Long-Storage, Nutritious Foods List

Herbs that have been dried are low in calories, fat, cholesterol, and sugar, but high in all other nutrients.

Dried Herbs

Brown Rice

In addition to vitamins and minerals, grains are a wonderful source of carbohydrates, protein, and fiber.

Kidney Beans

In addition to being rich in fiber, protein, vitamins, and minerals, the majority of legumes also contain all of the essential amino acids.

Dried fruit, which is rich in vitamins and minerals, can also be an excellent source of calories, carbohydrates, and energy.

Dried Apricots

If vitamin D is added, dehydrated milk can be an essential source of vitamin B12, calcium, and vitamin D.

Dehydrated Milk

Cocoa Powder

Cocoa powder can be combined with dehydrated milk and is an excellent source of zinc, magnesium, iron, and protein.

Health Advantages: Dried Seaweed is the finest natural source of iodine.

Dried Seaweed

Health Benefits of Food Canned in Tins: There are a variety of fruits, vegetables, salmon, meats, beans, and soups available in cans.

Canned Foods

Cucumber slices preserved in vinegar Pickled foods can be an excellent source of lipids (such as olives), fiber, and vitamin K.

9 Pickled Foods

Although pickled foods have a lengthy shelf life, they typically do not last as long as canned foods.

Coconut oil may prevent heart disease by minimizing LDL oxidation, despite its high saturated fat content.

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil has a two-year shelf life when stored in a cold, dark location.

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