Garlic (1 clove) Regularly flavoring using herbs, spices, or veggies like garlic instead of high-calorie chemicals might save you calories.
Kale (2 cups fresh) Vegetable eaters (non-starchy dark leafy greens and deep orange/yellow veggies not liquids or fried) had reduced visceral fat than non-consumers.
Oats (½ cup dry) Oats include four grams of fiber per serving, half of which is soluble to boost satiety and weight reduction.
Açaí (1 cup) The effects of this fruit on weight loss are being explored.
Broccoli (1 cup) Make stir-fries and spaghetti easier with a package of frozen broccoli. Broccoli makes a dish look fuller and slows down eating.
Quinoa (1/4 cup dry) This high-protein grain makes a great power bowl bottom. Proper protein consumption boosts satiety and weight control.
Cauliflower (1 cup) Using cauliflower "rice" instead of rice saves 135 calories per serving.
Salmon (3 ounces) Instead of salty, sugary fish, try basic salmon seasoned with herbs or spices.