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                    People are always asking me, "Doc, what should I eat?" Well the short answer is: MORE SUPER-FOODS!

                                        Below is a list of Glimpse Medical approved SUPER-FOODS - ENJOY!


  1.  Baby Spinach - At only 7 calories a cup you can enjoy a huge, fulfilling salad.

  2.  Grapefruit - Eating 1/2 grapefruit before each meal is a delicious way to help burn fat, thanks to the compound            naringenin.

  3.  Greek Yogurt - Get the good stuff! My personal favorite is "FAGE 2%" You are looking for high protein and low sugar on the label. 

  4. Nonfat Ricotta - Ricotta is made from whey protein. It can enhance muscle building and metabolism.

  5. Bell Peppers - Packed with vitamin C, just one bell pepper gives you 200% of your daily dose.

  6. Romaine Lettuce - Fill up on this leafy green that gives you your daily dose of vitamin K, and you can trim the number of calories you eat by 10% at each meal!

  7. Nuts - Walnuts and Almonds are the perfect combination of healthy fat, protein, and fiber. Make your own 100 calorie snack packs to help you slim down!

  8. Salmon - Canned is acceptable, you get a whopping 17gms of protein for a 3oz serving.

  9. Edamame - Snack on these perfect pods to keep you full and satisfied all day.

  10. Chili Powder - Capsinoids burn belly fat, so fire up that vegetarian chili for a fat fighting feast.

  11. Dark Chocolate - Thank Heavan! Just a small piece can satisfy your craving helping you to eat less of the unhealthy processed foods.

  12. Coconut Oil - Contains medium chain triglycerides that boost your metabolism. Tastes great too!

  13. Blueberries - Packed with antioxidants, these delicious beauties are only 80 calories per cup! Add oatmeal or greek yogurt for the perfect breakfast.

  14. Oatmeal - High fiber cholesterol fighting food that fills you up and starts your day out right. Don't get the flavored stuff; sweeten it yourself with fresh fruit!

  15. Broccoli - High in Vitamin C, this super food is full of anti-cancer properties.

  16. Avacados - Good for your skin, hair, and nails. This healthy fat is rich in folic acid, Vitamin K, and potassium.

  17. Red Beans - Nature's perfect food! Protein and fiber together make for the most satisfying meals that will kepp you full longer.

  18. Olive Oil - Mono-un-saturated fat, that is good for skin and heart health.

  19. Eggs - yes eggs....Egg whites are an amazing low calorie way to get protein. Add 1 yolk several times a week to get your lutein, which is important for eye health.

  20. Green Tea - Antioxidants GALORE!!! Keep a pitcher in the fridge and get at least 3 glasses a day. One with each meal.

  21. Quinoa - High in protein and gluten free. Considered a "complete" protein.

  22. Tomatoes - They contain lycopene, one of the most powerful natural antioxidants. Lycopene can aslo improve the skin's ability to protect against harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays.

 Let's start with this, call or click anytime for the new you.

                                                                                              Jill Oliver M.D.

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