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Nutritionist Want You To Eat Like They Do

You probably have a nutritionist who would give you food advice for your diet (eat this, don’t eat that) and you’re grateful for it. But in this ever evolving world where there are new information about the nutrients found in foods constantly, you might wonder if the nutritionist is keeping you up to date with it all or point blank, you want to know what they eat. Well with this article, you’re many questions are answered.

Here are some of the top foods nutritionist have almost every day.



Nutritionist and Health Expert, Joy Bower states: “Though I love pretty much any nut you can throw at me, pistachios are one of my favorite. You can have two large handfuls for just 160 calories,plus they’re loaded with healthy fats and are downright tasty. I also like that you have to take them out of the shell, which slows things down so you can savor the flavor”.

Pistachios have many other health benefits such as, Vitamin A, Vitamin E, Potassium, magnesium, zinc,copper etc. They also have a protein content of 6g per 1 ounce which is a highest amount compared to other nuts like almonds. Pistachios are also highly recommended for a healthy heart. With it’s antioxidants and fatty acids, they are the best for the heart. They are also a go-to food for expelling dry skin and are great for weight management.



We all know about coffee and its health benefits (how can we not when half the population is addicted to it?). We know that it can help you burn fat, reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes, have great antioxidant properties, improves your workout performance and a list of many other important things. But there’s nothing like hearing a nutritionist actually saying coffee is a must have for them! Here’s what Kristin Kirkpatrick, a wellness manager at the Cleveland Clinic Wellness Institute had to say: “Coffee—it has so many benefits to almost every part of the body (brain, skin, heart, etc.). I also eat arugula daily because it’s green and I love the taste—and popcorn because it’s high in antioxidants and fiber.” When Kristin talks, we listen!

Greek yogurt, almond butter, and chocolate

Jaclyn London, M.S., R.D., senior clinical dietitian at Mount Sinai Hospital, didn’t only tip out one kind of food, but went all out by gracing us with 3 different types of food! We’re grateful. We’re humble. “I honestly can find a use for plain, nonfat Greek yogurt in just about anything (sweet or savory!). It’s high-protein, nutrient-rich, and low-calorie—which makes it great with fruit and an easy base for dip instead of anything cream- or mayo-based. And it’s now pretty widely available, so it’s easy to grab when I’m in a time crunch. Almond butter is delicious, high in protein and monounsaturated fat, and automatically makes any snack or breakfast more satiating (need I mention tasty). Yes, it’s high-calorie, so loading up on tablespoon after tablespoon is an easy way to overdo it (the serving is one tablespoon!). But it’s filling—especially when eaten with a high-fiber food for a snack (my favorite are pears)—so you don’t need much. And I eat chocolate because it’s delicious. Period.”


Obviously, this is not the only thing these Nutritionist eat but if you can adapt just a tiny bit of their eating habits, it can make all the difference in your overall health.

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