If you are be aiming to become the best version of yourself this year, we suggest improving your eating habits first.

Before you choose a diet or an exercise routine that helps you achieve your goals, consider a few food choices that can make your diet adjustments more rewarding.

British Nutrition Foundation (BNF) spokesperson suggests,

We want people to eat a range of fruit and vegetables, but we have tried to get a balance between suggesting specific foods that are rich in nutrients but are not too expensive or niche.”

According to the BNF, one should include the following nutrients rich food into their diets.

1. Salmon

Salmons possess a lot of Vitamins and Minerals, Omega 3s, Protein, Vitamin D, Selenium, and Iodine. One should at least have two portions of fish per week.

2. Oats

BNF suggests that oats provide a lot of fibre like Beta-glucans. Beta-glucans can help you to lower down your cholesterol levels.

3. Lentils

Lentils are a great source of plant-based protein. Iron and Folate present in lentils can boost your energy levels.

4. Nuts

Nuts contain Fiber, Protein, and Unsaturated Fat content. Nuts also contain nutrients like Thiamin and Iron, which can help in boosting energy levels and support your immune system.

Registered nutritionist Daniel O’Shaughnessy, aka The Naked Nutritionist, says:

This is also an important nutrient for thyroid health,” he adds, “so if you suffer from an under-active thyroid, then make sure you are eating at least two brazils nuts per day.”

5. Tomatoes

Tomatoes contain Vitamin C and natural phytochemicals like Lycopene.

6. Apples

Apples contain soluble fibre as well as polyphenols, and this can treat digestion problems and help protect you from cardiovascular disease.

7. Green vegetables

Vegetables like spinach, broccoli, and cabbage have Vitamins C and A, Folate, and minerals like Potassium in them. Green vegetables boost immunity, energy, and skin health.


Sheetanshu is a computer science engineer, an MBA and an ardent soccer fan. He founded Limit Infinity back in 2015 with a group of few friends and has played a significant role in establishing soccer fan communities around the world. You can write to him at sheetanshu@limitinfinity.org or connect with him using his LinkedIn profile.

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