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10 Healthy Foods That Help You Lose Weight and Feel Full

Updated on April 15, 2013

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10 Healthy Foods for weight loss

Historically, food has always been there to keep us healthy. Unfortuntately, the Western Diet has become filled with processed foods that contain partially hydrogenated oils, high fructose corn syrup, and artificial ingredients. And we remain hungry.

The following foods are nutritious, can help you feel full, and can help you lose weight.

1 - Eggs - an organic egg will help you feel full all day. Eggs are a good source of protein and have 13 different vitamins and minerals, including iron and vitamin D. I often have a hard boiled egg in the morning and it keeps me satisfied. When it is lunch time I am not ravenous. (see link below for an eco-friendly way to boil the perfect egg).

2 - Mushrooms - instead of meat use mushrooms in a sauce or salad. They are filling and cut hundreds of calories. Mushrooms are a rich source of germanium which increases oxygen efficiency in the body. They are also extremely low in calories and are a source of vitamin B.

3 - Beans - they contain resistant starch which triggers key appetite hormones. These hormones are what make you feel full. Beans have soluble fiber which lowers cholesterol and helps to improve insulin resistance.

4 - Crushed Red Pepper - the compound found in crushed red pepper is capsaicin. This is what ups the calories you naturally burn after eating.

5 - Olive Oil - contains oleic acid, which sets satiety hormones. Olive oil is high in monounsaturated fats and lower in saturated fats than other oils. (Dark chocolate also has oleic acid and curbs hunger - see link)

6 - Nuts - high in fiber and protein, nuts help you feel satisfied. Nuts have omega-3 fatty acids, phytochemicals, vitamin E, and potassium. By eating just a few nuts each day you are likely to eat 200 calories less per day. Also walnuts, almonds, and macadamia nuts are mono-and polyunsaturated fats - all good for your heart.

7 - Fresh Vegetables - a necessary part of our diet. By loading up daily on vegetables you can lose 25 percent more weight than people who only trim the fat in their diet. Plus, the magnesium, calcium and potassium in most fresh produce may help lower blood pressure. Organic or locally grown are recommended.

8 - Soup - by starting your meal with soup you are likely to eat 20 percent fewer total calories, than you would if you had opted to skip the soup. Soup fills you up. (Also see the Japanese shirataki noodles link - eaten as soup, they are amazing when it comes to feeling full, even a day later).

9 - Oatmeal - especially good for helping you lose weight around the middle. Oatmeal, like beans, is a source of soluble fiber and is full of heart-healthy B vitamins. Whole grains give you energy with staying power. Eating oatmeal every day can help you lose belly fat.

10 - Green Tea - considered a great pre-workout drink. It increases endurance by as much as 24 percent, which can allow you to exercise longer and burn more calories. According to a Journal of Nutrition study, drinking five cups of green tea per day can help you lose twice as much weight - most of it around your middle.

Enjoy your good health!

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      eatingright 3 years ago

      A very useful list of tips. Whole oats porridge and green tea top my list! Matcha green tea makes a great cuppa for me.

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      via 3 years ago

      I like to share something.. right now Artichokes are my thing. They are so satisfying. Recently I ate two of them and three hours or so later, I went to workout for about an hour and I was okay. I wasn't feeling weak or nauseated. If I had eaten something else that wasn't as healthy, I would have had to put something in my tummy for needed strength. But I was just fine. It lowers your bad cholesterol and is chalked full of vitamins and nutrients.

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      BkCreative 4 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      Thanks Sheri - will check out your healthy blog!

      Vishakha Bajaj - I'm glad you found the hub informative and thanks for commenting!

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      BkCreative 4 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      You know alex732 I think those cup of noodles are high in caloriesn- certainly high in sodium - although I love them they were giving me very little nutrition. Peanut butter on the other hand is healthy in moderation - but make sure you read the labels because you do not need a product with partially hydrogenated oil or high fructose corn syrup.

      oscar try some of the things on this list with your dad. And for me - walking keeps my weight down. But make sure your dad wears the right shoes or he will hurt his back (like I did - ow!)

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      oscar 4 years ago

      my dad needs to lose weight so where trying it i can gaurantee that it will work.

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      alex732 4 years ago

      I am a high school wrestler and I need to lose weight constanstly in order to maintain in my weight class. What foods would you recommend that would NOT add ANY weight onto my body? Also, does Cup Noodles add weight? same thing with peanut butter. THANKS!

