Focus on Whole, One-Ingredient Foods
Eat foods in the form most closely found in nature. Kinzly said they're "loaded with healthy vitamins, minerals, and fiber to keep you full." Your plate should include whole foods such as complex carbs — like fruit, sweet potatoes, and whole grains — a variety of veggies, nuts and seeds, lean protein, and eggs. Also, limit the packaged foods with tons of ingredients, additives, and dyes, and don't forget the healthy fats.