Banana, pineapple, berries, orange, pear, apple etc. Rich in vitamins and minerals.
Brown rice, oatmeal, popcorn, whole what based food. Rich in fibres, minerals and vitamins
Chicken breast, fish, omelette. Rich in vitamins and minerals.
Nonfat milk, natural yogurt, low fat cheese are rich in calcium .Great information about Milk Group at Earth for Heath website.
And always, drink plenty of water during your day.