The top healthiest food in the world

Why were these foods chosen as the healthiest?

The healthiest foods we picked here may not be on everyone’s list and you might think differently. But these foods contain essential vitamins and minerals that the human body needs to function at its best. Plus, as an added incentive, they are all delicious and you’ll be a pleasure to eat.
Spinach
If that’s good enough for Popeye, it’s good enough for you. Spinach is a Super-food rich in nutrients, and thanks to its increasing popularity, it is easily available in almost all supermarkets. Whether fresh, frozen, or even canned, as our pipe-smoking friend prefers, it’s delicious. Spinach is one of the healthiest foods on the planet, it’s full of energy while low in calories. It is also a great source of vitamins A, K, and essential folic acid.
Garlic
Agreed, it might make your breath smell, but trust us, the benefits it provides are worth it. Garlic has been used to fight diseases for hundreds of years because it inhibits the growth of bacteria. It also lowers cholesterol and blood pressure and is a powerful anti-inflammatory. So look beyond the smell and buy some mouthwash and get some garlic.

Lemon
Lemon is widely regarded in the health industry as the world’s healthiest food. Sour fruit is a strong alkaline food; They have powerful anti-inflammatory properties and can help prevent the growth of cancer cells. They help both the liver and intestines, and they also contain the same amount of vitamin C as oranges. So, when the world gives you lemons, say thank you, add a slice to some water and enjoy.
Beetroot
The purple vegetable is sometimes overlooked when it comes to being one of the healthiest foods available. But there are arguments that it could still be a superfood, and we agree. Beetroot is good for the brain and can lower blood pressure. Even recent health claims suggest that it enhances exercise performance and can help prevent dementia. These root vegetables are packed with folic acid, magnesium, and vitamin C, so start adding them to your salads from now on.
Dark Chocolate
Yes, you read it right, we put chocolate on our list of healthy foods – chocolate addicts everywhere should be jumping for joy. Research shows that chocolate contains more antioxidants than most fruit juices by gram for gram. Dark chocolate is high in antioxidants (which are on par or greater than many superfoods) that provide protection from disease-causing free radicals. It may help prevent cancer and improve heart health and is beneficial for your overall cholesterol profile. Plus it’s a natural mood booster, so you’ll be happy eating it! Please remember, this doesn’t mean you can eat the whole family bar to yourself and feel better. You need to eat in healthy moderation, just one or two squares a day is enough to reap the benefits without piling on the pounds and be sure to find a lightly processed bar with at least 70% cocoa content.
Lentil
These have been an essential part of Middle Eastern and Indian cuisines for thousands of years. Now thanks to their health benefits, they have made their way to the UK. Lentils are rich in fiber and protein, and their nutritional benefits include the ability to improve and maintain a healthy heart, aid in healthy weight loss, fight blood sugar fluctuations that can lead to diabetes or low energy levels, and improve digestive health. If you are a vegetarian or vegan, you probably already love lentils and use them as a meat substitute in your recipes. If you haven’t had it before, trust us, add it to your salad, stew or stew and enjoy the benefits.
Raspberry
Blueberries are the most consumed berries in the world, packed with antioxidants, vitamin C, and iron. Research has shown that increasing your consumption of these medications reduces the risk of obesity, diabetes and heart disease, promotes healthy skin, increased energy and overall lower weight. So the next time you’re in the fruit aisle, be sure to put some berries in your basket.

Walnuts
As far as nuts go, it’s a mixed bag (pauses for laughs), some really good for you and some not. Walnuts contain more antioxidants than any other type of nut and are also high in vitamin E, plan serums, omega-3 oils, and healthy fats. Studies show that walnuts are as effective as olive oil in reducing inflammation and oxidation in the arteries after a heavy meal. With most of our healthy foods, they should be eaten in moderation, because many of them are not good. It is recommended to eat about 8 nuts per day to achieve the benefits.

Salmon
This fish is an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, which are linked to a reduced risk of depression, heart disease, and cancer. A 3-ounce serving will contain nearly 50% of your daily dose of niacin which can protect the body from Alzheimer’s disease and memory loss, which is why it’s known as brain food. It is high in protein, vitamins and minerals – potassium, selenium and vitamin B12.
Avocado
Avocados can divide people, they are the killer of the fruit world. So what if we told you that eating 1 or 2 weeks would give you all the health benefits of monounsaturated fats, potassium, folic acid, and vitamins K, C, B5, B6, and E! Avocados are incredibly nutritious, loaded with heart-healthy fatty acids and rich in fiber. The benefits of eating this “alligator pear” is to lower cholesterol and triglyceride levels, they protect your eyes, relieve arthritis symptoms and may help prevent cancer. So if you haven’t tried it please do and if you don’t like it maybe give it another chance.