Because of its high calorie and fat content, this luscious tropical fruit often gets a poor reputation.
The good news is that you can and should include the delicious avocado in your balanced diet.
Despite their high caloric content, nuts have been shown to be beneficial to health in several studies.
The good news is that these findings are not restricted to any one kind of nuts.
Seeds, like nuts, are high in fiber and protein and include healthy unsaturated fats.
Another 2017 meta-analysis published in Obesity Reviews indicated that those who consumed whole flaxseed on a daily basis also had a reduced body mass index.
Whether you pick for the white potato or the sweet potato, you'll be helping yourself out nutritionally either way.
You may meet roughly 12 percent of your daily fiber requirements with only one medium potato (151 calories).
Fruit has gotten a bad rap recently due to the popularity of low-carb diets.
Most fruits are also high in fiber, which helps you feel full longer and protects you from chronic illness.
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