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The Ultimate Healthy Foods Cheatsheet: 100 Foods to Supercharge Your Health

Need some healthy food ideas? I got you!

The top question I get from people who want to lose weight or have more energy is “What food should I eat?”.

I often give out lists of healthy food options to friends and family, so I thought I would create a cheatsheet with 100 different healthy foods from multiple food groups to choose from.

I want to make it easier for people to get healthy.

We are all busy with daily life, so healthy cheatsheets can be our best friend!

Print this and keep it handy when making a grocery shopping list.

Below I will list a food group along with food ideas within each group.


1. Kale

2. Spinach

3. Broccoli

4. Brussels sprouts

5. Carrots

6. Beets

7. Cauliflower

8. Zucchini

9. Butternut squash

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10. Peppers

11. Tomatoes

12. Eggplant

13. Green beans

14. Peas

15. Asparagus

16. Cabbage

17. Arugula

18. Swiss chard

19. Bok choy

20. Cucumbers


21. Berries (blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, blackberries)

22. Apples

23. Oranges

24. Pears

25. Bananas

26. Mangoes

27. Pineapple

28. Watermelon

29. Grapes

30. Kiwi

31. Avocado (yep, it’s a fruit)

32. Papaya

33. Pomegranate

34. Figs

35. Cherries

36. Plums

37. Peaches

38. Apricots

39. Lemons

40. Limes


41. Quinoa

42. Brown rice

43. Oats

44. Whole wheat pasta

45. Barley

46. Millet

47. Amaranth

48. Bulgur

49. Spelt

50. Freekeh (it is similar to farro)

51. Rye

52. Teff

53. Farro

54. Buckwheat

55. Couscous (whole wheat)


56. Lentils

57. Chickpeas (aka garbanzo beans)

58. Black beans

59. Kidney beans

60. Mung beans (you can find this as a pasta too)

61. Edamame

62. Tofu

63. Tempeh

64. Almonds

65. Walnuts

66. Chia seeds

67. Hemp seeds

68. Flaxseeds

69. Salmon (wild-caught)

70. Sardines

71. Eggs

72. Chicken (skinless and organic)

73. Turkey (lean and organic)

74. Grass-fed beef

Dairy and alternatives

75. Greek yogurt (unsweetened)

76. Cottage cheese

77. Feta cheese

78. Mozzarella (fresh)

79. Kefir

80. Almond milk (unsweetened)

81. Soy milk (unsweetened)

82. Oat milk (unsweetened)

83. Coconut yogurt

84. Cashew cheese (this can be a great option or an alt cheese sauce)

Fats and oils

85. Olive oil (extra virgin)

86. Avocado oil

87. Coconut oil

88. Flaxseed oil

89. Hempseed oil

90. Walnuts or almonds (if you don’t like walnuts, like me)

91. Pumpkin seeds

92. Sunflower seeds

93. Sesame seeds

94. Tahini

Herbs and Spices

95. Turmeric

96. Cinnamon

97. Ginger

98. Basil

99. Rosemary

100. Oregano

Remember to choose mostly whole foods and foods that are minimally processed when planning your meals. I believe in moderation with eating. Eat healthy most of the time and enjoy an occasional indulgence.

Food can be a wonderful part of happy, healthy living. It can taste delicious and it can nourish and body and soul at the same time.

Here's some more reading about healthy foods:

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