Food that Burns Fat — Myth or Reality?

When you think of food that can be fat burning, it sounds almost too good to be true. However, certain types of foods actually have a high thermogenic effect, they are low in calories and have a high fiber content. So, if you eat these specific foods for a long period of time, you want to increase your metabolism, you will feel more comfortable and eventually they will help you and your fat burning process.

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Best Food and Vegetables

Here you will find a list of 9 foods/things that are fat burning:

Grapefruit

The grapefruit enters and does is to stabilize your insulin so it does not suddenly go crazy and makes big fluctuations. And thereby inhibits fat storage in the body.
Research has also shown that grapefruit juice can control your hunger. This does not mean that you should steal out and trade grapefruit and start living with them, but they may / should be eaten with a healthy and varied diet. It is estimated that an amount between 150–200 g yields result in a rapid effect.

Green Tea

Asian scientists say drinking 3–4 cups of green a day would have a positive effect on your metabolism and that people actually lost about 3 kg in just 8 weeks by drinking green tea every day.
The natural substance EGCG, which is found in green tea, speeds up the metabolism when it is consumed and burns it well. It also turns out that green tea has an effect on growth hormone and increases its production.
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Whole Grains

Your body burns twice as many calories when it breaks down whole grains (especially those foods rich in fiber such as oatmeal and brown rice), versus processed foods. Fiber also has a key role in how you have it after eating, as it improves your digestion.

Lean Meat

Leaned meat has a high protein content and lean meat also has a thermogenic effect on the body. According to digesting high-protein foods, the body burns up to 20–30% of the food consumed. This means that you are eating, for example, 100 grams of pure protein, equivalent to 400 kcal, so you actually use between 100 and 120 of the calories consumed to convert this protein.

Hot and Spicy food

Spicy food or spices like Black pepper, cayenne pepper, mustard, horseradishes are all known to increase your metabolism. Thanks to the content of the drug Capsaicin, you can get these on the list to be fat burning.
Capsaicin is also what goes in and gets the taste to be strong. Then add so much cayenne that can now be done in your food. Here you can read more about the fat-burning effect of chili.

Low-fat milk products

They are rich in calcium and these foods help maintain and build muscle mass, which is crucial for maintaining proper metabolism.
Low-fat milk products also increase the production of the hormone Calcitriol (the active ingredient in vitamin D) that has long been known to play an important role in the regulation of calcium and phosphorus, as well as mineralization of the bones. This hormone also causes the cells to burn more fat.

Lentils

Just a cup of lentils accounts for 35% of your daily need for iron. Very fine considering that up to 20% of all people are in iron deficiency. When you are in the absence of a nutrient, your metabolism is reduced automatically, as the body can not work effectively enough without. Not least, lentils are rich in protein (20–22 grams per 100 grams of lentils), which also have a thermogenetic effect, and not least a high fiber content.

Cinnamon

A spicy teaspoon of cinnamon every day can lower your blood sugar level, preventing high blood sugar levels, and here cinnamon can prevent preventing carbohydrates from being converted to fat.

Water

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Drink More Water

Although water is not a decisive food, it should still be added to the list. Water plays a huge role in weight loss. Dehydration leads to excess body fat, poor muscle definition, degradation in digestive efficacy and decreased organ function. You increase the body’s toxicity, and the muscles are easier to get sore.

Conclusion:

Even if you may need a balanced diet and diet, there are foods that can help you with fat burn if taken in the right amounts. As you say, they increase your metabolism, which accelerates the fat burning process.

These foods also have high nutritional content (maybe not water), they have virtually no empty calories, rich in fiber and that’s why we can hesitate to say that they help you burn fat!

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Hi everyone, welcome to my blog about health, beauty, weight loss, and lifestyle! I am Mike Shaw, https://medium.com/@mikeshaw786/

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