By. Robert j. Maatthews
These foods are a good source of fiber, B vitamins, including folate, and complex carbs.
Vegetables should make up at least three servings of your daily diet since they include phytochemicals that may assist maintain cell health.
Fruits are also a great source of fiber, water, and important vitamins and phytochemicals that aid with digestion.
They can help lower your total blood cholesterol levels since they are high in soluble fiber and protein.
These fats have the potential to increase levels of good HDL cholesterol and lower levels of harmful LDL cholesterol in your body.
Spices and herbs provide flavor to food without increasing fat or calorie content.
Nuts are a good source of healthy fats with antioxidants to help your body fight off free radicals.