15 Nutritious Foods To Add To Your Diet

The body needs many different sources of nutrition to feel and function at its best. Eating the right foods can give you more energy, improve your health and increase your productivity levels. Here are some of our favorite healthy foods on Baopals and tips on how to incorporate them into your daily routine!

Goji Berries, 432g

Goji berries are a super nutritious addition to any diet! Get your vitamins and antioxidants in by putting them in juices, teas, smoothies or even snacking on them raw.

Spinach Pasta, 500g

If you've been having trouble getting in your daily dose of veggies, or getting kids to eat theirs, this is a tasty solution!

Sugar Free Dark Chocolate, 110g

Who said chocolate was junk food? Dark chocolate has been scientifically proven to boost your heart health and brain function. So go ahead and indulge a little.

Chia Seeds, 250g

Chia seeds are a superfood from Central America that are packed with healthy fats, fiber, antioxidants and tons of other essential nutrients. Plus, they are super-easy to incorporate into your diet: soak them in your favorite kind of milk to make a pudding, or throw them into a smoothie!

Natural Raw Honeycomb, 500g

Raw honey is a natural sweetener that contains antioxidants that help to protect body cells from damage and can also help digestive issues.

Flaxseeds, 300g

Flaxseeds are rich in omega-3 fats. Omega-3 help aid a healthy heart, reduce inflammation, and improve your skin.

Apple Cider Vinegar, 473ml

Apple cider vinegar can be used in cooking, baking or for salad dressings. Adding apple cider vinegar to your diet can help with weight loss, reduced cholesterol and lower blood sugar levels.

Extra Virgin Olive Oil, 750ml

Extra virgin olive oil is great for the heart. Use it as an alternative for butter in cooking.

Virgin Coconut Oil, 500ml

Use coconut oil to improve digestion, increase good cholesterol levels and aid immunity. And let's not forget applying it to your skin and hair for a boost in moisture.

Quinoa, 250g

Quinoa is also a great source of protein, more so than many other types of grains. It's also gluten-free!

Pistachios, 500g

If you did not know, pistachios is technically a fruit. It's a good source to protein, fibre and antioxidants.

Red Lentils, 500g

Lentils are a great alternative to meat for vegans and vegetarians because they are a good source of protein.

Pu 'Er Tea, 30g

Chinese teas have numerous health benefits, and drinking it daily can help give you a boost in energy, reduce your stress levels and cleanse toxins from the body.

Almonds, 500g

Almonds are not only delicious, they are loaded with antioxidants and help with high blood pressure and blood sugar levels.

Frozen Salmon, 500g

Salmon is a great source omega-3, which is very valuable fat that is considered essential since your body needs it and can not create it yourself.