What to eat and what not to eat: The complete ‘food guide’ for plus size women!


Someone has once said: Only dogs go for bones, real men go for curves. Endorsing that idea, we can say bones are out, curves are in. We with our voluptuous body can give free rein to our ‘fine food urges’ whenever we want without getting all hot and bothered about our figure. However, satiating our urges does not mean bidding goodbye to a healthy lifestyle. On the contrary, we should be mindful of what goes into our mouth. Here’s help to decide what we should eat and what we should not.  

Following are the 15 foods that are good for you and you should incorporate them in your meal.

Foods to Eat

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    Garlic: it boosts the immune system, lowers blood cholesterol and blood pressure, keeps digestive system disorders and blood sugar under control, and is also helpful in treating skin disorders and curing whooping cough.

  • Salmon: prevents heart attack, improves vision and also treats Alzheimer’s disease.

  • Watermelon seeds: reduces the chances of cancer.

  • Egg yolks: it prevents the chances of Alzheimer’s disease.

  • Black pepper: it is a blood purifier which assists in digestion and helps people recover their appetite. It also relieves chest congestion and heals cuts and wounds.

  • Spinach and kale: rich sources of vitamin, iron, potassium, magnesium and folate. Also contain Omega-3 fatty acids.

  • Sweet potatoes:  it is good for treating stomach ulcers. It lowers blood pressure, controls blood sugar and is helpful for treating certain types of cancers.

  • Olive oil: it reduces the risk of cancer and Alzheimer’s disease.

  • Bilberries: it improves blood circulation.

  • Broccoli: it boosts the immune system and protects the cells from the damage by free radicals. It also prevents cold, builds strong bones and improves eyesight.

  • Tomatoes: it lowers the risk of prostate, stomach and lung cancer. It also improves skin complexion, dissolves gall stones and also prevents hemorrhages.

  • Mackerel: it helps in proper blood circulation and in controlling blood pressure. It also promotes memory and learning abilities.

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    Red apples: it prevents cancer and enhances immunity. Also, if you are a smoker, this is the fruit for you.

  • Leek: it strengthens liver and also improves blood circulation.

  • Walnuts: it reduces the chances of gallstones and also improves brain functioning.
Similarly, there are foods that are not healthy. If you can’t refrain from them completely, it is best to partake of them occasionally.

Foods to Avoid

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    Battered and deep fried foods
  • Processed lunch meats
  • Greasy snack chips
  • Sugary sodas
  • Most canned spaghetti and ravioli
  • White bread and refined pasta
  • Sugary breakfast cereals
  • Frozen fried chicken, fish sticks and corn dogs
  • Red meat
  • Banana
  • Coconut butter
  • Peanut butter

Now, that you have a clear idea of what to eat and what to avoid, look at your daily diet. Does it match with this food guide? If not, you should hurry and make the changes now!

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