Avocados are in salsa and toast. Healthy fat makes everything creamy. Over four years, women who regularly ate whole fruits and vegetables, including avocados, lost more weight than those who did not, according to a 2020 Nutrients study.
Yogurts and smoothies can star blueberries. These weight-controlling breakfasts use blueberries' natural sweetness instead of syrups.
Pulses, like lentils, were linked to modest weight loss in a 2016 American Journal of Clinical Nutrition systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials.
Mushrooms taste like beef but have fewer calories per ounce. Weight loss starts with tasty ways to cut calories.
Pulverized pistachios now coat main dishes. Pistachios are healthier than most nuts, with 160 calories, four grams of fat, and 1.5 grams of saturated fat per serving. This may aid weight loss.
Replace sweetened puddings with chia pudding. This boosts fiber intake to prevent overeating.
Stuff your next squash or pepper with cranberries. Unsweetened dried cranberries save 210 empty calories per serving.