Must Eat Foods For A Healthy Diet


Protein, fiber, antioxidants, fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals can all be found in abundance in nuts. 

Nuts, while delicious, are high in calories, so moderation is key

Oily Fish

The health advantages of oily fish including salmon, mackerel, sardines, and trout are well-known.

Again, this is true only if consumed in moderation. Two to four servings each week is the sweet spot.

It's only recently that beets have been given the superfood label.


Vitamin C, crucial for tissue growth and repair, is only one of several vitamins and minerals that may be found in abundance in this adaptable vegetable.


Of course, we can't limit ourselves to only onions; garlic, leeks, and chives also belong to this family. 

All of these have the potential to significantly improve health.

Everybody has heard the old adage "Eat your greens" at some point.

Dark Leafy Greens

Our parents were right, it seems. Health-promoting phytonutrients abound in dark, leafy greens like spinach, watercress, and kale.

Quinoa is often used in place of grains like wheat or oats because of its versatility and high nutritional value.


Magnesium, manganese, iron, calcium, potassium, and a number of B vitamins are just some of the minerals that may be found in abundance in this food.

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