Cutting back on Ben & Jerry’s and Tostitos is one of the suckiest parts of dieting. But that doesn’t mean you have to go hungry. People will go crazy, and cut out whole food groups, or be really intense with exercise without refueling appropriately. But it’s really important to give your body adequate calories, and nutrients to take care of itself. That’s where fat-burning foods enter the equation. in this video, we will talk about the best fat burning foods.
Nuts and nut butters.
Nuts have healthy fat, fiber, and protein, which is a great combo to keep you energized and satisfied
eggs help keep you satisfied and energized so you can maintain muscle while you’re burning fat.
Milk offers tons of bone-building calcium (300 mg in one cup) and animal protein (eight grams)–and you don’t have to choose the low-fat varieties to enjoy those benefits.
Because they’re loaded with fiber, these sweet treats help improve satiety and reduce cravings as you’re burning fat.
Avocados are a really great combination of monounsaturated fats plus tons of fiber, which helps you to stay satisfied,
Fish is a great option to help build muscle and keep you full. One four-ounce serving of cooked wild salmon has about 29 grams of protein for just 200 calories.
Grapefruit is a very low-calorie density food, also high in antioxidants including vitamin C and beta-carotene to support healthy immune system function. Plus, it has a ton of fiber at three grams per fruit.
Dark leafy greens
Dark, leafy veggies contain loads of iron, which supports efficient oxygen transport throughout your body. So your green salad helps you maximize your workout by building muscle at the same time you’re burning fat
People often cut carbs for weight loss, but regularly eating complex carbohydrates (oats, buckwheat, brown rice) actually helps your metabolism. You’re less likely to struggle with cravings when you’re well-fueled
Not only will quinoa satisfy any carb cravings, but it is also a good source of protein with six grams per serving. Quinoa is also a great source of magnesium (about 60 mg per half-cup serving), which helps promote sleep
Whey protein has been shown to support muscle repair, building, and retention, And since muscle burns more calories than fat, it helps support an efficient metabolism.