21 Foods Nutritionists Eat When They Want to Lose Weight

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Nutritionists have their way of losing weight and it always relies on the foods they consume. Here are 21 foods nutritionists eat when they are trying to shed off some pounds.

1. Nuts

Weight Loss: 5 Nuts To Burn Belly Fat And Lose Weight, The Healthy Way
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2. Salmon

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3. Oatmeal

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4. Green Tea

How to Drink Green Tea for Weight Loss
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5. Apples

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6. Asparagus

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7. Eggs

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8. Cauliflower

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9. Cucumbers

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10. Water

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11. Lean Beef

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12. Chicken Breast

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13. Boiled Potatoes

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14. Beans and Legumes

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15. Citrus Fruit

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16. Cottage Cheese

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17. Kale

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18. Greek Yogurt

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19. Tuna

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20. Blueberries

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21. Red Chilli Peppers

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22. Avocados

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Here's what some nutritionists have to say:

Kristin Kirkpatrick: “Nuts are high in fiber, and nut eaters are generally healthier.”

Joy Bauer: “Cucumbers. It's just 45 calories for a whole cake, and they're loaded with water. I like to cut into disks you can dip into yogurt or simply sprinkle with garlic powder.”

Joy Bauer: “Cauliflower. At just 25 calories per cup, it's a calorie bargain. Plus, it's super versatile, so you can use it as a low-carb alternative for your favorite foods.”

Keri Gans: “Honestly, I never really want to lose a few pounds. But for my patients, I would suggest almonds (so you're never caught without a healthy snack option), oatmeal (since the best way to start the day is with a filling breakfast), and veggies. You need lots of veggies on-hand so you can build your meal up and not your calories.”

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