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      Thelma Alberts 5 years ago from Germany

      Thanks for SHARING this informative hub. I love eating vegies and fruits. Drinking olive oil is quite interesting, I tried it and like it. I think my metabolism is getting slow because I´m gaining weight.

      Voted up and useful!

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      Beatrice jeruto 5 years ago

      Thanks the information.am in kenya and i have a request is it possible that you forward such messages to my email adress beatiej@yahoo.com.thanks

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      BkCreative 5 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      Thanks you RTalloni!

      About oatmeal Lisa - one writer here said he always eats it with only olive oil. So I tried it and liked it. I'm not a sugar fan - and would rather eat it plain but will add blueberries if I have some. I suppose you can add a few nutritious extras like flax or fruit or maple syrup.

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      Lisa 5 years ago

      I will be trying to eat healthier I have always been slim but now that I am in my forties my metabolism is slowing down I will be eating more eggs for sure and oatmeal does it have to be plain?

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      BkCreative 5 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      You're welcome RTalloni!

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      RTalloni 5 years ago from the short journey

      10 great tips for healthy eating here-thanks!

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      BkCreative 5 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      So true Botwin Allison. It seems like lately I constantly hear or read a report that all this grain like from bread is not healthy at all. What we wrap in bread other countries wrap in lettuce leaves or sesame leaves, etc. delightful!

      Thanks for commenting!

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      Botwin Allison 5 years ago from Miami

      I lost 10 pounds in one month by substituting white bread with whole wheat.I think most of us would probably live healthier lives if we escaped from pastries and white bread.

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      BkCreative 5 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      Good for you VERONICA ELLIOTT! And thanks for commenting!

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      VERONICA ELLIOTT 5 years ago

      HEY, THANK U 4 UR COMMENTS EVERY1 IT REALLY INSPIRED ME TO DO THE SAME . SO FAR I'VE HAD TRIED GARLIC METHOD AND MAY I SAY , IT HAS LOWERED MY BP. ANY WAY I HOPE UR NEW YEAR WILL START OUT WITH A BIG BANNANA IN THE MORNING . LATER , UR FAN RONNIE . (*.*)

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      BkCreative 5 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      Thanks for writing Merc!

      Just a few changes Candy is all it takes. Taking control of our diet and our health - makes good sense. Those sodas add empty calories. If I need something bubbly I'll go with seltzer. Thanks for sharing your success.

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      Candy 5 years ago

      I have been trying to shed a few pounds myself and found that something as simple as switching from a bagle in the morning to oatmeal, a salad for lunch and stop drinking pop, also I walk for 30 mins 3 times a week I have lost 15 lbs in less than a month. Also I seen a comment about scrambled eggs, I love them so I just use a good non stick pan- no oil or butter needed!

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      Merc 5 years ago

      Cheers for the info

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      Merc 5 years ago

      Cheers for the info

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      BkCreative 6 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      These still work for me Azure11. I hope you too will be satisfied. I think it's the protein in the eggs, beans and nuts that keep me so sated.

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      Marian L 6 years ago from UK

      useful hub bk - I often find when I am trying to eat healthily that it is difficult to stay full - I like the idea of eating nuts and also maybe having oatmeal for breakfast so I think i will go with those 2 first!

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      BkCreative 6 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      You're very welcome saif113sb! Thanks for commenting!

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      saif113sb 6 years ago

      Very nice and Wonderful healthy information! So nicely put together too!

      Thank you so much.

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      BkCreative 6 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      I'm glad you found it helpful Ricardo!

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      Ricardo 6 years ago

      This recipe helps me in my problem

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      BkCreative 6 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      You're welcome emilybee. I really think using these foods like green tea, eggs, mushroom, beans and nuts has kept me from spreading all over my chair during this last year when I have been writing at home exclusively. Whew!

      Thanks for writing!

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      emilybee 6 years ago

      Great list! Gotta love the incredible edible egg. All the foods you listed are tasty too! I'll have to try out the ones I haven't yet. Thanks for sharing.

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      BkCreative 6 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      You're welcome Marilyn Morrison!

      Glad you like the list SUSIE42!

      Thank you for the comments.

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      SUSIE42 6 years ago

      Good list. I am getting ready to start on a new eating regime.

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      MarilynMorrison 6 years ago

      Thanks for sharing this.

