Use These Foods to Help You Lose Weight

U.S. News & World Report suggests some foods you might want to think about incorporating into your daily meal plan:

  • Watermelon. It's packed with antioxidants, and also contains lycopene, a plant chemical found in studies to lower your risk of cancer, heart disease and age-related vision loss -- and one contains less than 50 calories.
  • Avocado. Avocado can help lower "bad" LDL cholesterol levels. One-quarter of a medium-sized avocado contains 65 calories.
  • Sweet Potato. A medium-sized sweet potato fulfills your daily requirement for vitamin A, and it has only 150 calories.
  • Raspberries. A 1-cup serving contains just 60 calories, and they’re a great source of B vitamins, flavonoids, fiber, and vitamin C.
  • Onions. A cup of chopped onions only contains 60 calories and contains quercetin into your diet, which has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
  • Greek Yogurt. At 150 calories per cup, it makes a filling snack and also provides you with a hefty dose of protein.
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