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Title- 21 Healthy Foods to try and Eat Everyday

Page title: 21 of the Healthiest Foods to Try and Eat Every Day

Meta Description: If you want to stay healthy and keep your body in good form, you need to eat healthily every day. Try these 21 healthy foods to stay on track.

Superfoods, To The Rescue!

It’s often so much easier to reach for a chocolate bar, nutrition-less sandwich, or a fizzy drink than it is to prepare healthy snacks and meals ahead of time. You’re busy; you’re always on the go, so you need foods that are going to fill your tank and give your body what it needs to keep up with the pace of your life. The fast pace means less time to prepare, but not taking the time to prepare healthy snacks or at least know what you can eat that will nourish your body properly will come back to haunt you later. That’s where we come in! We’ve put together a list of twenty-one of the best foods for your body. These are things that you should be striving to eat every day, things that your body can turn into good fuel to keep you happy and healthy. These are the superfoods to know and love; let us introduce you!

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Oatmeal

One of the most versatile breakfast foods! Full of fiber, a heart disease helper, and just plain delicious, you can prepare oatmeal the night before (overnight oats) or fresh off the stove if you have the time in the mornings. Steel-cut varieties are best.

Avocado

One-half cup of avo, and you’ve gotten almost your entire daily dose of fiber! Avo is the cream of the crop and is high in cholesterol-lowering monounsaturated fats. It can be used in all kinds of sweet and savory treats.

Walnuts

These little powerhouses can be your go-to for omega-3 fatty acids (those are the fats that deal with cholesterol) and raise the LDL fats that are actually good for you.

Mushrooms

Talk about versatility! Mushrooms are a great meat substitute if you’re a vegetarian or if you’re not. If you replace beef with these bad boys, you can cut out about 400 calories in one sitting. Remember not to go into a calorie deficit!

Eggs

Egg whites can offer you protein with no calories, and egg yolks are rich in Vitamin A and B12. If you’re pregnant, the choline in eggs is particularly good for you!

Greek Yoghurt

If you want delicious, creamy goodness and eight ounces more protein than in a serving of regular yogurt, you’ve come to the right place. Plus, the probiotics in the yogurt improve digestion and immunity.

Edamame

For those who don’t know, these are young soybeans that are jam-packed with fiber and have the same amount of protein as roast turkey!

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Kiwi

These fuzzy little green guys contain twice (that’s right) the amount of vitamin C as oranges, ounce for ounce, and nearly the same amount of potassium as bananas—a double whammy.

Sweet Potatoes

Hello, antioxidants and beta-carotene! We know you love the fries, but try steaming them for a slightly healthier option from time to time.

Kale

Kale gets a lot of hate, but it’s definitely worth trying. You’ll get loads of vitamin C, beta-carotene, calcium, and oxidants, all from one little plant.

Barley

Hold the hops! Another fiber-filled cholesterol fighter on our list is barley. You can use the quick-cooking variety if you’re in a rush or the hulled variety if time is on your side.

Pumpkin

It’s not just a Halloween decoration! This squash will keep your skin healthy with antioxidants and your blood pressure regulated with potassium.

Nut Butter

Peanut and almond butter, especially (just nuts and salt) are the best options here because they are loaded with protein.

Chard

Leafy greens are the best; Chard is supercharged with calcium, B vitamins, and beta-carotene, as well as fiber. Try to eat it raw or steamed.

Bulgur

Lots of people have never even heard of bulgur, but when you know, you know! More fiber than brown rice with a potassium, B vitamin, and calcium boost.

Whole Grain Pasta

If you eat whole grain instead of semolina, you’ll be consuming three times the amount of fiber per serving!

Black Beans

Hello, burritos! Top yours off with antioxidants and magnesium, which help to maintain your nerve and muscle function.

Spinach

The holy grail of leafy greens, you’ll get loads of iron, folate, and flavonoids which are antioxidant-loaded compounds from spinach. Toss it in a smoothie or eat it with a main meal.

Quinoa

While it might look like any old grain, it’s actually a herbaceous plant. A complete protein in and of itself, quinoa has all nine amino acids.

Lentils

The folate in lentils can prevent congenital disabilities, so eat up if you’re pregnant! They’re also overflowing with protein.

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Wild Salmon

Pretty in pink, wild salmon gives you glowing skin and a mood boost: who would turn that down? Wild is exposed to fewer toxins than the farmed variety.

Wrap Up

To make things even better, the foods on this list are ingredients that could make up a number of delicious dishes! Which ones will you try first?

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