When grocery shopping, Cindy Ross with Bodies by Cindy says stay on the outside ring of the store, starting with the produce section.
Cindy says, "We do want to do apples, and even though oranges do have a lot of sugar, they have a great vitamin c source."
She also says any type of berry, from raspberries to blackberries to strawberrys and blueberries are good fruit choices.
Also, while in the produce section, Cindy give veggie suggestions.
"Anything like squash, zucchini, cucumber. They are high in fiber and great vegetables to pick."
In the meat section, "Turkey is our choice," says Cindy. "We are going to replace ground beef with ground turkey."
Cindy says replacing ground beef with ground turkey in spaghetti, tacos and hamburgers will cut a lot of fat out of your diet.
But don't be fooled by non-fat yogurt labels in the dairy aisle.
"You have these non fat loaded with sugar. I always tell my clients try to stay away from the non fat items cause they are usually loaded with a lot of other things to make them non fat," says Cindy.
Cindy recommends greek yogurt and adding your own fruit for a healthy breakfast.
Oatmeal is another good way to start the day. But stay away from the pre-packaged stuff in a box. Comparing the sugar content to the plain oats to the flavored ones -- Cindy shows us that there are 12 times more sugars in the pre-packaged ones.
On the bread aisle, there are not too many items that get Cindy's approval.
But sandwich thins and 15 grain bread are safe picks.