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Healthy Foods You Need Regularly

By Sara Butler

Trendy diets tend to restrict a variety of foods. Sometimes it is carbohydrates, sometimes it's sugar. It may even be grains in some! But most diets contain a list of foods you should eat and there are some foods so universally healthy for you, they appear on almost every list.

Including these foods in your diet can help you to reach your health goals. Plus, it's a good idea to shift your thinking about the foods you eat to what you should eat instead of what you shouldn't. Here is a list of foods that are so good for you, you should eat them every day.

Leafy Green Vegetables

Leafy green vegetables such as chard, spinach, and kale should be a big part of everyone's diet. They're full of vital minerals and vitamins, such as Vitamin C, Vitamin K, Vitamin K, and iron which are incredibly good for you. Plus, they're a lot more versatile than you may think.

Most people assume they have to eat these greens as a part of a salad, but the truth is that you can incorporate them into all kinds of foods. Throw them in soups, smoothies, casseroles, or even in homemade spaghetti sauce. They easily fold into a morning scramble, too.


Avocados are really good for you. They are really rich in something called monounsaturated fats, which are great for your heart. They also happen to be full of fiber, which is great for your gut and for your digestive health. Just one-half of an avocado can provide a whopping seven grams of fiber to help you reach your daily goals.

The best part is that avocados can be eaten in a lot of ways. You can have it on some whole-grain toast, throw it in a smoothie, or even make brownies with it. There are many ways to incorporate avocados into your daily diet.


If you're looking for some protein that packs a punch, then you've found it in salmon. This fish is full of something called omega-3 fatty acids. They are very good for your heart and for your blood pressure. According to the American Heart Association, you should aim to have a serving of fatty fish like salmon at least two times per week to keep your heart healthy.

Of course, salmon doesn't have to just be for dinner. You can also use it in salads, slice it thin to put on top of whole-grain toast, or roast it in the oven. It's versatile and delicious.

To learn more about your health, wellness, and fitness, see your local chiropractor at The Joint Chiropractic in Katy, Tex.

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