• 6 Top Summertime Foods for Weight Loss

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    Lighten up your diet this summer with these six top refreshing foods and drinks for weight loss.

    WebMd.com presents the following dietitian’s picks for some of the best foods to help with weight loss during the summer.

    Best Summer Weight Loss Food No. 1: Chilled Soups

    Moores loves all kind of produce but says cold soups are among her favorite low-calorie dishes. Chilled soups like gazpacho or cucumber-dill that contain lots of chunky vegetables are a great way to start a meal.

    “Research shows that a low-calorie, broth-based soup at the beginning of the meal will fill you so you eat less at the meal,” says Moores, a St. Paul-based nutrition consultant.
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    Best Summer Weight Loss Food No. 2: Watermelon

    Who doesn’t love diving into a crisp, juicy slice of watermelon when it’s hot outside?

    “Half of the watermelon comes from water. …It’s a wonderful way to satisfy thirst and a yen for something sweet,” says Moores.

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    Best Summer Weight Loss Food No. 3: Grilled Veggies

    For registered dietitian Dawn Jackson, a plate of grilled vegetables is a summertime must-have. She recommends keeping a plate of grilled onions, bell peppers, zucchini, carrots, eggplant, asparagus, and garlic in your fridge. You can use them to make dishes like:

    1. Grilled vegetable and goat cheese salads
    2. Grilled vegetable pitas
    3. Grilled vegetable, ricotta, and fresh herb pasta and frittatas

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    (Check out the other 3 best summer foods for weight loss here)

    In addition to these summer foods, be inspired to be active by the following video public service announcement from Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move” campaign.



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