1. Apples – these are the ideal on the go low-calorie snack at only 70-100 calories each
  2. Steak – eating red meat may help you peel off the pounds, with the proteins in steak retaining muscle mass while shedding those pounds, try to consume local organic beef
  3. Eggs – can help you trim inches at less than 80 calories each and packed with vitamins, minerals and essential amino acids
  4. Kale – one raw chopped cup of Kale contains only 34 calories and about 1.3 grams of fiber, as well as a hearty helping of iron and calcium
  5. Oats – the steel-cut and rolled oat varieties are the most filling choice and they can also help to reduce cholesterol
  6. Lentils – eating lentils helps prevent insulin spikes that cause your body to create excess fat, especially in the abdominal area
  7. Goji berries – these chewy, tart berries are high in vitamin C and beta-carotene and have a hunger-curbing edge
  8. Wild salmon – omega-3 fatty acids improve insulin sensitivity which helps build muscle and decrease belly fat
  9. Buckwheat pasta – buckwheat is high in fiber and, unlike most carbs, containing protein making it a very filling food of choice
  10. Blueberries – berries with a blue hue have the highest antioxidant level of all commonly consumed fruit
  11. Almond butter – adding this spread may lower bread's glycaemic index, its omega 3 fatty acids also helps to support bone strength and lower LDL cholesterol levels
  12. Pomegranates – the seeds in Pomegrantes are loaded with folate and disease-fighting antioxidants, they're low in calories and high in fiber
  13. Chilli's – a compound in chilli's called capsaicin has a thermogenic effect, meaning it causes the body to burn extra calories for 20 minutes after you eat the chilli's
  14. Yoghurt – can stave off hunger by keeping blood sugar levels steady
  15. Quinoa – (pronounced awake-wah) can keep you satisfied for hours, it's high in protein and it contains all eight essential amino acids for tissue development
  16. Sardines – high in protein and loaded with omega-3's which also helps the body to maintain muscle
  17. Tarragon – can be used in place of salt in marinades and salad dressings, it's loaded with antioxidants and may even help protect against high cholesterol
  18. Parmesan – packed full of easily digestible protein and promotes the development of Bacillus Bifidus for a healthy gut
  19. Avocado – the heart healthy monounsaturated fat increases satiety is high in fiber, folate, potassium, vitamin E and magnesium
  20. Olive oil – has healthy fat that increases satiety (like avocado), research shows it also has anti-inflammatory properties