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What’s healthy food? Well, it depends on who you’re asking. Below you see a list of over 100 ingredients that I’ve found on a couple of “Wold’s healthiest food”-lists. In time, I will take a closer look at each and every one of them but for now I refer to Wikipedia for more information.

Almonds – wiki
Apples – wiki
Apricots – wiki
Artichokes – wiki
Asian Pear – wiki
Asparagus – wiki
Avocados – wiki

Bananas – wiki
Beef (lean) – wiki
Beetroots / Red beets – wiki
Bell peppers / Red peppers – wiki
Black beans – wiki
Blackberry / Blackberries- wiki
Black pepper – wiki
Blueberry / Blueberries – wiki
Brazil nuts – wiki
Broccoli – wiki
Broccoli rabe / Rapini – wiki
Brown rice – wiki
Brussel sprouts – wiki
Buckwheat – wiki
Bulgur – wiki

Cabbages – wiki
Cantaloupe – wiki
Carrot – wiki
Cashew – wiki
Cauliflower – wikicollections of recipes
Cayenne pepper – wiki
Cherry – wiki
Chia seeds
Chicken breasts (skinless) – wiki
Chickpea – wiki
Cinnamon – wiki
Cottage cheese – wiki

Dark chocolate – wiki
Dried fruit – wiki

Edamame – wiki
Eggs – wiki
Eggplant / Aubergine – wiki

Feta cheese – wiki
Figs – wiki
Flaxseed – wiki

Garlic – wiki
Ginger – wiki
Grapefruit – wiki
Grape – wiki
Green Tea – wiki
Guava – wiki

Hazelnuts – wiki
Honey – wiki
Horseradish – wiki
Hot pepper – wiki

Kale – wiki
Kidney beans – wiki
Kiwifruit – wiki

Lemons – wiki
Leeks – wiki
Lentils – wiki
Limes – wikicollections of recipes
Lychee – wiki

Mango – wiki
Milk – wiki
Miso – wiki
Mozzarella – wiki
Mushrooms – wikicollections of recipes

Oats / Oatmeal – wiki
Olive Oil – wiki
Onions – wiki
Oranges – wiki
Oregano – wiki

Papayas – wiki
Peach – wiki
Peanuts – wiki
Pearl barley – wiki
Pears – wiki
Pecans – wiki
Pine nuts – wiki
Pineapple – wikicollections of recipes
Pistachios – wiki
Plantain – wiki
Pomegranates – wiki
Popcorn – wiki
Potatoes – wikicollections of (new) potato recipes
Pumpkin – wiki

Quinoa – wiki

Raisins – wiki
Red wine – wiki

Salmon – wiki
Sardines – wiki
Seaweed – wiki
Sesame seeds – wiki
Soy – wiki
Spelt / Dinkel wheat – wiki
Spinach – wiki
Sprouts – wiki
Strawberry / Strawberries – wikicollections of recipes
Sweet potatoes – wiki
Swiss chard – wiki

Tofu – wiki
Tomatoes – wiki
Tuna – wiki
Turkey – wiki
Turmeric – wiki

Walnuts – wiki
Watermelon – wiki
Wheat germ – wiki
White beans – wiki
Whole grains – wiki
Winter squash – wiki

Yoghurt – wiki

(Sources: oprah, eatingwell, healthland.time, fitnessmagazine, prevention, realsimple, health)