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Ten foods Dietitians always keep in their kitchen

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Dietitians have knowledge of foods which are healthy. If you are suffering from weight loss or undergoing nutritional issues only dietitians can assist you. It is not that they only plan a diet for sick people but also for healthy people to stay more fit and energetic. Here is a list of foods they always have on hand for healthy snacks and meals. How many of these are already in your kitchen?

Oats

Oats are commonly crushed or rolled and can be used as oatmeal along with fruits. The Oat bran is consumed as cereal with muesli or bread. They are a good source of fiber and are high in minerals, vitamins and antioxidants.

Sweet Potato

Sweet Potatoes have a very delicious taste and can be consumed in different ways, but are most commonly boiled, baked, steamed or fried. They are good source of fibre and highly nutritious.

Onion

Onions are used as a flavouring or side dish and are a staple food in Indian cooking. They can be baked, boiled, roasted, grilled, fried or eaten raw with salads. They have antioxidant and anti inflammatory effects. They reduce the risk of cancer, lower blood sugar levels and improve bone health.

Greens

Greens like Spinach, lettuce are treasure trove of nutrients. They are helpful in reducing the risk of cancer and heart disease. They are a high in dietry fiber and low in fat. They are rich in vitamin K and are essential for bone health.

Eggs

Eggs are a natural source of protein and number of other nutrients. They play a major role in weight management, brain function, healthy pregnancy, eye health and more.

Yogurt

Yogurt is highly nutritious and high source of protein. It is an excellent source of many vitamins and minerals such as vitamin B12, calcium and phosphorous.

Beans

Beans is another great source for fiber. They are delicious, simple to prepare and great addition to many dishes. They are high in proteins and minerals but low in fat and calories.

Frozen Veggies

Vegetables are more likely to retain their nutritional value if they are frozen immediately being harvested. They add fiber and vitamins to any meal such as soups, pasta dishes and whole grains.

Avacados

Avacados are a good source of fiber and are rich in vitamins and minerals such as vitamin B, vitamin K, potassium, copper, vitamin E and vitamin C. Avacados can be eaten raw or can be used in Salads, Guacamole etc.

Olive Oil

Olive oil is every dietitian’s favourite and is one of the healthiest oil. It contains large amounts of plant derived antioxidants, phytosterols and vitamins.
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