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      BkCreative 6 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      I think you can pretty much drink the one you like brenda - I always keep the Chinese loose green teas on hand. When I can I pick up Matcha - the Japanese powdered tea which is delectable and goes fast. I also like the quality of Korean green teas - it is the only one I will buy in tea bag form. My cousins brought me green teas from India which were also excellent.

      I drink them all. But not tea bags.

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      brenda 6 years ago

      what kind on green tea should i drink there is a lot of them?

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      BkCreative 6 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      Thanks viveresperando!

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      viveresperando 6 years ago from A Place Where Nothing Is Real

      Nice list!

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      BkCreative 6 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      Lately, eggs have been recommended because they do have cholesterol but not bad cholesterol - I usually have one boiled egg in the morning which sustains me for a long time and my good cholesterol is very high. Well, I am not a meat eater so that probably makes most of the difference with why we have such high cholesterol - Americans eat slabs of it.

      Thanks for commenting!

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      loves2cook 6 years ago from Portland, OR

      This is a great list of foods, very filling and overall very healthy. I'd be a bit concerned about whole eggs if someone is not only trying to lose weight but also needs to watch their cholesterol level. #9's Oatmeal is great in that case. Thanks for the hub!

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      BkCreative 6 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      So true - banana can be soooo filling. I had a taste for one the other day. Hmmm maybe I need those nutrients. Haven't tried pomelo but see it at the local Korean market.

      You know what's nice? I lived in S. Korea for awhile. And there, people share absolutely all food. While we may eat a whole banana - I watched as one banana was taken - unpeeled and sliced into about 6 pieces and everyone took one piece. So nice.

      Thanks so much for the update.

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      PaperNotes 6 years ago

      Hello! Went back here to share something and add another food to the list. Whenever I am working in front of the computer, sometimes I just really forget to eat and if I do, I also eat in front of the PC. This is why I prefer easy to eat foods that I can just pop into my mouth. I tried to eat just some fruits. Tried pineapples, pomelo, mango, banana. Of all these fruits, I found that banana can be quite filling. I just eat about two bananas and I feel already full!

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      BkCreative 6 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      I checked your hub - and left a comment. Thanks for commenting. I'm following now!

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      Glemoh101 6 years ago

      Thanks for your great hub , If you want the complete list of fat burning foods , read this hub.

      https://hubpages.com/health/Fat-Burning-Foods-The-...

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      BkCreative 6 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      You're very welcome. Thanks for writing!

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      ketchup101 6 years ago from Philippines

      Great article. I love it. Thanks!

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      BkCreative 6 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      You're welcome awesome actress. Thanks for commenting!

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      awesomeactress 6 years ago

      Very useful information! Thanks.

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      BkCreative 7 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      You're welcome SteveoMc. I'm so glad we are looking out for our health and have a forum to share information.

      Nice to meet you too by the way!

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      SteveoMc 7 years ago from Pacific NorthWest

      Love all the suggestions. I am on a "Best 10 Foods" plan of my own. Thanks.

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      BkCreative 7 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      Thank you World-Traveler. Mention it and now I want it. I think I will have a small bowl of oatmeal right now.

      Thanks for the comment and vote!

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      World-Traveler 7 years ago from USA

      Information rich, thank you. I have found that oatmeal is a great way to fill one's stomach and eat healthfully. There's no fat in oatmeal- another healty food! Voted up!

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      BkCreative 7 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      I know that I have gotten wider PaperNotes and I like the look. How interesting that we are not gaining weight - but redistributing it so nicely! We should have a wide-woman's club.

      Thanks for your fun comment! Love it!

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      PaperNotes 7 years ago

      This is great!When I was younger I really have no problem with losing weight, instead I am more concerned with gaining weight. Yet, these days my husband teases me saying that I am getting wider each day.

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      BkCreative 7 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      Too bad we were taught to fear eggs SafeCard - all for the purpose of selling us substitute products - ugh! Good for you having your own hens. Will you write about it?

      Thanks for commenting!

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      SafeCard 7 years ago from Charlotte, NC

      I think too many skip eggs and they are amazing food. I actually even got my own chickens that free range so I get a healthy egg each day.

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      BkCreative 7 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      Sounds tasty akirchner. It makes so much sense - just combine good foods and enjoy. Thanks for the information.

