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No Need To Worry about Nutrition If You Have ‘These’ In Your Diet!

Before 2020, when we were living a happy life free of the pandemic, knowing the need for nutritious food for the rest of our lives was not rocket science. The importance of eating a healthy diet cannot be overemphasized. However, we all know that we eat a limited amount of food in one day, so taking all the nutrient food becomes impossible. 

For those who don’t know, nutrient-dense foods are the ones that have a high nutrient content for the number of calories that they carry. So incorporating low calorie food into your diet is really important for leading a healthy life. 

Benefits of eating food full of nutrition:

  • It May help you live longer.
  • Keeps skin, teeth, and eyes healthy.
  • Supports muscles.
  • Boosts immunity.
  • Strengthens bones.
  • Lowers risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and few types of cancer.
  • Supports healthy pregnancies and breastfeeding.
  • It helps the digestive system function.
  • Helps achieve and maintain a healthy weight.

Health nutritionist Lovneet Batra on Instagram shared a diet that falls under nutrition. She wrote down a long note and asked everyone to include these foods in their meals.

ChickPeas

The nutritionist pointed out that chickpeas are rich in protein, folate (vitamin B9), iron, zinc, and fibre. He added that if you use it regularly, it can “also help reduce the growth and progression of a few chronic diseases”, thanks to its fibre and protein content.

Amarnath

Calling it ‘pseudocereal’, Batra said that this low-fat grain carries a fantastic amount of nutritious food and is rich in protein, making it an essential food source. In addition, it has “high levels of micronutrients, especially iron, phosphorus, magnesium, vitamins A and E.”

Moong Lentil

It is packed with “essential amino acids.” Not only this, but the phytic acid content in moong lentils is also low compared to other vegetable and grain crops, making it a bio-available source of protein.

Cashew

One of the world’s most popular nuts, cashews carry “high levels of protein and vegetable fats” and are protein-rich” and are nutritious in terms of healthy food with the presence of minerals and vitamins in it.

Ragi

Although all types of sorghum are nutritious, ragi stands out as a gluten-free item and rich in protein, calcium, and potassium compared to other grains. It is also high in “polyphenol and dietary fibre, which has many health benefits.”

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