These 8 Street Foods Might Seem Unhealthy But Actually They Are Healthy

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The street food served at the corner of the street is generally considered unhealthy by most of the people. Though the dishes served out there is Mouth-watering, tempting but usually, they are described as unhealthy. Well, this is not the case with every food items that are served on a street stall. Some of them are healthy and not unhealthy. Shocked? Well, this is all true.

Today, I have a list of street foods that are so healthy that you can eat it as much as you want as they will not affect your health at all.

1. Coconut water:

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For me, coconut water is the perfect summer drink as it helps in rehydrating the body and also dispenses waste and poisons from the body. Even, the coconut malai is also good for health.

2. Bhutta:

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Roasted bhutta is one of the healthy snack and indeed it is as it is low in calories, low in fat, and is full of carotenoids (lutein and zeaxanthin). With the intake of this, the gut remains healthy and also decreases the risk of cardiovascular diseases.

3. Sweet potato chaat/Shakarkandi:

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Sweet potato chaat contains vitamin A, C, fiber, and iron. It is also low in calorie and one can enjoy it with sprouts and lemon juice.

4. Omelette:

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In the street stalls, one can easily find Omelette. One can eat it with toast and Maggi.

5. Fruit Juice:

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Every fruit is healthy in its own way as it contains every type of nutrient and vitamin. All you need to do is drink the juice of fruit which you want to.

6. Jhal Moori:

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Moori/lai is very light and can digest easily. Moori tastes good with spices, vegetables, peanuts and lemon juice. At various places, it is called with different names.

7. Dosa/Idli:

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These two dishes which belong from South India are a rich source of protein and they are truly healthy. The light dishes are generally served with sambhar and coconut chutney.

8. Boiled eggs:

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Boiled eggs are full of vitamin K, biotin, selenium, vitamin B12 and vitamin D and thus they are beneficial for health.

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