There is a lot of evidence that eating fruits and veggies, like blueberries, is linked to a lower body weight.
Lentils and other "pulses" (edible seeds of legumes) like black beans, chickpeas, and pinto beans are great sources of fiber.
Pears are one of the foods with the most fiber at the grocery store. Since a medium fruit has about 6 grams of fiber, you'll probably feel full with less of it if you eat it as a snack or meal.
That people who regularly ate dark leafy greens like kale and deep orange or yellow veggies had less visceral fat than those who didn't.
Avocados have a lot more calories than most other fruits and vegetables, but they may help you lose weight.
Mushrooms are like meat in the world of plants. Mushrooms add a rich, spicy flavor wherever they are, so they are often mixed with chicken or beef to add flavor and nutrition.
Even though water is a drink and not a food, drinking it or any low-calorie version of it, like seltzers, improved water beverages, or fruit-infused waters, helps you stay hydrated and prevents cellulite.
Most people know that bananas are a good source of potassium, a chemical that helps control swelling because it has the opposite effect on sodium as sodium does on potassium.
If you want a starchy food, sweet potatoes are a great choice. They have many health benefits, including a high amount of vitamin A.