- oatmeal; Daily consumption of a bowl of oatmeal can lower blood cholesterol, because of its beta-glucan content. Oatmeal is made of oat groats (i.e. grains) that have either been ground, crushed, steel-cut, or rolled. Ground oats are also called “white oats”. Steel-cut oats are known as “coarse oatmeal” or “Irish oatmeal” or “pinhead oats”
- almonds: this is world healthiest food, it is a seed of the fruit of the almond tree, a medium-size tree that bears fragrant pink and white flowers (nut). Almonds are packed with vitamins, minerals, protein, and fiber, and are associated with a number of health benefits. Just a handful of almonds, approximately 1 ounce, contains one-eighth of our daily protein needs.
- Eggs: eggs are among the few foods that I would classify as “super foods.”They are loaded with nutrients. eggs are pretty much the perfect food, they contain a little bit of almost every nutrient we need. Whole eggs are among the most nutritious foods on the planet, containing a little bit of almost every nutrient we need. Omega-3 enriched and/or pastured eggs are even healthier.
note: Eggs Are High in Cholesterol, But They Don’t Adversely Affect Blood Cholesterol. However… it’s important to keep in mind that cholesterol in the diet doesn’t necessarily raise cholesterol in the blood
- berries: a berry is a small, pulpy and often edible fruit. Berries are usually juicy, rounded, brightly colored, sweet or sour, and do not have a stone or pit, although many pips or seeds may be present. Berries such as blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries are packed full of nutrients and are lower in sugar than other types of fruit such as mangoes or bananas. That’s why berries are often lauded as great fat–burning food.
5. lean meats: Lean Beef to protein packed Chicken and even sensational Seafood, we have an extensive gourmet range of super lean, extra tasty and highly nutritious meats. Eating lean cuts of meat helps you control the amount of saturated fat and calories you consume. Choose skinless chicken breasts to keep saturated fat and cholesterol low.
6. whole grains: A whole grain is a cereal grain that contains the germ, endosperm, and bran, in contrast to refined grains, which retain only the endosperm. Whole grains or foods made from them contain all the essential parts and naturally-occurring nutrients of the entire grain seed in their original proportions. If the grain has been processed (e.g., cracked, crushed, rolled, extruded, and/or cooked), the food product should deliver the same rich balance of nutrients that are found in the original grain seed.
List of whole grains
- Corn, including whole cornmeal and popcorn.
- Oats, including oatmeal.
- Rice, both brown rice and colored rice.
7. green veggies: mustard greens, collard greens, cabbage and broccoli are cruciferous leafy greens. Cruciferous vegetables are high in nutrients and contain glucosinolates, which inhibit the growth of certain cancers.