Coconut milk: The healthy saturated fat in coconut comes from medium-chain triglycerides, a fatty acid your body prefers to burn rather than store.
Raspberries: Blueberries hog the spotlight, but raspberries are actually higher in fibre. One cup provides a whopping 8 grams. Experts say you probably get about half the fibre you should, and on a lower-carbohydrate diet, even less. Benefits include balanced blood sugar levels and reduced cravings.
Green tea: The popular beverage’s fat-burning benefits are well known. But balance it with a healthy diet and exercise for better results. It also helps reduce stress.
Avocado: It is high in healthy mono-unsaturated fat and fibre and improves overall diet quality, nutrient intake, and reduced risk of metabolic syndrome. One cup contains 10 grams of appetite-curbing fibre — the perfect food to top salads and burgers as a snack.