Hello everyone, we are back with another blog, and this time we are talking about health. In this busy modern generation, it’s hard for us to analyze everything we eat daily. Today we will tell you all about Healthy Foods To Eat Everyday In India

Each of us wants to stay healthy, and no one wants to suffer from obesity, lack of nutrition, or any other disease. Many of us even attempt it by exercising daily, meditating, and, most importantly – eating what our body wants to stay fit.

However, it’s not that easy to find out what we should eat to live a healthy lifestyle because a plethora of things suggested by blogs or a youtube video that you saw are just not available daily at your home. This is why this blog is for you and for all your friends and family members who don’t have the time to figure out and make a list of healthy and readily available things in India.

A healthy foods focuses on providing all the nutrients that your body needs, and it comprises macronutrients like protein, carbohydrates, and fat and micronutrients, including vitamins and minerals. Therefore, this blog is divided into five sub-topics, and we will be suggesting to you the list of healthy foods item that can provide you with that particular nutrient in that section.


Carbohydrates are the primary energy source for our bodies, and they help us fuel our brain, kidneys, heart muscles, and central nervous system.

People avoid carbs altogether when they are on a weight loss journey, but that is not the way to go. It would be best to avoid “refined carbs” such as white bread, white pasta, refined grains, etc.

Here’s a list of healthy foods that you can have and come under what’s called “good carbs” –

Whole Grains

Oats, whole wheat, barley, millet, brown rice come under this category. These are less processed and have much more nutrients than refined carbs.

Beans and Legumes

This includes chickpeas, lentils, kidney beans, etc. These healthy foods are low in fat content and are full of fibre vitamins and proteins.


Vegetables like spinach, brinjals, cucumbers, carrots, mushrooms, onions, and tomatoes are low on carbs, and you can replace these with the vegetables you currently have.


If you are looking to lose weight or gain some muscle mass, then this is what your body requires. According to the Dietary Reference Intake report for macronutrients, a sedentary adult should consume 0.8 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight.

Here’s a list of food items that contain a good amount of protein –

  • Chicken Breast 

They are low in fat but contain a very high amount of protein. So for all the chicken lovers out there, this can be your go-to meal

  • Eggs

They are an excellent source of protein and include vitamins, minerals, and brain nutrients you need. Whole eggs are high in protein, whereas egg whites are almost pure proteins.

  • Broccoli

Sorry if we disappointed the pure vegetarians with the above points. The following two are for you. Broccoli contains much more protein than other vegetables and provides vitamin C and K.

  • Almonds

They are readily available everywhere and contain fibre, vitamin E, manganese, and magnesium as well alongside protein.


People fear a lot when they hear that this food item includes fat, but that’s not the way to move ahead. Fats provide energy, store vitamins, and synthesize hormones and the human body can’t function well without them.

Here are some high-fat food items that are healthy and nutritious –

  • Dark Chocolate

Happy or Shocked? You were not expecting this here, right. But this is a fact. Dark Chocolate is loaded with antioxidants, fibre, magnesium, fat, etc. Though many anything is harmful, you can have a bite or two of these here and there.

  • Nuts

Nuts are high in healthy fats and fibre and are considered an excellent plant-based source of protein. You can have nuts like include almonds, walnuts, macadamia nuts, etc.

  • Different sorts of oil

 You should have a good blend of various oils for a balanced diet. 

Butter, ghee, olive oil, mustard oil, soybean, sesame, groundnut oil are some of the examples, and you can juggle between them as per your mood.


Fibre helps us improve cholesterol and blood sugar levels and also helps to keep the digestive tract flowing by keeping your bowel movements soft and regular. 

Here’sHere’s the helpful list for you-

  • Oats

Oats are one of the best sources of fibre, and the best part is that you can eat them in many different ways. You can have them as cereal, try to make dosa or uttapam, or develop any other exciting recipe.

  • Fruits

You were waiting for fruits, right. So here is another reason for you to change your snack items with fruits. Fruits like apples and pears are rich in fibre but don’t make the mistake of shaving off the peel as it is abundant in fibre.

Vitamins and Minerals

Vitamins and minerals boost our immune system and support average growth and development. 

Here’s a list of readily available items that contain vitamins and minerals –

  • Citrus Fruits

Citrus fruits have ample vitamins and minerals and are also low in calories.

  • Spinach

Spinach is considered healthy as it contains antioxidants and vitamins. It also includes lots of fibre and minerals like zinc and vitamin B2.

  • Fish

Fishes are rich in Vitamin A, B, C, and E and help absorb other nutrients easily. They also contain minerals like zinc, iron, and magnesium.

I hope this blog can help you follow a balanced diet and, therefore, lead a healthy lifestyle. If we missed any healthy food items you consume daily, do let us know in the comments.

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