People enjoy food and some live just to eat. We must be aware of the food choices of our loved ones, celebrities and even sports people. But, do we know what nutritionists/dietitians love to eat? One thing that we do know is that their food choices are going to be definitely nutritious! Some might love certain foods for their flavor and some others are motivated to eat certain other foods for their versatility and health benefits.
The Fight Between Good Vs Evil
Smart eating is consuming healthy foods that help you to stay full. Good fats work like miracle pills during hunger times and avocados are the favorite food of many nutritionists as they contain unsaturated fats that are the hearty-healthy way to help you feel full for longer time periods. Refined carbohydrates and high-sugar foods may help you fill your tummy easily, but also make you hungry again in a short span of time.
RDNs love to scoop out half an avocado sprinkled with kosher or sea salt with a spoon when they want to snack as it is filled with fiber, good fat and helps to fill you up. Avocados also prevent cravings for sugary foods.
Powdered Peanut Butter
Powdered peanut butter is one of the most favorite foods of many RDS. This is actually powdered peanuts with oil removed and hence, contains 85% less calories and fat than your traditional peanut butter making it a great choice for everyday breakfast.
One must be careful with peanut butter as it is easy to stack calories while spreading them onto your toast. Keep it a point to use 2 tablespoons only or add powdered peanut butter as a flavor enhancer and protein pump in yogurt and smoothies.
Cruciferous Veggies are an RDNs’ Pet
Cruciferous vegetables brim with nutrients such as vitamin C and fiber with a crunchy taste as found in Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, bok choy and broccoli. Some registered dietitian nutritionists are in love with the lovely red cabbage and term it as one of the most underrated healthy foods.
Packed with cancer-fighting benefits, cost-effective and inexpensive, red cabbage is the most effective healthy food at hand. Using strips of red cabbage along with fennel, apple and your choice of dressing makes a yummy salad recipe.
Don’t be surprised to know that the down-to-earth eggs are the secret weapon of many nutritionists for their exceptional proteins, choline and vitamins D, B12 and B2. Further, eggs are easy to cook, inexpensive and can be used in salads, sandwiches and soups too. Eggs and avocados can be combined together for a power-packed toast.
Even a few RDNs love to try fermented foods. They prefer drinking kombucha, a lightly fermented tea that’s a little fizzy, a bit vinegary in flavor and good for gut health. Fermented and fibrous foods help to keep our body in good shape and are perfect for gut health.
Porridges make a delicious breakfast with a combination of whole grains, liquid and leftover vegetables served steaming hot. Adding an egg, proteins or flavoring agents enhances the taste of the dish.
What Dietitians/Nutritionists Generally Feel
Most RDNs choose to eat a variety of foods with different nutritional constituents and workout every day to stay fit. There is no one such “perfect food” or “bad food”. The general rule should be to eat different foods in correct portions while working out regularly. Get in touch with nutritionists/dietitians at www.firsteatright.com to correct your BMI, lose weight healthily or to start leading a healthy lifestyle.
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Dietitian & Nutritionist Dr. Nafeesa Imteyaz.