What are the best sources of nutrition for you?
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Protein source ABC New Zealand 2.
Oats source ABC World News 3.
Flaxseed and walnuts source ABC Health News (AU) 4.
Oat protein source ABC Business 5.
Macadamia nut and olive oil source ABC Today 6.
Flour and soybean meal source ABC Food and Drink 7.
Flaked wheat source ABC Life 8.
Oatmeal source ABC Australia (AU): The Conversation 9.
Avocado and almond meal source Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) 10.
Flours and other cereal source ABC Radio National (AU), ABC News: A Current Affair 11.
Baked potatoes source ABC South Australia 12.
Oils, spices and other ingredients source ABC Fact Check 13.
Biscuits and biscuits and other muffins source ABC National Health & Medical Centre (ABCNHP) 14.
Potato chips and other snack items source ABC Breakfast 15.
Pies and pies and other sweets source ABC Morning Report 16.
Eggs source ABCNews.com: The Australian Capital Territory 17.
Pudding and other desserts source ABC Rural Life 18.
Potato and other sweet treats source ABC Marketplace 19.
Chicken and other poultry sources ABC Rurallife, ABC News (Australia) 20.
Prawns and other seafood sources ABC News Australia 21.
Poultry products, including fish and shellfish source ABC Current Affiliate (ABCA) 22.
Meat sources ABC Radio Canberra, ABC Radio Sydney, ABC Morning Australia, ABC Seven 23.
Beans, peas and peas and other vegetables source ABC Kitchener (AU).
Dairy source ABC Daily Fact Check, ABC Fact Spot 25.
Protein bars and other processed foods source ABC Kids 26.
Soy milk source ABC Cooking with Kids 27.
Overnight oats source ABC Nutrition Facts 28.
Eggs and other proteins source ABC Everyday Health 29.
Eggs, milk and other dairy products source ABC ABC News Breakfast 30.
Yogurt and other protein sources ABC New South Wales 31.
Chicken source ABC The Drum 32.
Chicken, turkey and other products source Australian Geographic, ABC World Service, ABC Food & Wine, ABC Rural 33.
Cheese, cheese products and cheese products with added fats source ABC Nature 34.
Beef source ABC Australian Capital Region (ABCAR) 35.
Beans source ABC North West Today 36.
Corn source ABC Northern Territory 37.
Omelets source ABC Fresh & Easy 38.
Oven potatoes source CBC Food and Wine 39.
Eggs (regular and egg) source ABC Local Health 40.
Peanut butter, nuts and other nuts and seeds source ABC Healthy 41.
Chocolate, cocoa and other chocolate and cocoa products source BBC News Australia, The New York Times, The Washington Post 42.
Carrots, peas, carrots, and other vegetable source ABC Family, The Australian (AU)/Associated Press, ABC Health & Wellbeing, ABC National News, ABC Australian, ABC Local 43.
Tomatoes, peppers, peppers and other peppers and spices source ABC Natural Australia 44.
Eggs sources ABC Family (AU); ABC News, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Daily Telegraph, The Wall Street Journal, ABC Online 45.
Cauliflower, potatoes, carrots and other crops source ABC Future, ABC Life (AU, NZ) 46.
Lentils, peas (with and without beans) source The Daily Mail 47.
Peas, potatoes and beans (with beans) article ABC News Online (AU)(ABC News Australia) 48.
Chickpeas, peas with and without bean (with or without peas) article The Daily Star, The Huffington Post (Australia), ABC Daily (Australia and New Zealand) 49.
Zucchini, zucchini and other zucchinis (with peas) source New York Daily News 50.
Pea, beans and peas (without beans) (with the exception of black bean varieties) source NPR