The first low-carb food on London’s list is leafy greens, which includes spinach, kale, arugula, bok choy, Swiss chard and collard greens.
While winter squash (like kabocha squash and delicata squash) are not considered low-carb, London says that zucchini (a summer squash) is.
Tomatoes are another fruit rich in vitamin C — one reason why London loves this low-carb food.
Eating this low-carb food regularly can help reduce obesity related disorders and may protect against certain types of cancer.
Like other types of seafood, tuna is also full of protein, so adding it to your meal will make it more satiating and help provide your body with energy.
It’s especially rich in omega-3 fatty acids, a type of fat that helps lower inflammation and protect against heart disease and potentially mood disorders.