The five food groups that are the building blocks for a healthy diet
It’s worth visiting choosemyplate.gov for some sensible, interactive and easy to follow advice on what you should eat. It has hundreds of examples, attractively displayed, describing what you should put on your plate divided into: fruits, vegetables, grains and proteins. Within each of those food groups there are galleries of pictures depicting what you can eat that is good for you.
The site further breaks this down into what children, students, adults and families can eat. They also offer advice across different foods from different countries. It has quizzes, daily checklists, recipes and menus. Plus, if you want your advice in a more visual style, they have a range of videos showing how all the different food groups can be used in different recipes.