Leafy greens are in nutritionists’ everyday meal. They’re rich in minerals such as folate, a B vitamin you need for healthy red blood cells, beta-carotene and lutein for healthy eyes, and vitamin K for blood clotting.
Raspberries, blackberries, strawberries, and blueberries are high in fibre and antioxidant vitamin C.
This luscious fruit has fibre to aid digestion. Avocados are a good source of bone-healthy vitamin K.
Nutritionists love yogurt's probiotic bacteria. Most select Greek yoghurt for muscle building and maintenance.
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. Have you seen chia seeds in water?
Peanut butter is high in niacin, a B vitamin that helps transform food into energy and may lessen Alzheimer's risk. This spread contains vitamin E.
We all need some sweetness in our life, and dietitians sure do enjoy their dark chocolate. Gram for gramme, cocoa is one of the top food sources of antioxidants