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      Audrey Kirchner 7 years ago from Central Oregon

      Great info - my favorite thing to do is add a few walnuts to my little bit of Greek yogurt - sprinkled with a teaspoon of flax seed. I kill a bunch of 'need to add to my daily regimen' foods in one bite (or 5 or 6). Super hub!

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      BkCreative 7 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      I know what you mean heebstar - I look around for more food because I am not sated at all. Foods on this list have worked for me like the nuts, eggs, olive oil, and definitely beans!

      Thanks for writing!

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      heebstar 7 years ago

      Great article, I always end of feeling hungry too quickly so will try out some of these suggestions.

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      BkCreative 7 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      I love paprika, healthy living naturally, but have never known it to be spicy in the burning sense. Seems red pepper is what you need. But I sprinkle paprika on just about everything. It looks so good! Thanks for commenting!

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      healthy living naturally 7 years ago

      Hey BkCreative, Great hub-thanks!

      So regarding point 4. in your list, do you think that means that dishes with paprika are more likely to give you a burning boost? I'm going to give it a go anyway, I need more paprika in my life! :-)

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      BkCreative 7 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      Thanks for the input Darren. We are also so different in this diverse culture so what works for one may harm another - but we all know for sure that wheat here in the US has been so sprayed and so adulterated and so processed - we have to be aware of what is done to food including GM fruits and vegetables, which unfortunately takes much of what is supposed to be fresh out of the equation. As a blood type A person I should never eat meat and this works very well for me. Wheat is found in so many processed foods and the processing has worked against us.

      We have to be more vigilant than ever because in the US our foods have been industrialized.

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      Darren 7 years ago

      Just to add my little contribution. If you reduce the amount of Wheat in your diet, you can lose weight quicker. It is a fact that the human body has not evolved to consume wheat. Originally we developed to eat meat, fruit and vegetables and nuts. Wheat was never in the equation. And more people are wheat intolerant than you realise. You could be. Just not to the extreme of celiacs. If you ever feel bloated or sluggish, it could be down to too much wheat in your diet.

      Anyway, what do I know. I only lost 12 and half pounds in a week......

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      BkCreative 7 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      Thanks so much Coolmon2009. I'm glad you enjoyed the hub. These foods truly do work for me. I'm writing at home most of the time and instead of spreading - I am fine!

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      Coolmon2009 7 years ago from Texas, USA

      Good article I will book make this one. Good reference information. I like the listing of foods to eat for weight loss too.

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      BkCreative 7 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      Thank you midnightbliss - I'm a big green tea drinker and my weight seems to have stabilized over the last couple years - I am so convinced that the tea and items on the list have made a difference. I never think of dieting anymore.

      So glad you like the foods Runway - so you are on your way! Yay!

      Yes, itakins - it is already there waiting for us. I'm so glad we are remembering how good and beneficial food is.

      Thank you dreamreachout. And these foods do make me feel full. Just one egg in the a.m. and I can get out the door and not think about food for hours. Then I just had some walnuts - very satisfying.

      Thanks for the great comments!

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      dreamreachout 7 years ago

      wonderful info on a very relevant subject!!

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      itakins 7 years ago from Irl

      Perfect foods really for all of us-bookmarked!

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      Runway 7 years ago from New York

      yum! I actually like a lot of these foods too!

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      Haydee Anderson 7 years ago from Hermosa Beach

      thanks for your tips, its very useful specially for me, I'm already drinking green tea everyday to loose weight, now i can add some items on my food list. thanks

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      BkCreative 7 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      Thank you FashionFame. Nice to meet you by the way.

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      FashionFame 7 years ago from California

      Very informative hubs and tips.

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      BkCreative 7 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      Thanks so much hubpageswriter! Glad you liked the tips!

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      hubpageswriter 7 years ago

      Superb tips. I think a lot of people can make do with this information.

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      BkCreative 7 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      I love the comments, too, Hummingbird5356! I learn so much from this writing community. Thanks for your input!

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      Hummingbird5356 7 years ago

      A good hub, informative like all your others. I also like to read the other comments. I get some good information from them, too.

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      BkCreative 7 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      Thanks GmaGoldie - olive oil is getting a lot of good attention. Finally! Thanks for commenting!

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      Kelly Kline Burnett 7 years ago from Madison, Wisconsin

      Great Hub! Olive oil - would never have thought!

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      BkCreative 7 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      Thanks prettydarkhorse and Maita! Now that you mentiond it - I just had mushrooms in an excellent stir-fry dish with tofu and baby corn and slices of carrots and green beans. Good stuff!

