Foods that are most important for women health

‘Eat your breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a pauper’ – Adelle Davis.

Yes, that should be the manner of your diet. How you eat your food is equally important, along with what you are eating. Everyone, irrespective of gender, should follow a healthy diet plan. Still, when it comes to a woman, extra care needs to be taken regarding their food habits because they have a complex body structure compared to men. And one more thing is that in a country like India, where women’s health often gets neglected for so many reasons, it is very much necessary for every woman to focus on their diet and maintain a good food habit. Here is a list of foods discussed below that are very much helpful to build up women’s health.


An egg is the powerhouse of nutrition as it contains easily digestible protein, healthy fat and choline, an essential nutrient that reduces the risk of breast cancer. Therefore, an egg is considered a wholesome food. So, it would help if you kept an egg in breakfast every morning.


Broccoli is the second on this list. Cruciferous veggies like broccoli, cauliflower have some nutrients to fight against cancer. It also fulfils the daily vitamin C needs, and you can find it almost everywhere. So prepare broccoli salad with other veggies and a few dry fruits or veg curry and relish its goodness.


In 2012, a study showed that drinking a glass of beet juice or beetroots can immediately decrease blood pressure. High blood pressure can lead to many diseases like blood clots, heart problems, and even stroke, and beetroots can save you from these problems. In addition, as it is loaded with Potassium, it counteracts the effects of your salty diet.


Fish is a high-quality protein with low-fat content and is filled with omega-three fatty acids and vitamins such as D and B2. In addition, it is loaded with calcium and phosphorus; it’s great for women’s health because, after 30, most women lack calcium. And fish is an excellent source of minerals as well.

Plain Yogurt

Unsweetened plain yoghurt is rich in calcium and magnesium, which helps to build up bone strength. These nutrients are essential for those who are in childbearing or post-menopausal years. So, make yoghurt a part of your breakfast or use it as a dip at your lunch.

We all know that health is wealth. So, start maintaining a healthy diet plan to have a healthy and happy life.


Sohini is a journalism and mass communication enthusiast from Kolkata with an extreme interest in creative writing. Focused on entertainment, health and lifestyle, her stories could make your net surfing much more interesting.
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