GO and NO foods


We designed the GO and NO list to help you decipher between what you can and can’t eat on the Go Healthy lifestyle. Whether you are aiming to lose weight, generally just feel better (or both) the GO foods below will help you achieve it. If you want to know more about why the NO foods are grouped together, refer to the article titled 'Why these foods belong on the No list' in the learn section of the app.

Please refer to the GO list below for all the foods you CAN eat within our GoHealthy guidelines-

Vegetables (artichoke, asparagus, beetroot, peppers, broccoli, cauliflower, brussle sprouts, cabbage, celery, corn, cucumber, eggplant, green bean, lettuce, mushroom, onion, potato, green pea, radish, sweet potato, zucchini, tomato, kale, spinach, arugula, turnip, leeks, chard, spring onion, avocado, garlic, squash)

Fruits (apple, watermelon, orange, pear, cherry, strawberry, grape, mango, pomegranate, plum, apricot, grapefruit, melon, banana, papaya, coconut, peach, damson, guava, pumpkin, lychee, sapodilla, fig, dates, cranberry, jackfruit, mulberry, persimmon, quince, blueberry, raspberry, gooseberry, kiwi, dragon fruit, tamarind, olive, cashew apple, lemon, lime, pineapple, nectarine)

Legumes (beans, lentils, chickpeas, mung, peas)

Whole Grains (amaranth, barley, brown rice pasta, buckwheat, bulgur, corn, farro, millet, oats, quinoa, rice, rye, sorghum, teff, wheat, wild rice)

Nuts & Seeds (cashew, pecan, peanut, macadamia, almond, brazil, pistachio, walnut, chestnut, sunflower, pumpkin, flax, cola, cacao, cedar)

 Whole grain breads, plant milks, tofu, tempeh etc. are also GO foods.


The NO list outlines the foods that will prevent you from reaching your goals of losing weight and feeling great. Avoid these foods 95% of the time for best results! 

Meat and Poultry (beef, lamb, pork, chicken and all other animal proteins)

Refined foods (sugars, carbohydrates, oils etc.)

Seafood (shellfish should also be avoided)

Processed foods (ready made meals, fast food and anything that is not made of whole foods)

Dairy (in the form of milk, cheese, yoghurt, sweet goods, sauces etc.)

Oils (even cold pressed, extra virgin olive oil is high in calories compared to the whole olive)