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Low Sugar Vegetables
 

Bell Peppers Broccoli Cabbage
     

Garlic Romaine Lettuce Mushrooms
     

Salsa Celery
     

   
Spinach    

 

Medium Sugar Vegetables
 
Onions Beans Baked Potato
     
 
Squash Sweet Potato  
 
High Sugar Vegetables
 

Carrots Peas

Corn

 
Low Sugar Fruits
 

Apple Blackberries Blueberries
     

Lemons Limes Raspberries
     
 
Cantaloupe Grapefruit  
 
Medium  & High Sugar Fruits
 
Banana Mango Orange
     
Strawberry Tomato Watermelon
     
Papaya Pineapple Orange
     
Pear Nectarine Papaya
     
 
Peach Plum  
 
Low Sugar Grains

Ezekiel Bread Kashi Cereals Old Fashioned Oatmeal
 
Medium & High Sugar Grains
 

Brown Rice White Rice Tortilla (wheat)
Tortilla (white) Grits White Bread
 

Proteins

 

Eggs Salmon Tilapia
     

Chicken Beans Turkey
     

Milk Tuna Dolphin
     
 
Yogurt Cottage Cheese  
 
Weight Loss Fats
 

Almonds Avocados Canola Oil
     
Extra Virgin Olive Oil Unsalted Peanuts Peanut Oil

Sunflower seeds

Feta Cheese

Fish Oil

 
Light Salad Dressings
 

Balsamic Vinaigrette Italian Olive Oil
     

 
Raspberry Vinaigrette Vinegar  
 

Liquids

 

Water

Lactose Free Organic Rice/ Almond Milk.

Orange Juice

 
Natural Performance Enhancers
 

Juice Plus Honey Eggs
     
Peanuts Olive Oil Sugar
     
Beans  White Rice Fish Oil
 
My Best Bad Foods: 
 
All Natural Peanut Butter Low Fat Chocolate Ice Cream Yogurt Popcorn w/o Salt/Butter & Lots of Hot Peppers
 
Misc Food Links
     

World's Healthiest foods by Whole foods

 

Benefits of Grass Fed  Beef

 

Healthy Shake of the Month: Super Chocolate Nutty Shake

 

16 oz. of water, 2 cups of ice, 12 oz. Lactose Free Milk, 1 tbspn.

Extra Virgin Olive Oil, 20 Peanuts, & 1 Banana

 

Note:  These foods are just the favorite foods of NaturalBodyMan to eat on a regular basis.  These foods are not meant as a medical advice.  The information on this website should not be used to diagnose or treat any disease, illness, metabolic disorder, or other health problem.  Always consult your physician or health care provider before beginning any nutrition or exercise program.  Use of the information of this website is to the sole choice and risk of the reader.