The Very Healthiest Foods

Green tea, a popular drink in Japan, is considered healthier than coffee. Studies show it has positive effects on cardiovascular health, reducing the risk of diseases. 

Green Tea: 

Moderate consumption of red wine is considered healthy. It contains polyphenols and can raise "good" cholesterol. However, excessive alcohol intake is harmful. 

Red Wine: 

Another oily fish with omega-3, selenium, vitamin D, magnesium, and B vitamins. Choose wisely to avoid high mercury varieties. 

Fish and Seafood: 

Eating the whole fish provides protein and omega-3. Canned sardines make a convenient, high-protein snack. 

Sardines: 

Nutrient-dense with vitamins and minerals, but be cautious of shellfish allergies. 

Shrimp: 

A nutrient-dense fruit rich in vitamins C, E, and K, copper, potassium, and healthy fats. 

Avocado:  

These foods offer various health benefits, but moderation is key, especially with alcohol and certain fish varieties. 

Blackberries: 

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