25. Brown or Black Rice
While rice is an everyday staple in many healthy diets around the world, brown rice is an even better option thanks to its higher fiber content, loads of resistant starches, and its status as a low energy density food, meaning that it is extremely filling while also being low calorie.
An even healthier, though harder to find, rice option is black rice, a typical food in Korean cooking. This yummy rice has more antioxidants than the superfood blueberry and more vitamin E than brown rice. Brown and black rice take longer to cook than standard white rice varieties, so a pressure cook may be a good investment if you want to incorporate these delicious and healthy staples into your diet more efficiently.