Starting a new diet usually means going through your fridge and tossing out foods that might derail you in your quest to shed the pounds. There are a few foods you might think you should ditch, but dieticians say you should keep.
For example, experts recommend you should eat natural peanut butter with no trans fat. Make sure you keep to 1 to 2 tablespoons a day.
About a cup of 100% whole grain pasta per day can help stabilize your blood sugar levels and provide vitamin B. A baked potato will keep you feeling fuller, longer. And 1 ounce of cheese provides you with calcium and protein. Eating a piece of mozzarella string cheese or one square of American cheese per day is all you need.
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