What Are the Most Nutritious Foods on Earth?

The healthiest foods on the planet might not be the ones you expect


Kale is very high in vitamins and minerals. 

Daily life may sometimes be a struggle when it comes to eating nutritious foods, but some foods are far more nutritious than you might have realized. Here are the five most nutrient-dense foods on Earth.

Yes, kale is as healthy as you’ve been led to believe. Not only does it contain huge quantities of vitamins, C, A, K, and B6, it also is loaded with minerals as well as compounds that have been shown to fight cancer.

It’s been proven that someone can live on basically potatoes alone for quite a while. Why? Because they’re very high in potassium, iron, copper, magnesium, vitamins C and B, and contain plenty of filling starch.

You may not be a fan of liver, but it sure contains a lot of nutrients. Heck, part of the liver’s function is to store nutrients, so when you eat it they get passed on to you. Liver contains huge amounts of high-quality protein; vitamins B2, B5, B6, B12, and A; copper; Iron; niacin; zinc, and many other nutrients.

Oily Fish
Oily fish like salmon and sardines contain high levels of omega-3s, which are very heart healthy. Other benefits include lots of protein, B vitamins, magnesium, and potassium. 


Eggs have been called nature’s multivitamin, and with good reason. They’re loaded with protein and healthy fats, as well as vitamins, minerals, and a nutrient called choline. You can also get ones that have been boosted with omega-3s.