While Jesus would have eaten various fruits and vegetables, he may have had a penchant for a juicy fig, as He notably got a little annoyed in Mark 11:12-14 when He went to pick a fig off a tree only to discover there were none! As a great source of calcium and potassium, figs are good for blood pressure and strong bones.
Described as the Lamb of God Himself, Jesus would have eaten lamb as it was a popular meat choice in His time. Sometimes served up in a stew with other vegetables, lamb is a healthier red meat with an impressive serving of vitamins and minerals.
While not great for those following a gluten-free diet, bread was a common food at every table in Jesus' day. Barley bread was particularly popular and it was passed around during the multiplication of the loaves (John 6:9). Barley bread is also less processed than other breads, with higher levels of vitamins, minerals, and fiber.