Dairy– Natural and organic whole milk dairy products, especially those made from sheep’s and goat’s milk, contain the right fats for the body as well as vitamin D and probiotics. Absorbable terms of calcium found in dairy products have been shown to help manage weight.
Meat-When you are trying to lose weight, high-protein foods like meat slow the movement of food from the stomach to the intestine. A stomach that slowly empties means you’ll feel fuller longer and get hungrier later.
Salad Greens– There’s a reason you should eat a lot of salad, if you are trying to keep the pounds off the body: salad greens are so nutrient–dense and low in calories that in many instances the body uses more energy to break down and digest salad greens than what they contribute to the body.
Cruciferous Vegetables-Broccoli, cauliflower, and Brussels sprouts are high nutrient, low-calorie foods high in fiber. Kale and collard greens, while nutrient-dense, are not known for the tastiest vegetables, but if you can add small quantities to your dinner meal.
Fish-Wild-caught salmon, contains top quality protein, omega-3 and the powerful antioxidant astaxanthin, which gives fish it’s reddish –orange color.
Fruits and veggies– Fruits can satisfy the sweet tooth, urge that plagues many people trying to lose weight. Just about any fruit is an excellent choice to consume, but blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, and strawberries are nutritional powerhouses, low in calories, high in fiber and low in sugar and among the highest anti-oxidant containing foods on the planet.
Nuts and seeds-Almonds, walnuts, cashews, pecans, pumpkin seeds, and sunflower seeds, are extremely nutritious, high in fiber and essential fatty acids, and beneficial to blood sugar. The super seed is chia, an edible seed that grows abundantly in in desert plants found in Southern Mexico and South America.
For those seeking to lose weight, chia is filling. Chia seeds swell 7 to 9 times inside the stomach, which will make you feel full in a hurry.