ame="propeller" content="02f1b642def36e05354c3e5076063240"> TOP 10 CHEAP AND HEALTHY FOODS ~ XBEFIT

Time and health are two precious assets that we don't recognize and appreciate until they have been depleted II Denis Waitley


01. Oats

A cup of oats gives 5 g of protein and an impressive 4 g of fiber, which helps regulate your body's sugar usage to hold your hunger in check. Studies also link increased dietary fiber intake with lower body weight, cholesterol levels, and risk of type 2 diabetes.


Banana is the cheapest fruit available in the market. Banana contains several essential nutrients, and has benefits for digestion, heart health and weight loss.
Banana is an ideal pre-workout food.


Cucumbers are extremely low in calories, but extremely high in nutrients, so they make a filling and healthy snack. Cucumbers also contain potassium and can help with lowering blood pressure.
Best way to eat cucumber is in the form of salad.

04. Garlic

Just eat 1 clove of garlic in the morning and it can help with cold, flu and even high cholesterol. Even garlic has proved to reduce the risk of cancer, due to its Anti-Carcinogenic properties

05. Tomato

Tomatoes are a very nutritional food source rich in anti-oxidants, vitamin A and C, folic acid and beta-carotene. They are also rich in a substance called lycopene. From your skin to your heart, and even your immune system, your entire body will benefit from eating tomato every day.
Just like cucumber, eat tomato in the salad or even tomato juice or soup can be made and drink every day.

06. Sprouts

Sprouts are powerhouse of nutrition and high in fiber to keep your stomach full. They contain fewer calories compared to other snacks and are excellent sources of vitamin K, C, fiber, and other essential minerals.

07. Curd

Curd has a number of health and nutritional benefits, and eating curd every day helps your system stay cool, improves your digestive system, and helps get rid of stomach problems. It is also high in calcium and protein, beneficial for those who are lactose intolerant and can’t take in milk.

08. Pulses (Dal and beans)

Pulses are a good source of iron, zinc, phosphorous, fiber and B-vitamins, which many people are deficient in. Pulses are low fat, high fiber, no cholesterol, low glycemic index, high protein, high nutrient foods. They are excellent foods for people managing their diabetes, heart disease or coeliac disease.

09. Amla

Amla is the richest source of vitamin c. If consumed every day, it is beneficial for good eye sight, skin, heart and even weight management

10. Eggs

Eggs are loaded with vitamin A, E, B6 and B12, thiamin, riboflavin folate, iron, phosphorous, magnesium, selenium and so much more, it’s hard to find other foods with such a varied nutrient profile.

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