The following is a list of the healthiest foods that you can get.  This will help you get an idea of what foods are the best for your body.



Apricots contain Beta-carotene, which helps to prevent radical damage and helps to protect the eyes.  A single apricot has 17 calories,  zero fat, and one gram of fiber.  You can eat them dried or soft.


A medium-sized mango packs 57 MG of vitamin C, which is nearly your entire daily dose.  This antioxidant will help prevent arthritis and boost your immune system.  


Cantaloupes contain 117 GG of vitamin C, which is almost twice the recommended amount.  Half a melon has 853 MG of potassium, which is nearly twice as much as a banana, which helps to lower blood pressure.  Half a melon has 97 calories, 1 gram of fat, and 2 grams of fiber.


Tomato can help cut the risk of bladder, stomach, and colon cancers in half if you eat one daily. A tomato has 26 calories, zero fat, and only 1 gram of fiber.



An onion can help to protect against cancer.  A cup of onions offers 61 calories, zero fat, and 3 grams of fiber.


Broccoli can help protect against breast cancer, and it also has a lot of vitamin C and beta-carotene.  One cup of chopped broccoli has 25 calories, zero fat, and 3 grams of fiber.


Spinach has carotenoids that can help fend off macular degeneration, which is a major cause of blindness in older people.  One cup contains 7 calories, zero fat, and 1 gram of fiber.



Peanuts and other nuts can lower your risk of heart disease by 20 percent.  One ounce has 166 calories, 14 grams of fat, and over 2 grams of fiber.  

Pinto beans

A half cut of pinto beans offers more than 25 percent of your daily folate needs, which protects you against heart disease.  Half a cup has 103 calories, 1 gram of fat, and 6 grams of fiber.

Skim milk

Skim milk offers vitamin B2, which is important for good vision and along with Vitamin A could improve allergies.  You also get calcium and vitamin D as well.  One cup has 86 calories, o fat, and zero fiber.



All cold-water fish such as salmon, mackerel, and tuna are excellent sources of omega 3 fatty acids, which help to cut the risk of cardiac disease. A 3-ounce part of salmon has 127 calories, 4 grams of fat, and zero fiber.


Crab is a great source of vitamin B12 and immunity-boosting zinc.  A 3 ounce serving of crab offers  84 calories, 1 gram of fat, and zero fiber.

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