October 1, 2015 6:11 AM EDT

When it comes to controlling weight, all fruits and vegetables are not created equal–or so found a new study published in PLOS Medicine, which revealed that extra daily servings of specific foods corresponded with various weight changes (during the four-year intervals in which the 133,000 study participants were tracked). A sampling:

SOY OR TOFU

2.47 lb. lost, on average, over a four-year period

BLUEBERRIES

1.38 lb. lost

APPLES OR PEARS

1.24 lb. lost

PEPPERS

0.76 lb. lost

TOMATOES

0.07 lb. lost

–Mandy Oaklander

This appears in the October 12, 2015 issue of TIME.

Write to Mandy Oaklander at mandy.oaklander@time.com.

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