Web Stories – 12 Healthy Foods for Your Weight Loss Journey

Sumita Thomas

December 27, 2021

Slide 1- If losing weight is your goal, these 18 foods may help support a healthy weight loss journey

Slide 2- Whole Eggs: Eggs are incredibly nutrient-dense. Interestingly, almost all its nutrients are found in the yolks — like choline and vitamin D — though egg whites deliver 4–6 grams of protein each.

Slide 3- Salmon: Salmon is loaded with high quality protein, healthy fats, and various important nutrients. The combination keeps you satiated and can help you reach a healthier weight.

Slide 4- Chicken breast and lean meats: Provides adequate amount of protein and keeps the body from breaking down muscles.

Slide 5- Tuna:Eating fish like salmon and tuna can be a great way to increase your protein intake, with nutritious fish fats to support your eyes and brain.

Slide 6- Soups: Soup can be a light and nutritious way of consuming vegetables and whole grains.

Slide 7- Cottage cheese: Eating cottage cheese is a great way to boost your protein intake, which is important for building and maintaining muscle. It’s also very satiating and high in calcium.

Slide 8- Avocados: Avocados are high in fiber, which promotes weight loss and metabolic health.

Slide 9- Nuts: Nuts are high fat foods that also provide you with protein, fiber, and other plant compounds that benefit heart health.

Slide 10- Whole grains: Recent studies show that a diet rich in whole grains can help support healthy weight loss.

Slide 11- Grapefruit: Grapefruit is high in fiber and nutrients and can promote feelings of fullness.

Slide 12- Chia seeds: chia seeds are a low carb food, yet it’s one of the best sources of fiber in the world at 35% fiber by weight.

Slide 12- Fennel Seeds: Consuming one cup of fennel tea, releases essential oils which helps in suppressing hunger. Suggested by many dietitians before meals to suppress the calorie intake for weight loss.

About the Author

For Sumita Thomas, good nutrition advice is less about what NOT to eat and all about HOW to eat. Armed with a master’s degree in clinical nutrition and dietetics from IGNOU, Sumita has worked with multi-specialty clinics and corporate clients, planning calorie-specific menus for their cafeterias. She’s also a certified diabetes educator, has worked in cardiac nutrition and is even a TUV-certified internal auditor for food safety management systems. Maybe that’s why she ensures her advice is always scientifically sound, which makes her a perfect fit for us at HealthifyMe. Of the belief that a healthy lifestyle can be achieved with the combination of a healthy mind, body and diet, Sumita recommends setting realistic goals – one health target a day – and gradually incorporating healthy ingredients to your daily diet. Does she practice what she preaches? For sure, and ensures all those around her do too. So get set, because that now includes you!

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