Nuts are a favourite among nutritionists. They include plant-based protein, heart-healthy fats, and fibre.

Nuts

Rich in folate, a B vitamin needed for healthy red blood cells, beta-carotene, lutein, and vitamin K for blood clotting.

Leafy greens

Avocados contain heart-healthy omega-9 monounsaturated fat. This luscious fruit has fibre to aid digestion. Avocados are a good source of bone-healthy vitamin K.

Avocado

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

Greek yogurt

Protein-rich beans. Beans provide iron, zinc, and B vitamins. Cheap and versatile.

Beans

Nuts are a favourite among nutritionists. They include plant-based protein, heart-healthy fats, and fibre.

Oats

It's the perfect combination of vegetables and protein for lunch, and it keeps me energised until the following meal.

Whole Wheat Bread

Three dates include 200 calories, 54 carbohydrates (5 fibre), 1 protein, and no fat. Contains B vitamins, vitamin K, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, zinc, and manganese.

Dates

Cereals provide energy and help prevent cancer, constipation, intestinal issues, and excessive blood sugar.

Cereal

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