Nutritionists are wild about nuts, and for good reason. They include plant-based protein, heart-healthy lipids, and fibre to keep you feeling fulfilled


Big salads or roasted brussels sprouts are on nutritionists' everyday meal. They're high in folate, a B vitamin needed for healthy red blood cells, beta-carotene and lutein for healthy eyes, and vitamin K for clotting.

Leafy greens

Raspberries, blackberries, strawberries, and blueberries are high in fibre and antioxidant vitamin C.


Avocados contain heart-healthy omega-9 monounsaturated fat. This luscious fruit has fibre to aid digestion.


Nutritionists love yogurt's probiotic bacteria. Most select Greek yoghurt for muscle building and maintenance.

Greek yogurt

Beans are abundant in protein and fibre. Beans, lentils, and chickpeas are popular in chilli, pasta, soups, salads, and baked goods.


Nutritionists love fiber-rich oats—and you should, too. Oats reduce LDL cholesterol, thus they're heart-healthy.


Chia seeds are low in carbs and high in fibre, omega-3s, and protein. They expand in your stomach, helping you feel full faster and for longer.

Chia seeds

Peanuts include arginine, resveratrol, and other antioxidants is high in niacin,   vitamin B that helps transform food into energy and may lessen Alzheimer's risk.

Peanut butter

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