The 50 Most Healthiest Foods In The World

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Healthy Foods List

(1) Sweet Potato - are super rich in beta-carotene.

(2) Figs - are eaten fresh or dried, they are rich in minerals including manganese, potassium, calcium, iron and copper.

(3) Ginger - contain high levels of antioxidants that can help protect the body from cancer.

(4) Pumpkin - are rich in yellow and orange pigments. Especially xanthophyll esters and beta-carotene.

(5) Burdock Root - are good source of vitamin C, vitamin B, vitamin E and vitamin K. Studies suggest Burdock Root can aid fat loss and limit inflammation.

(6) Brussels Sprout - are rich in calcium and vitamin C. Brussels Sprout may balance blood sugar levels.

(7) Broccoli - is low in calories and high in fiber, vitamins and minerals. Several studies have proven that Broccoli helps prevent various types of cancer.

(8) Cauliflower - contain vitamin C, vitamin K, vitamin B6, pantothenic acid and folate.

(9) Water Chestnuts - is not a nut at all, but an aquatic vegetables that grows in marshes, underwater, in the mud and has a fine taste and a crunchy texture. They are rich in zinc, potassium and vitamin B.

(10) Cantaloupe Melons - are super rich in glutathione, an antioxidant that protects cells from toxins including free radicals.

(11) Prunes - are very rich in health promoting nutrients such as antioxidants and anthocyanins.

(12) Common Octopus - contain zinc, calcium, copper, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, vitamin B12 and selenium. Recent studies suggests Octopus can carry harmful shellfish, toxins and allergens.

(13) Carrots - contain many nutrients, such as: beta-carotene, zeaxanthin, lutein, vitamin A, vitamin K, vitamin B and vitamin C.

(14) Winter Squash - are rich source of vitamin A. The rich source of fiber in Winter Squash may help with digestion and may assist in the prevention of constipation.

(15) Jalapeno Peppers - same species as other peppers. Carotenoid levels are 40 times higher in red Jalapenos that have ripened.

(16) Rhubarb - are rich in minerals, vitamins, fibre and natural phytochemicals, which have a role in maintaining health.

(17) Pomegranates - red and purple color of Pomegranates is produced by anthocyanins, which have antioxidants and anti-inflammatory effects.

(18) Red Currants - are rich in anthocyanins. Eating Red Currants have impressive health benefits.

(19) Oranges - most citrus fruits grown worldwide are Oranges. Oranges are rich in vitamin C and A, flavonoids, antioxidants, calcium, magnesium, potassium and dietary fiber.

(20) Carp - a high proportion of Carp is protein, around 20%. Just under 5% is fat, and the fish contains zero sugar.

(21) Hubbard Squash - a variety of the species Cucurbita maxim. Tear-drop shaped, they are often cooked in lieu of pumpkins.

(22) Kumquats - contain wide variety of essentials oils, including limonene, alpha-pinene and monoterpenes. Kumquats are also super rich in vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium, potassium and fiber.

(23) Pompano - often called jacks, Florida Pompanos are frequently caught in western Atlantic, fish usually weighing under 2kg.

(24) Pink Salmon - are rich in fatty acids, such as omega-3s, that improves blood cholesterol levels.

(25) Prunus Cerasus - is loaded with vitamin C, phytochemicals and antioxidants. Consuming Prunus Cerasus in your everyday diet will provide many health benefits.

(26) Rainbow Trout - closely related to salmon, Rainbow Trout are medium-sized pacific fish also rich in omega-3s.

(27) Perch - pregnant and lactating women are advised not to eat Perch. Through nutritious, it can contain traces of mercury.

(28) Green Beans - are rich in saponins, thought to reduce cholesterol levels.

(29) Red Leaf Lettuce - are super rich in calcium and contains almost no fat or sugar.

(30) Leeks - contain allicin, a chemical element that controls cholesterol level in the blood.

(31) Almonds - rich in mono-unsaturated fatty acids. It has many benefits for your health due to the rich of beneficial nutrients it contain.

(32) Green Kiwifruit - are native to China. Green Kiwifruit are rich in vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin K, folate and potassium. They are loaded with a lot of antioxidants and are a good source of fiber.

(33) Grapefruit - originated in West Indies as a hybrid of the larger pomelo fruit.

(34) Mackerel - an oily fish, one serving can provide 10 times more beneficial fatty acids than a serving of a lean fish like cod.

(35) Chives - though low in energy, Chives are high in vitamin A and vitamin K.

(36) Red Tomatoes - excellent source of vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, folate and potassium.

(37) Eel - good source of riboflavin(vitamin B2), though the skin mucus of Eels can contain harmful marine toxins.

(38) Bluefin Tuna - super rich in omega-3s.

(39) Walnuts - are full of nutrients and healthy fats, proteins, vitamins and minerals.

(40) Apricots - a 'stone' fruit relatively high in sugar, phytoestrogens and antioxidants, including the carotenoid beta-carotene.

(41) Fish Roe - contain high levels of vitamin B-12 and omega-3 fatty acids.

(42) Coriander - are rich in carotenoids, used to treat ills including digestive complaints, coughs, chest pains and fever.

(43) Kale - a leafy salad plant, rich in minerals, iron, phosphorus, calcium, vitamin C and vitamin A.

(44) Clams - lean, protein-rich shellfish. Often eaten lightly cooked, you have to be careful to avoid food poisoning.

(45) Basil - spicy, sweet herb traditionally used to protect the heart. Thought to be an antifungal and antibacterial.

(46) Scallops - a shellfish mainly grown in the UK, France and Eire. It is low in fat, high in protein, fatty acids, potassium and sodium.

(47) Green Peas - contain high levels of iron, zinc, phosphorus, copper, magnesium and dietary fibre.

(48) Watercress - grows in flowing water as a wild plant. Traditionally eaten to cure mineral deficiency.

(49) Snapper - family of mainly marine fish, with red Snapper the best known. Nutritious but can carry dangerous toxins.

(50) Cherimoya - is fleshy and sweet with a white pulp. Rich in sugar, vitamin A, vitamin B1, vitamin C, vitamin B2 and potassium.


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