7 Healthy Foods Thin People Love

Whether it is blended into a healthy smoothie, baked into noodles, or put in a healthy salad, there is no way you can go wrong with this super anti-oxidant. Our favorite way to eat it is in the form of a Spinach Omelette!

When you really need a break from the oven, make a batch of hummus. You’ll love the delicious recipe shown here and enjoy it on toasted bread, pasta, or as a dip for your celery and carrots.

Life just would not be complete without having dark chocolate once in a while. When the craving for chocolate hits, try our No Bake Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies.

Salmon is a fabulous addition to any healthy diet plan, especially for people trying to increase their protein intake. Give your salmon a flavor boost with thyme, rosemary or oregano for a restaurant worthy dinner recipe without worrying about the calories.

Nut Butters (Peanut or Almond)
Who says peanut butter is not healthy? Rich in monounsaturated fats and protein, nut butters make a great addition to any diet plan if you eat them moderately. While peanut butter is delicious in any form, we can’t get enough of these Peanut Butter Balls That Won’t Make You Fat.

Abundant in e vitamin and healthy mono-unsaturated fats, a handful of almonds makes the perfect afternoon snack. They are also a key ingredient of the Fresh Pasta Salad recipe which is perfect for lunch.

Greek Yogurt
This food is delicious, healthy, and flexible: From salad dressing to frosting, this food is a great addition in almost any dish. Try our Greek Yogurt Dessert recipe.