Healthy Foods To Add To Your Eating List

Posted on Thursday, 21st July 2022

Healthy Foods To Add To Your Eating List

Trying to remain healthy at all times and proactively choose food options that are genuinely going to be good for you can be tricky at times. You might not know how to cook a certain food or whether it is classed as healthy due to so many diet fads circulating which can begin to cloud your judgement. So here we have put together a short list of foods that can either be eaten on their own or cooked and incorporated into a tasty meal.


Avocados are a great food to add to your meals. They are very healthy as they contain an abundance of goodness which includes Vitamins E, C, K and B6, but also magnesium, riboflavin, potassium and omega-3 (the same goodness found in oily fish). They are an ideal food to eat as they provide a slow release of energy which can help you feel fuller for longer and help you cut back on your sugar cravings. You can eat them smashed on wholemeal bread with some poached eggs, cut up into a salad or turned into a smooth tasty guacamole. The options are endless really. As they can even be used in sweet treats such as brownies.

Soft Cheese

Soft cheeses can be a great option if you want a cheese that is going to be easy to digest and can be added to salads or meals to add a soft texture. Soft cheeses like ricotta or homemade paneer (Indian cottage cheese) are great options if you want an easy to eat cheese that is also healthy. They do not contain any added ingredients or preservatives and are low in fat, so they can definitely be a great option in the dairy section.


Carrots are an easy to use and versatile vegetable that you can easily add to your meals. They are full of goodness as they provide a variety of good vitamins and minerals such as vitamin A and B6, but also contain soluble fiber and water. They are an ideal vegetable to use if you are diabetic due to their low GI (Glycemic Index) content. You can sauté, roast, boil, mash or steam them, to add to a variety of tasty meals whilst also getting a nutritional boost.


As long as you are not vegan then you can certainly enjoy incorporating eggs into your diet due to their goodness. They are easy to cook and can be included in a variety of different meals. The good thing is that they are very easy and quick to cook, which is ideal when you do not want to spend too much time cooking.

Eggs contain Vitamin D, Vitamin E, Folate and protein which is ideal if you want something that is going to keep you feeling full for longer and not dip your sugar levels. This is an ideal breakfast choice as a result. A few eggs a day is a great way to ensure that you maintain a healthy diet and boost your brain power. So get scrambling, poaching, or boiling.

With these easy to incorporate healthy foods you will soon notice a positive difference to your eating habits.

This is a collaborative post.

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