90 Foods That Will Help You Look Great and Feel Great

I bet you have all heard the saying “You are what you eat! If you only eat fries and chicken, you are fast and cheap!” No?
Ok, then I bet you have heard of this other one, “Let thy food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” It’s a legit quote…from Hippocrates I might add.

Now that you have looked up whether that quote is real and that I didn’t make it up, it is important to note that not all foods are created equal and not all are good for you. Some foods are unhealthy while some have zero nutrition and just make you consume empty calories while giving you a bloated and unflattering stomach in the process.
If you are tired of feeling all bloated and lethargic and constantly being on diets that actually do more harm than good. Here is a list of 50 healthy foods that you should include in your diet if you want to not only look great but also feel great.

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BEVREAGES
Mineral water
Green tea
All sorts of teas
Organic coffee
Cocoa
Soy and Almond milk
Coconut milk
Natural vegetable and Fruit juices

Grains

GRAINS
Wholemeal bread (rye)
Buckwheat
Millet
Wholemeal pasta
Brown rice
Wild rice
Muesli without sugar
Oat bran
Wheat bran
Wheat germ
Quinoa
Corn flour

Vegetables

VEGETABLES
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Spinach
Broccoli
Brussels sprout
Beetroot
Onions
Garlic
Pumpkin
Cauliflower
Cabbage
Lettuce
Carrot
Olives
Parsley
Tomatoes
Radish
Potatoes
Sweet potatoes
Zucchini
Cucumber
Eggplants

Bell peppers

Fruits

FRUITS
Apple
Mango
Banana
Lemons and Limes
Avocado
Watermelon
Kiwifruit
Fig
Pawpaw
Grapefruit
Blackberries
Strawberries
Raspberries
Cherries
Apricots
Peaches
Oranges
Grapes
Cranberries

Plums

Nuts and seeds

NUTS AND SEEDS
Almonds
Peanuts
Cashew nuts
Walnuts
Hazelnuts

Pistachio nuts
Pumpkin seeds
Chia seeds
Sunflower seeds
Sesame seeds
Flaxseed

protein products

PROTEIN PRODUCTS
Beans
Lentils
Soybean
Tofu
Peas
Eggs
Chicken
Beef (lean or grass-fed)
Liver
Fish (salmon, tilapia, red snapper, tuna, omena)
Kefir
Yogurt
Feta cheese

olive oil

FATS
Virgin olive oil
Butter
Rapeseed oil
Linseed oil

dark chocolate

SNACKS
Dark chocolate
Hummus
Dates
Dried fruits

Remember that all foods should be eaten in moderation and should be prepared well and served in good portions. It is important that we ensure our meals are well balanced and offer us utmost nutrition. sometimes eating raw food is even considered better for your body.

Combine healthy eating and exercise and you have a killer combination which can even benefit other areas of your wellbeing including your mental health. Now, isn’t that a win?

Health is wealth. Do right by yourself.

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