100 Healthy Foods

These are just as fun to say as they are to eat!

From Baba Ghanoush to Lingonberries to Watercress, the alphabet is full of fun and exciting foods that make for a pretty tasty mouthful whether you say them or savor them. So, to help give your taste buds and your body some things they can agree on, here’s a list of our Top 100 tongue-twistingly delicious healthy foods.

Some of these are simple variations on classic staples that make an impressive difference, such as steel-cut oatmeal or toasted pumpkin seeds that you can make at home.

There are also plenty of good foods on the list that you are already probably familiar with: beets, artichokes, pistachios, nectarines and greek yogurt. Some of them might be a little less familiar, though, like edamame, kohlrabi, or quince.

If a food peaks your interest, visit here to search for recipes that include the food you want to try, or even a combination of any ingredients you like!

You probably won’t love each and every food on the list, or even be inclined to experiment on some of the less recognizable ones. Luckily, if you strike out with one food you still have 99 other tantalizing options to keep your taste buds busy and improve your health at the same time!

  1. Acorn squash
  2. Anasazi beans
  3. Artichokes
  4. Arugula
  5. Avocados
  6. Baba Ghanoush
  7. Beets
  8. Bison
  9. Black beans
  10. Blackberries
  11. Blueberries
  12. Brussels sprouts
  13. Bok choy
  14. Bulgur wheat
  15. Butter beans
  16. Butternut squash
  17. Cauliflower
  18. Chestnuts
  19. Cilantro
  20. Cinnamon
  21. Clementines
  22. Collard greens
  23. Coriander
  24. Cumin
  25. Currants
  26. Curry powder
  27. Dates
  28. Dolmades
  29. Dried plums
  30. Edamame
  31. Eggplant
  32. Eikorn
  33. Elk
  34. Falafel
  35. Fava beans
  36. Farro
  37. Fennel
  38. Figs
  39. Flaxseed
  40. Ginger
  41. Grape tomatoes
  42. Greek yogurt
  43. Hazelnuts
  44. Herring
  45. Hummus
  46. Jicama
  47. Kale
  48. Kiwi fruit
  49. Kohlrabi
  50. Leeks
  51. Lentils
  52. Lingonberries
  53. Mango
  54. Mangosteen
  55. Millett
  56. Mini bell peppers
  57. Nappa cabbage
  58. Navy beans
  59. Nectarines
  60. Neufchatel cheese
  61. Oats, steel cut
  62. Okra
  63. Oysters
  64. Papaya
  65. Paprika
  66. Passion fruit
  67. Peanut butter (natural)
  68. Persimmon
  69. Pesto
  70. Pistachios
  71. Pita bread (whole wheat)
  72. Plantain
  73. Pluots
  74. Pomegranate
  75. Pumpkin seeds
  76. Purple potatoes
  77. Quince
  78. Quinoa
  79. Rabbit
  80. Radicchio
  81. Radishes
  82. Rambutan
  83. Saffron
  84. Sardines
  85. Seaweed
  86. Spaghetti squash
  87. Split peas
  88. Sundried tomatoes
  89. Tahini
  90. Tamarind
  91. Tangelos
  92. Tofu
  93. Tomatillos
  94. Turmeric
  95. Tzatziki
  96. Venison
  97. Walnuts
  98. Watercress
  99. Wheat germ
  100. Wild rice

 

 

 

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