Vegetables include vitamins A, K, and potassium. Low-calorie, which is beneficial for dieters.
Berries are abundant in fibre, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. They're delicious alone or in a mea.
Beans, lentils, and chickpeas are starchy yet high in protein and fibre. They aid heart health, blood pressure, cancer risk, and weight control.
Whole grains (including quinoa, brown rice, and whole-wheat bread) help you feel full longer. They offer fullness after a meal or snack, preventing overeating.
Apples contain prebiotic soluble fibres. Pectin supports the formation of short-chain fatty acids (SCFAs) to sustain our gut microbiota.
Quinoa is a nutritious carbohydrate source. Fiber and protein help you stay full and satisfy your daily needs.
I eat oats often since they're adaptable. Oatmeal's soluble and insoluble fibres improve digestion, and it's anti-diabetic and cholesterol-lowering.
Sweet potatoes are a nutritious part of a balanced diet. A medium sweet potato offers 103 calories and 4 grammes of fibre per serving.