News The World’s Most Nutritious Foods, eat these foods for health!

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  1. TidWell Steel Belt

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    This is a very good article if you guys who are into organic foods and eating clean from mother nature and earth not processed junks with chemicals. These are the top immune boosting and health foods backed by scientific research.

    After analysing more than 1,000 raw foods, researchers ranked the ingredients that provide the best balance of your daily nutritional requirements – and they found a few surprises.

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    100. SWEET POTATO (v)

    86kcal, $0.21, per 100g

    A bright orange tuber, sweet potatoes are only distantly related to potatoes. They are rich in beta-carotene.

    NUTRITIONAL SCORE: 49

    99. FIGS (v)

    249kcal, $0.81, per 100g

    Figs have been cultivated since ancient times. Eaten fresh or dried, they are rich in the mineral manganese.

    NUTRITIONAL SCORE: 49

    98. GINGER (v)

    80kcal, $0.85, per 100g

    Ginger contains high levels of antioxidants. In medicine, it is used as a digestive stimulant and to treat colds.

    NUTRITIONAL SCORE: 49

    97. PUMPKIN (v)

    26kcal, $0.20, per 100g

    Pumpkins are rich in yellow and orange pigments. Especially xanthophyll esters and beta-carotene.

    NUTRITIONAL SCORE: 50

    96. BURDOCK ROOT (v)

    72kcal, $1.98, per 100g

    Used in folk medicine and as a vegetable, studies suggest burdock can aid fat loss and limit inflammation.

    NUTRITIONAL SCORE: 50

    95. BRUSSELS SPROUTS (v)

    43kcal, $0.35, per 100g

    A type of cabbage. Brussels sprouts originated in Brussels in the 1500s. They are rich in calcium and vitamin C.

    NUTRITIONAL SCORE: 50

    94. BROCCOLI (v)

    34kcal, $0.42, per 100g

    Broccoli heads consist of immature flower buds and stems. US consumption has risen five-fold in 50 years.

    NUTRITIONAL SCORE: 50

    93. CAULIFLOWER (v)

    31kcal, $0.44, per 100g

    Unlike broccoli, cauliflower heads are degenerate shoot tips that are frequently white, lacking green chlorophyll.

    NUTRITIONAL SCORE: 50

    92. WATER CHESTNUTS (v)

    97kcal, $1.50, per 100g

    The water chestnut is not a nut at all, but an aquatic vegetable that grows in mud underwater within marshes.

    NUTRITIONAL SCORE: 50

    91. CANTALOUPE MELONS (v)

    34kcal, $0.27, per 100g

    One of the foods richest in glutathione, an antioxidant that protects cells from toxins including free radicals.

    NUTRITIONAL SCORE: 50

    90. PRUNES (v)

    240kcal, $0.44, per 100g

    Dried plums are very rich in health-promoting nutrients such as antioxidants and anthocyanins.

    NUTRITIONAL SCORE: 50

    89. COMMON OCTOPUS

    82kcal, $1.50, per 100g

    Though nutritious, recent evidence suggests octopus can carry harmful shellfish toxins and allergens.

    NUTRITIONAL SCORE: 50

    88. CARROTS (v)

    36kcal, $0.40, per 100g

    Carrots first appeared in Afghanistan 1,100 years ago. Orange carrots were grown in Europe in the 1500s.

    NUTRITIONAL SCORE: 51

    87. WINTER SQUASH (v)

    34kcal, $0.24, per 100g

    Unlike summer squashes, winter squashes are eaten in the mature fruit stage. The hard rind is usually not eaten.

    NUTRITIONAL SCORE: 51

    86. JALAPENO PEPPERS (v)

    29kcal, $0.66, per 100g

    The same species as other peppers. Carotenoid levels are 35 times higher in red jalapenos that have ripened.

    NUTRITIONAL SCORE: 51

    85. RHUBARB (v)

    21kcal, $1.47, per 100g

    Rhubarb is rich in minerals, vitamins, fibre and natural phytochemicals that have a role in maintaining health.

    NUTRITIONAL SCORE: 51

    84. POMEGRANATES (v)

    83kcal, $1.31, per 100g

    Their red and purple colour is produced by anthocyanins that have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

    NUTRITIONAL SCORE: 51

    83. RED CURRANTS (v)

    56kcal, $0.44, per 100g

    Red currants are also rich in anthocyanins. White currants are the same species as red, whereas black currants differ.

    NUTRITIONAL SCORE: 51

    82. ORANGES (v)

    46kcal, $0.37, per 100g

    Most citrus fruits grown worldwide are oranges. In many varieties, acidity declines with fruit ripeness.

    NUTRITIONAL SCORE: 51

    81. CARP

    127kcal, $1.40, per 100g

    A high proportion of carp is protein, around 18%. Just under 6% is fat, and the fish contains zero sugar.

    NUTRITIONAL SCORE: 51

    For the full list visit the link:


    https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20180126-the-100-most-nutritious-foods
     
  2. Eiffel-sixtyFight Green Belt

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    I like celery
     
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  4. NoGoodNamesLeft Red Belt

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    Is tub of crem chees2 on that listM?
     
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    An apple a day keeps the doctor away
     
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  7. KBE6EKCTAH_CCP Throwing my apanyent

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    What a garbage link. They asked for a survey, clicked no, pop up stayed there.
     
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    Instead of posting 1-20 you post 81-100? Murican edumacation.
     
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    Eating raw food!!!!

    No thanks that kills me..
     
  11. TidWell Steel Belt

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    I thought you were about health, whats wrong with raw veggies?
     
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    My digestive system doesn't like raw food.. makes me ill..
     
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    Good list Tidwell.
    Love these bad boys to munch on before
    knock out/ crash late at night.
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    Not a yahoo link, do not trust.
     
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  16. loyalyolayal Yellow Card Yellow Card

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    Idk what's stopping the US in turning this invasive species into fishdicks.
     
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    That’s an old article, but the data still stands for the most part. Pretty interesting how there’s no meat on the list except for fish, and the only animal product is pork fat.
     
  18. TidWell Steel Belt

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    do you steam or boil them at least?
     
  19. Killer Whale Blue Belt

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    Nothing, I have cuzzy’s who own a massive fish farm in Kansas and they have a shitload of carp. They also have catfish and bass.
     
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  20. TidWell Steel Belt

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    well its a scientific backed study and red meat causes digestive issues and heart issues and cholesterol issues. red meat is the best for testosterone and muscle production though
     

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