10 suggestions for a healthy diet from a dietitian


a reliable supply of omega-3 fats


lowers cholesterol and blood sugar levels.

squash seeds

a fantastic source of zinc, which is essential for a strong immune system.


Add any fruit you like, whether it's fresh, dried, tinned, or frozen.

It's time for tea.

Save it for teatime only because tea's tannin inhibits the absorption of iron from food, so avoid drinking it with meals.

begin working on  an egg.

Aside from being one of the few dietary sources of vitamin D, eggs are also a good source of vitamins A, E, B2, and B12.

Grab some oats.

Beta glucan, a soluble fibre that aids in the body's elimination of harmful cholesterol, is abundant in oats.

Go crazy

Vitamin E and heart-healthy unsaturated fats are abundant in nuts and seeds.


Although while the majority of us are aware that we should consume at least five servings of fruit and vegetables each day, just one in three of us really succeed in doing so.


Popcorn is a wholegrain cereal that has twice as much fibre and half the fat of crisps when it is plain or mildly seasoned. Whenever possible, pick air-popped.

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