The health column of the American MSN website has studied comparing the dietary habits around the world, and recently summarized some healthy foods that people deserve to follow and learn from.
1. Iceland: Fresh fish. Eat a large amount of fresh fish (such as cod and catfish) every day to make Icelandic dishes one of the healthiest diets in the world.
2. Sweden: Wheat Bread. There are no large amounts of vegetables in the Swedes, but they have been made up by eating healthy, dietary fiber -rich rye bread.
3. China: cabbage. This vegetable is widely eaten in China. It contains an amazing, antioxidant with anticancer effects, as well as vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin K and multiple B vitamins.
4. Greece: Broad beans. Greeks have a century of history. It is a high -quality source of protein and dietary fiber, and also contains a large amount of folic acid and B vitamins; blood formation, cognitive function and energy supplement require these nutrients.
5. Spain: Almond. The natural almonds that the Spaniards love can reduce the cholesterol content and prevent heart disease.
6. Italy: Tomato. Star components (olive oil, garlic and tomato) in Italian food have incredible health effects. Cooked tomatoes contain a large amount of lycopene, which can prevent breast cancer and prostate cancer. 7. India: turmeric. Ginger, which is widely used in Indian diet, helps prevent dementia. Its amazing chemical component is cowantin, which has antioxidant and anti -inflammatory characteristics.
8. Norway: salmon. Norwegians have a large consumption of oily fish, such as sandwiches and catfish; they are rich in Omega 3 fatty acids to help prevent heart disease and promote brain development.
9. France: Red Wine. The polyphenols contained in red wine are beneficial to cardiovascular health and have anti -cancer function.
10. Thailand: Winter Yin Gong Soup (Hot and Sour Shrimp Soup). Researchers at the Thai Agricultural University found that the Dongyin Gong Soup (cooked by shrimp, coriander, lemon vanilla, and ginger) that Thais loves to inhibit cancer tumor growth is far stronger than other antioxidants.
11. Japan: Seaweed. It is rich in antioxidants and can resist the erosion of free radicals and reduce the risk of cancer. Seaweed also contains iodine. This trace element can promote the normal operation of the thyroid function.
12. Japan: buckwheat noodles. The buckwheat noodles consumed by the Japanese contain vitamin B17 with anti -cancer function. Its nutritional value is much higher than that of the white and ordinary noodles made of wheat and eggs consumed by Westerners.
13. Okinawa: sweet potato. Most of the residents on Okinawa Island in Japan are longevity. Their most important staple foods are sweet potatoes rich in dietary fiber. It contains a large amount of vitamin A, vitamin E, and calcium and potassium.