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Best healthy foods - top healthy foods

Updated on October 19, 2009

Best healthy foods - top healthy foods

An idea on best healthy foods and top healthy foods you need !


Everyone wants to live healthy by making perfect exercises and diet plan. As, healthy eating and physical fitness go together. If you really want to stay healthy then try to go for varieties because there are no magic foods that cause you to be 100% healthy by just eating the one food. Along with varieties to watch what and how much you are eating?

Best healthy foods - top healthy foods

Here are some tops healthy foods:



Berries are really good source of vitamin C and other anti oxidants. It is essential to add different berries varieties in to your healthy food menu for best.

Ripe blueberries are best source of vitamin C and also rich in other anti-oxidants for maintaining the health of your circulatory system.

Gogi berries are  also rich source of many nutrients for keeping our body nutritionally and physically fit.


Citrus foods:

Citrus foods are well known for valuable source of vitamin C. In order to get best nutrition try to go for fully ripped citrus fruits. Add some grapefruits to your breakfast. Add a dash of fresh squeezed lime to your salad as a dressing.


We all know the nutritive value of vegetables. If you are a vegetarian or vegan then try to go for varieties of vegetables. Your vegetable group provides many of the minerals required in a best healthy food menu. Eat banana if you want extra potassium.

Whole Grains

This type of food are also found in varieties therefore, like many other of the best healthy foods,  go for varieties rather that going only for one type as, choosing only one type of whole grain for your meals doesn't provide all the variety you need to be nutritionally sound. It is always better to mix two or more whole grains together for complete proteins and nutrients.



Salmon is lean fish with highest nutritive value. Salmon is the best source of Omega-3 oils that helps improve the brain functions.


Soybeans, peas, dried beans and peanuts are some common examples of legumes. Legumes are rich best sources of iron and fiber, making them excellent nutritional choices of healthy food menu.


Nuts and seeds

Nuts and seeds are excellent sources of nutrients that your body needs to carry out many functions. Like, flax seeds are good food for brain functioning, containing critical non-meat sources of the Omega-3 oil.


Lean proteins

Proteins are called muscle building blocks, used for building muscles. Try to eat 1 to 1.4 grams protein per pound of your lean body mass. Try to use non meat substitutes such as the complete proteins found in vegetable dishes like beans and brown rice.



Green tea is becoming famous day by day, you can get an energy boost from a cup of green tea or you can also choose chamomile tea for calming effect. Herbal teas are soothing, tasty and good for you and non herbal teas will help you to stay alert.


Olive oil

Olive oil is the best source of healthy fat. But make it sure that the temperature is not too hot so that the oil is broken down.



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