Here’s a list of our top ten choices:

Diet Food: Grapefruit

Studies show that the chemical properties in grapefruit can reduce insulin levels, which promote weight loss and boosts metabolism, plus it’s an excellent source of vitamin A, vitamin C, potassium, and fiber.

Diet Food: Apricots

Apricots come into season toward the end of spring in the warmer areas where they grow and offer 60 percent of your daily-recommended dose of vitamin A, they are also a god source of fiber.

Diet Food: Cherries

Loaded with nutrients that help promote detoxification and powerful antioxidants that help boost immunity, cherries can help fight off damaging free radicals.

Diet Food: Cherry Tomatoes

These low-calorie, water-rich, bite-sized tomatoes are great in salads, recipes or anytime you need a snack.

Diet Food: Blueberries

Not only are they full of vitamins and antioxidants like lutein and vitamin K, but blueberries may also help reduce belly fat!

Diet Food: Cucumbers

In late spring, cucumbers are the perfect diet food. Low in calorie and full of water, they contain sulfur and silicon, which can act as natural diuretics.

Diet Food: Asparagus

Asparagus are a good low-calorie source of folate and vitamin A. At less than four calories per spear, you can eat a lot of this nutritious spring vegetable. Just skip the heavy, high fat sauces or butter. Grill it as a side dish for a more filling meal.

Diet Food: Carrots

Spring carrots offer a lot of sweet juicy flavor, without a lot of calories. And sweet root vegetables like carrots can help curb sugar cravings.

Diet Food: Spinach

Spring greens like spinach have a very rich flavor due to cool, crisp air and relatively shorter growing days. For only about 10 calories per cup, you get a flavorful veggie that satisfies your hunger with fiber, water, antioxidants, vitamins (vitamins K and A), and minerals (magnesium, potassium, and iron).

Diet Food: Broccoli

This vegetable is rich in vitamin B complex, which is important for the release of energy from carbohydrates, and magnesium, which aids with sugar cravings.