Choose fresh, frozen or canned fruits, beyond apples and bananas. Try mango, pineapple or kiwi fruit. Canned fruit in water or its own juice is best.
Add flavor to veggies with rosemary for grilling/steaming, or sauté in non-stick pan. Use canned/frozen options for quick sides, no added salt/butter. Try new veggie each week.
Consider low-fat and fat-free yogurts without added sugars in addition to fat-free and low-fat milk. These are available in a variety of flavors and make an excellent dessert substitute.
Swap fried meats for baked or grilled options, or try using dry beans instead. Look for low-calorie recipes online or from friends.
"Goji berries: Low-calorie & high-antioxidant superfood. Reduce oxidative stress, waist circumference, improve lipid profile & prevent heart disease."
Include fruits and veggies in your diet. Whole grains and sources of lean protein Moderate consumption of healthy fats
Lentils are a nutrient-dense food, high in protein, fiber, iron, potassium, folate, and manganese. Half a cup has only 165 calories.
Maintaining a healthy weight requires proper nutrition.For maximum health, include balanced meals, portion control, mindful eating, hydration, planning and preparation, and physical activity.