I've been researching online on my own time , looking up at some magazines and newspapers for those great foods to eat and maintain the healthiness of the body. Well most lists I found and come across are not exacly alike but almost the ame since they have the same food finds research I guess. So this is what the results of my findings from most of the popular ones meaning super healthy choices.

1.Whole-Grain Bread

It's very high in fiber and contains about a dozen vitaminss and minerals than a refined white or wheat flour. Its a better option if bread if making a sandwich.

2. Broccoli

a member of the cabbage family. Has Very lots of Vitamin C,K, A, carotenoids, and folic acid.

3. Spinach and Kale

Its Loaded with Vitamin A and C, Iron, Fiber, calcium, and Carotenoids. It is also extremely rich on antioxidants.

4. Oatmeal

I don't eat oatmeal everyday beacause I feel like I ate nothing, but it does have a great amout of Health benefits. The old fashioned whole-grain type is inexpensive and has no added sugar and fat. It can also lower your blood cholesterol.

5. Cantaloupe

One of my favorite fruit. I make shake and juices with this all the time. It has a significant amount of Vitamin A and C. A good source of potassium and contains small amount of other minerals. This is what most people need in an entire day.

6. Sweet Potatoes

I eat this once in a while. This is one of the most nutritious vegetables you can eat. Its Loaded with Carotenoids, Vitamin C, potassium, and Fiber. Ther are ale rich in Carbohydrates and Dieatary fiber.

7. Fat Free Skim milk

I Drink this type of milk just about everyday. An Excellent Source of Calcium, Vitamins, and Proteins. It has an extremely low fat percentage.

8. Watermelon

This is one of the best and great taste. A great source for Vitamin C and Carotenoids.

9. Oranges

Of Course we're all familiar with this one. A great tasting fruit that is rich in Vitamin C, Folic Acid, and Fiber.

10. Beans

I've been eating a lot of beans lately. They are Rich in Protein, low in fat, Iron, folic Acid, Complex Carbohydrates, and Fiber.