Fab foods that burn fat!
If you are trying to lose weight, the general perception is that food is your biggest enemy. Let us assure you it’s not the case. In fact, nutritionists opine that certain foods can actually help your body’s ability to burn more fat aiding weight loss!
Most of us add curry leaves while seasoning, but do you know why we do so? Here’s why – curry leaves are known to reduce bad cholesterol levels and also remove the toxins and fat that is stored in our body. To cut fat, make curry leaves a part of your daily diet – mix them in your buttermilk, sprinkle them over your meal or season every curry you make with these magical leaves.
This might sound familiar, but a glass of warm water with honey and lemon juice is a tip that you are sure to get if you are thinking of losing weight. And trust us, this works! Honey has the capability to mobilise the deposited fat in our body and use it as energy for the daily normal functions!
Yes, an apple a day keeps the doctor away. But did you know apples are full of pectin, which binds the water in your body which in turn limits the absorption of fat by your cells. Since apples are full of fibre, they make you feel full instantly!
Well, we agree that cinnamon does not exactly come under the ‘food’ category. However, it is loaded with such amazing benefits. It can burn fat and not add calories at all! According to nutritionists, cinnamon is said to help your body metabolise blood sugar levels and reduce cholesterol. Now, go ahead and add cinnamon to your coffee, cereals, smoothies and even smoothies!
Sunday ho ya Monday, roz khao ande! Yes, this slogan still holds good and eggs are a powerhouse of nutrition! It’s the way to start your day, every day! Eggs are a concentrated form of animal protein minus the added fat which is found in the meat. Experts say that people who eat an egg every morning (in moderation of course!) along with/or toast or cereal are found to lose twice as much weight when compared to those who ate breakfasts that has more carbs.
Actually, oats is not as villainous as it is being portrayed. We mean oats is not ‘carbs’ but a whole grain and it’s a highly soluble fibre. So, oats has the ability to cut cholesterol as well as blood fat. In addition to this, oats makes you feel full and digests really slowly, which means you don’t have to reach out for that unhealthy snack mid-morning!
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