The Most Delicious Foods That Won’t Get You Fat

The Most Delicious Foods That Won’t Get You Fat

We recommend the following foods, which not only help keep your hunger feeling away, but they also bring you the nutrients and vitamins your body needs at the beginning.

Let’s look at the healthiest foods you need to include in your diet:

Linten – has a low glycemic index, high amounts of protein and fiber, which give the feeling of satiety, and very few calories, about 200 per serving (one cup).

Linten can be prepared in various ways, in combination with rice, vegetables or soup, perfectly replacing the need for bread and meat for vegetarians.

Avocado – this fructo-vegetable is rich in healthy fats, is easily digestible and contains many vitamins, minerals, fibers and antioxidants that fight inflammation in the body, ensure healthy intestinal transit and prevent cardiovascular disease.

Also, avocados have a low glycemic index, being the star among diets, adjusting blood sugar levels and preventing diabetes. You can consume it in salads, parsley, tomatoes, onion, or as an olive oil.

Apples – these fruits are important sources of pectin, an organic vegetable substance that does not allow the absorption of fat, and, moreover, inhibits appetite and alienates food appetite.

In addition to these beneficial effects, they contain vitamins A, C, PP, iron, magnesium, sodium, calcium and folic acid, which give you energy and speed up your metabolism.

Broccoli – is a vegetable that abounds in nutrients and antioxidants, with anticancer effect, but also in fibers, with an important role in the health of the digestive system. Also, broccoli benefits from the presence of many vitamins (vitamins A, C, B) and minerals (calcium, magnesium, zinc, iron, potassium) that provide energy and keep away food cravings, all with only 44 calories per a cup of broccoli.

The healthiest way to consume broccoli is softened so that all the nutrients will be stored in the vegetable. It can also be eaten as sap or cream soup.

Raspberry – the strong color of these small fruits is an indication of rich antioxidant content, with protective effects on the whole body. In addition, raspberries abound in minerals such as potassium, iron, organic acids, vitamins (C, B1, B12, C, PP) and fibers, which give satiety and satisfy the appetite, while preventing constipation.


Anna is an avid blogger with an educational background in medicine and mental health. She is a generalist with many other interests including nutrition, women's health, astronomy and photography. In her free time from work and writing, Anna enjoys nature walks, reading, and listening to jazz and classical music.

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