Avocados are a powerhouse in the nutrition department, jam-packed with a slew of good-for-you nutrients like potassium, folate, and vitamins A, C, E, K, and B vitamins.
Broccoli is low in calories (less than 100 calories per cup) and high in fiber — two factors that make this winter veggie a perfect weight-loss supporting food.
Research suggests simply eating ½ a grapefruit before a meal could stimulate a reduction in weight.
Kale is a popular superfood that has claimed the spotlight for many years, and for good reason.
As long as you are not loading up your potato with high-fat condiments and toppings like bacon and butter or eating them fried like potato chips or French fries,
potatoes can be a surprisingly good-for-you addition to a weight-loss-friendly winter meal.