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Foods That Keep You Healthy For Long

Eating the right food can definitely lead to a healthier life. It's important for you to understand that consuming the right meal makes for a healthier and longer life. Though it seems hard to eat healthy all the time, it’s still totally worth it. Although no particular food promises you longevity in life, there are some that contribute to keeping our bodies healthy for a long time.

Whether they help in body weight management or assist with blood sugar regulation, these foods may also help you prevent life-threatening diseases. Here's the list of foods that keep you healthy for a long time.

Table of Content

  • Wheat Dosa
  • Paratha
  • Karela Thepla
  • Methi Khakhra
  • Salad Wrap
  • Multigrain Roti
  • Atta Halwa

Wheat Dosa

Wheat Dosa is a thin and instant dosa made with whole wheat flour or chakki fresh atta, spices, and different herbs like coriander and curry leaves. This dosa is an instant, simple-to-make recipe for a healthy breakfast. Served with some chutney, wheat dosa makes for a great meal. 

Not just tasty but it's also healthy. Whole wheat flour is rich in phosphorus which is an important mineral that works closely with calcium to build human bones. 


Paratha is an Indian flatbread made with whole wheat flour. The word 'Paratha' is derived from the words 'Parat' and 'Atta' which literally means layers of cooked whole wheat flour dough. There are different types of paratha like Aloo Paratha, Gobi Paratha, etc. It depends on the stuffing you fill between the layers of the dough. 

Paratha is a rich source of carbohydrate metabolism which is extremely essential for glucose metabolism. Glucose metabolism extracts energy from our food and converts it into ATP (adenosine triphosphate) that fuels other cellular processes. 

You would like to try these delicious parathas at your home:

Karela Thepla

Karela is one of those vegetables that are not very popular because of its peculiar taste. While some people can't stand karela's taste, others might like having one. For those who love it, Karela Thepla is a dish that deserves to be on your plate. 

It offers a plethora of health benefits. It is rich in fibers, antioxidants, calcium, iron, vitamins which makes it right for consumption by diabetic patients. Not only this, but whole wheat flour is also diabetic-friendly as it is rich in magnesium that improves insulin response in the body. 

Methi Khakhra

Methi Khakhra is an all-time favorite Gujarati dry snack that makes for an irresistible meal on your plates. Methi Khakhra is made with whole wheat flour, sesame seeds, Methi, and spices. 

Methi Khakhra is a rich source of complex carbohydrates, proteins, and fiber. Not only this, the sesame seeds add calcium content to your meal, and methi provides you with iron to build your hemoglobin which prevents anemia. 

Salad Wrap

Veg Wraps are a healthy meal option that is not just tasty but also provides you with a lot of nutrition. Simply made with whole wheat flour and loaded with vegetables, wraps are highly nutritious and keep health in check.

Zinc present in whole wheat flour helps in the activity of an enzyme in our body that produces Vitamin A which helps in treating night blindness. It's a simple and easy-to-make recipe that is a definite try for all your hunger cravings.

Multigrain Roti

Multigrain rotis are made with multigrain Atta which is rich in fiber and helps keep the stomach full for long hours and prevents overeating and helps in weight loss. Due to its high fiber content, Multigrain Roti slows down the release of sugar in the blood which helps keep diabetes in control.

Other than these benefits, multigrain roti is also rich in protein content which helps in repairing body tissues and keeps the body strong. If looking for a meal to keep you energized throughout the day, multigrain roti should be your go-to meal. 

Atta Halwa

Atta halwa is a delicious Indian halwa that is made with whole wheat flour or atta. It is widely made during festivals like Navratri in the Indian subcontinent. It is delicious and tasty to eat as it easily melts in the mouth. Not only is it tasty, but it is also healthy and provides your body with various nutrients. 

Atta Halwa is also diabetic-friendly when served with gur (jaggery). It also provides the human body with heat and thus, it is advised to eat it often during winters. It is also good for the overall development of the body tissues which keeps the human body fit and healthy for a long time. 


It is always advised to eat foods that offer nutrition which in turn increases the health of the human body and keeps fitness in check. The list of foods mentioned above is all suitable to eat if you wish to have an overall development of your body and to stay healthy for a long period of time. 

If you wish to have all the benefits of whole wheat flour, make the right choice of choosing India Gate Flour’s fresh Chakki Atta to make recipes at home.