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Weight Management

The doctor of the future will no longer treat the human frame with drugs, but rather will cure and prevent disease with nutrition.

Thomas A Edison

Add these foods to your diet to support your weight management goals and optimise your outcome.

Food for Weight Management

Fiber-rich avocados improve weight loss and metabolic health. They are high in healthy fats which reduce hunger and aid with satiety. 

Avocado is good for weight management.


Brussels sprouts' high fibre content slows digestion and lessens hunger. According to research, Brussels sprouts' isothiocyanate chemicals target fat cells and may help lower obesity.

Brussles Sprouts

Chia seeds enhance feelings of satiety because of their high fibre content, which causes them to swell and turn gel-like in the stomach.  Omega-3 fatty acids may help with weight management.

Chia seeds

Cauliflower is a great source of fibre and has a high water content, which slows down digestion and improves the sense of fullness. Choline is an important nutrient that helps with metabolism.


The low calorie and high fibre content of cabbage raises energy levels and gives the stomach a feeling of fullness. It also includes calcium, vitamin C, and B vitamins, minerals that boost metabolism.


Dark chocolate decreases sugar cravings, satisfies hunger, and the monounsaturated fatty acids improve metabolism and help the body burn more calories.

Dark Chocolate

Legumes can help with weight loss as they have high levels of protein and fibre, two elements that encourage satiety. Also, your body  burns more calories to digest them.


Pistachios are the lowest calorie nut. Studies show they can protect against type 2 diabetes, enhance digestive health, and lower cholesterol. Eating them twice a week may reduce weight gain.


Potatoes' high potassium content prevents water retention and aids weight loss. Boiled potatoes score high on the Satiety Index, which assesses fillingness.


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