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We need a proper and wholesome diet more than ever now. Be it to boost our immunity to protect ourselves against contagious viruses like Covid-19 or to simply maintain good health and stay fit, we are in dire need of adequate nutrition.

Apart from the requirement of nutrition, what equally matters is their sources. With fast-food and processed eatables becoming the norm, we require good nutrition from natural sources to complement our health.

That’s why we did research on this and came up with an infographic showing some superfoods we should all consume. Check them out

What are the Superfoods?

These superfoods are nothing exotic. They are available in most of our local shops or can be ordered to be delivered home. Some of the superfoods include –

  • Amarnath
  • Jackfruit
  • Cashew Nuts
  • Ragi
  • And Walnuts

The Nutrients

While the infographic will give you a comprehensive picture of the nutrition value in each superfood, here is an overall idea of what they contain:

  • Fats
  • Carbohydrates
  • Proteins
  • Minerals
  • Essential vitamins

The Benefits


  • Prevents cancer
  • Cures cardiovascular diseases
  • Its oil reduces total and bad cholesterol
  • Possesses the highest levels of beta-carotene and lutein and more


  • Rich in protein
  • Controls diabetes
  • Anti-cancer properties and more


  • Rich in phosphorus and protein
  • Vegan source of Omega-3 fatty acids
  • Rich in fibre and more

Cashew Nuts

  • Prevents cancer and heart disease
  • Good for healthy skin and hair
  • Nerve relaxant and more


  • Improves immunity
  • Strengthens the bones
  • Prevents ageing and more

So, the next time you visit your store or order online, you know the five essentials to add to your cart. Starting today, every right step we take in terms of our diet can lead to a better tomorrow. The more we take care of our body, the more it will take care of the rest.

Here’s to a healthier lifestyle.

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