3. Fibrous grains (such as oats, wholemeal bread and high fibre cereals)
4. Legumes (beans and pulses such as baked beans, kidney beans and lentils)
5. Nuts & seeds.
Each of these foods truly nourish our body and research shows time and again that their consumption is strongly linked to our health.
Notice they are not all low in fat, low in sugar, low in calories or low in carbohydrates.
But they are all minimally processed plant foods that together form the base of a diet rich in quality fats, quality carbohydrates, dietary fibre, resistant starch, vitamins, minerals and an array of different antioxidants.
When we eat them consistently we improve the way our body functions right down to the cellular level, and in this way not only benefit today, but markedly reduce our long-term risk of weight gain, heart disease and diabetes too.
Enjoy all foods. Especially plants.
thank you ,, great tips for losing weight , keep it up
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