9. Squash

With so many ways to eat it, this low-calorie, high fiber vegetable has so many nutrients to offer us.

It is rich in Vitamin A and B, and a cup offers 37% of our daily Vitamin C needs.

It is also a very good source of potassium which supports muscle contraction and maintains the body’s fluid balance.

10. Quinoa

Originally from South America, quinoa is growing in popularity as a healthy food source.

The grain is rich in Vitamin B12 and iron which are both necessary for weight loss and energy production.

It is also high in protein and dietary fiber which makes it both satisfying and enjoyable.

This will cause you to want to binge less.

A cup of this delicious grain is only around 172 calories which are significantly low.

In Asia, it is being used as a rice alternative.

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