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The Top Healthiest Foods on Earth

Eating healthy has tons of positive benefits for both the body and the mind. When we eat good we feel good, when we feel good, we are happier, and when we are happier, we are more productive. Increasingly, the restaurant industry around the world is getting on the healthy-eating bandwagon, making it convenient for people to stay healthy. We have brought you a list of the healthiest foods in the world to understand the vital vitamins and minerals the human body needs to stay functioning at its best.

  1. SPINACH – This nutrient-dense leafy superfood is easily available fresh, frozen and even canned. Spinach is one of the healthiest foods and it is full of energy while being low in calories. It provides Vitamin A, Vitamin K and important folate.
  2. BLACK BEANS – Filled with antioxidants, black beans digest relatively slowly, keeping you full for longer durations. The little beans are full of calcium, protein and fibre.
  3. WALNUTS – With more antioxidants than any other nut, walnuts are also brimming with Vitamin E, and rich in plant serums, omega three oils, and healthy fats.
  4. BEETS – Good for the brain and great at lowering blood pressure, the beet is popularly known as one of the healthiest foods. The bright coloured root vegetable is filled with folate, magnesium and Vitamin C.
  5. AVOCADO – Eating even one or two avocados a week will give you all the benefit of healthy monounsaturated fats, loads of folate and Vitamin B6.
  6. DARK CHOCOLATE – According to research, chocolate contains a good amount of antioxidants, when compared to most fruit juices. That indeed is an excellent news for chocolate lovers. Moreover, dark chocolate is also a natural mood-booster.
  7. RASPBERRIES – Like most other berries, raspberries too are full of antioxidants, to help keep the body healthy. Fresh and frozen, they also provide Vitamin C, iron and calcium.
  8. GARLIC – Garlic has been used to drive away diseases for centuries. This is because it inhibits the growth of bacteria, has some severe anti-inflammatory power and lowers cholesterol and blood pressure.
  9. LEMON – Lemons have strong anti-inflammatory properties and can help in inhibiting the growth of cancer cells. They also have a high quantity of Vitamin C.
  10. LENTILS – Last but not least, this mighty legume is high in fibre and protein. It adds great taste and texture to any meal. Vegans and Vegetarians often prefer it as a substitute for meat.

Healthy lifestyle: Keys to a longer life

  1. Eat a variety of foods – To maintain good health, we need around 40 different nutrients, and no single food source can supply all. Therefore, it is essential to make balanced food choices over time. A low-fat dinner could follow a high-fat lunch.
  2. Base your diet on foods rich in carbohydrates – Around half the calories in our diet must come from carbohydrate-rich food, such as rice, potatoes and bread. It is essential to include at least one of these at every meal.
  3. Replace saturated with unsaturated fat – Fats are essential for the proper functioning of the body. However, too much fat can negatively affect our cardiovascular health. Consumption of total and saturated fats must be limited. Avoid trans-fat altogether. When cooking, prefer boiling, steaming or baking rather than frying.
  4. Enjoy plenty of fruits and vegetables – Fruits and vegetables are the most essential foods for providing vitamins, minerals and fibre. We should try to eat at least two servings a day. For instance, a glass of fresh fruit juice at breakfast, an apple and a piece of papaya as snacks and a good portion of different vegetables at each meal can make a lot of difference.
  5. Reduce salt and sugar intake – A high consumption of salt can result in high blood pressure and increased risk of cardiovascular diseases. When shopping, choose low sodium products. When cooking, substitute salt with spices. When eating, do not keep salt at the table and do not add salt before tasting. Now, sugar provides sweetness, but sugary foods and drinks are rich in energy and can be enjoyed in moderation as occasional treats. Use fruits instead to sweeten foods and beverages.
  6. Drink plenty of fluids – We need to drink at least 1.5 litres of fluid every day. Even more, if it is a scorching day or if we are physically active.
  7. Get on the move and make it a habit – Physical activity is vital for people with any body type, any weight range and health conditions. It helps in burning off the extra calories and is good for the heart and circulatory system. Physical exercise maintains or even increases our muscle mass. Physical activity helps us focus and improves overall well-being. We do not have to be top athletes to get on the move. We all could start using the stairs instead of the elevator, go for a walk during lunch breaks and make time for weekend activities.



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