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Perspective - Journal of Food Nutrition and Health (2023) Volume 6, Issue 5

Effects of nutrient and meal sequence on postprandial glycemia

Xiaozhen Dai *


*Corresponding Author:
Xiaozhen Dai
Department of Biotechnology
Cell Biology and Genetics State University of Maringá
Paraná, Brazil.

Received:28-Sep-2023, Manuscript No. AAJFNH-23-114679; Editor assigned: 30-Sep-2023,PreQC No. AAJFNH-23-114679 (PQ); Reviewed:16-Oct-2023,QC No. AARRI-23-114679; Revised:21-Oct-2023, Manuscript No. AAJFNH-23-114679(R); Published:28-Oct-2023,DOI:10.35841/aarrgs-6.5.171

Citation: Dai X. Effects of nutrient and meal sequence on postprandial glycemia. J Food Nutr Health. 2023; 6(5):174

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The term "high-calorie" might initially raise concerns about weight gain and health issues. However, it's important to recognize that calories are a measure of energy, and our bodies require a certain amount of energy to function optimally. High-calorie healthy foods are those that provide a significant amount of calories along with a plethora of vital nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, fiber, and healthy fats. The key to embracing high-calorie healthy foods is to focus on nutrient density. Nutrient-dense foods deliver more essential nutrients per calorie, which means you're getting more bang for your caloric buck. These foods can support various bodily functions, enhance immunity, and provide sustained energy throughout the day [2].

Nutrient-Rich High-Calorie Foods

Nuts and seeds are exceptional sources of healthy fats, proteins, vitamins, and minerals. Almonds, walnuts, chia seeds, and flaxseeds are just a few examples of these powerhouse foods. They can be enjoyed as snacks, added to smoothies, or sprinkled on top of salads for a delightful crunch. Avocado, often referred to as nature's butter, is rich in monounsaturated fats, which are heart-healthy fats that can help lower bad cholesterol levels. Beyond fats, avocados provide potassium, vitamins E, C, B6, and folate. Spread it on whole-grain toast or incorporate it into salads to boost the nutritional value of your meals. Natural nut butters, such as peanut butter and almond butter, are excellent sources of protein and healthy fats. They can be spread on whole-grain bread, added to oatmeal, or used as dips for fruits and vegetables. Quinoa is a complete protein source, meaning it contains all nine essential amino acids. It's also high in fiber, B vitamins, and minerals like iron, magnesium, and zinc. Swap out traditional grains with quinoa in salads, stir-fries, or as a base for protein-rich bowls [3].

Olive oil, particularly extra virgin olive oil, is packed with monounsaturated fats and antioxidants that contribute to heart health. Drizzle it over cooked vegetables or use it as a base for homemade salad dressings. Greek yogurt is a protein-rich food that also contains probiotics, which support gut health. It's a versatile ingredient that can be enjoyed on its own, mixed with fruits, or used as a creamy topping. Dark chocolate with a high cocoa content is not only a delectable treat but also rich in antioxidants, fiber, and healthy fats. Enjoy a small piece as an occasional indulgence. Fatty fish like salmon provide omega-3 fatty acids, which are known for their anti-inflammatory properties and heart benefits. Enjoy grilled or baked salmon to get a dose of protein and healthy fats [4].

Dried fruits like raisins, apricots, and dates offer natural sweetness along with vitamins, minerals, and dietary fiber. Keep portion sizes in mind, as dried fruits are calorie-dense. Eggs are a great source of protein, vitamins, and minerals, including vitamin D and choline. The yolk, in particular, contains many of these valuable nutrients [5].


Incorporating high-calorie healthy foods into your diet can pave the way for a well-rounded and nourished lifestyle. It's essential to recognize that not all high-calorie foods are detrimental to your health; instead, focus on nutrient-dense options that provide your body with the necessary fuel and support. Embrace a variety of foods like nuts, seeds, avocados, and nutrient-rich grains to achieve a balance between energy intake and overall well-being. By making mindful choices and incorporating these nutrient-rich delights, you can create a diet that promotes vitality, sustains energy levels, and contributes to your long-term health goals.



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