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      prettydarkhorse 7 years ago from US

      very good selection of foods BK, love mushroom BTW, Thanks, Maita

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      BkCreative 7 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      Hello Martin V - thanks for the compliment! Glad you liked the hub!

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      Martin V 7 years ago

      Great Hub!excellent.

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      Melanie Munn 7 years ago

      I'm a major green tea drinker so I'm happy to see #10 on your list!

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      Katherine 7 years ago

      Hello, I'm searching for diet related blogs like mine http://www.chiefdietician.com and I stumbled your site, nice blog!. I hope you could also include me in your blogroll.

      By the way, you have a very good writing skills here. Keep up the good work.

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      BkCreative 7 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      Glad you found the hub awesome! Thanks so much for reading and commenting!

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      Carl "Fitness" 7 years ago from Boston, MA

      Awesome Hub. I knew about some of these foods, but it's great to see the ones I didn't know. And very handy to have them all in one Hub. Thanks for sharing the info!

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      BkCreative 7 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      There is so much good food put there sweetie1 - on the list are the ones that make you feel most sated - fruit usually doesn't. Guava is not a common US food and not too easily found!

      Thanks for writing!

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      sweetie1 7 years ago from India

      Hi bk creative i did post a response but i got d/c.. i think u cud have added a few fruits like guava which are good for heath and non fttening

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      BkCreative 7 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      Thank you Sarah and Donnie! Nice to meet you, too!

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      Sarah and Donnie 7 years ago from Destin FL

      Great info!!! :)

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      BkCreative 7 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      Hello Robthom43921717! I checked out your great hubs and became a fan already. Lots of good raw eating! Great stuff!

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      Robthom43921717 7 years ago

      hello

      very good hub

      i have a hub very similar to this please take a look i think you will find it very intresting.

      i have also become your fan

      keep up the good work

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      BkCreative 7 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      You're welcome tim-tim! Love your photo on Esquire!

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      Priscilla Chan 7 years ago from Normal, Illinois

      Thanks for the great hub! I need to lose weight, that is for sure.

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      BkCreative 8 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      That's it Dutchess OBlunt - we are all so busy - taking on more and more. I like the Italian slow movement - it's time to let some things go and slow down - or other cultures that can't believe Americans would cut corners on food - it should be the last thing we neglect - or better yet not neglect at all. It's the one thing we need before anything for survival - and we are too busy for it, and we are suffering the consequences.

      I think we do too much to prepare - and then destroy healthy food. In S. Korea for example - they do no have ovens. Ovens just kill food - their diet is as fresh and easy and healthy as possible - and they reap the good benefits.

      Thanks for commenting!

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      Duchess OBlunt 8 years ago

      Good hub with useful information - from the comments as well.

      The thing is, I think we all like these foods, we just don't prepare enough ahead of time. It's not as simple as opening a package and popping the junk in the mouth. When you're busy, that's often the deciding factor. It shouldn't be - but it often is.

      Thanks for some good info

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      BkCreative 8 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      Thanks for that information Rubes!

      NJ is doing quite a few innovative things (one of the first to do paid family leave) I am reading more and more about the damaging effect this has had on our bodies. We can diet and exercise all we want but we still remain obese and/or ill because of what we are ingesting. I just read a horror story about how this has even found its way into baby formulas and has affected the speaking skills of so many children. Sigh! We have been so 'had!'

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      Rubes 8 years ago from Somwhere up high

      Very informative. I agree that hydrogenated foods are very unhealthy. NJ followed up on a study done on hydrogenated foods, which resulted in the ban of hydrogenated foods from NJ.

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      BkCreative 8 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      Nice to meet you Helen Cater. So glad you found the information helpful.

      Thank you!

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      Helen Cater 8 years ago from UK

      Will have to try this out for sure.

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      BkCreative 8 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      You're welcome Henry! I'm so glad this hub is getting a good response and people are finding it useful.

      I suppose variety is fine. Of course boiled cuts out the cooking in oil or butter. If I eat breakfast out I usually just go ahead and order scrambled. But at home boiled is easy.

      I'll check out your website!

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      Henry 8 years ago

      This is really helpful information! I've always wondered if it's healthiest to boil eggs or scramble them. I prefer mine scrambled, but I didn't know is I was eating a less-healthy version of an egg when I did that. Thanks for the tips!

      Henry

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