Top 10 Delicious Foods for Belly Fat Burning Fast

Top 10 Delicious Foods for Belly Fat Burning Fast

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Welcome to our latest video on the top 10 Protein-Rich & Delicious food for belly fat burning.

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1) Berries
They are low in calories but high in vitamin and essential minerals.
They are high in fibre and that leads to reduced hunger and increased feeling of fullness.
And they are extremely delicious too!

2) Apple
Apples are high in fibre and water – that makes you feel full faster.
Eating apple 30 min to an hour before meals reduce overall calorie intake.
Some studies have also shown that high intake of apple may reduce hypertension, reduce bad cholesterol and possibly help with reduction of stroke.

3) Tomato
Tomato is rich in lycopene ( an antioxidant ) which is linked to many health benefits like reduced risk of heart disease and cancer.
They are also a great source of vitamin c, potassium, folate and vitamin k.
Again it is high in water and fibre contents – and allows you to feel fuller faster and consume less calories

4) green leafy vegetables
Like lettuce, cabbage, kale, spinach are excellent food choices to lose weight fast.
They are packed with vitamins, minerals and plant nutrients like vitamin A, C, K, folate, magnesium, calcium, iron and potassium.
Taking more Vegetable allow you to eat more and weight less. In fact vegetable has almost no fat in them if no oil or butter was used in the cooking process.

In general, taking more fruits and vegetables have been shown to slow down onset of dementia and reduced incidence of cardiovascular diseases like heart attack and stroke.

5) Eggs
One boiled egg contain 40% of your daily vit d requirements, 25% of your daily folate requirements.
It provides you with high quality protein to build muscles and it raises your good cholesterol.
They make you feel fuller longer by
– increasing levels of a hormone that makes you full
– delays rate at which food leaves the stomach
This makes you feel more satisfied and therefore lower the desire to eat later in the day.

6) Fish: salmon and tuna
These fish have many health benefits.
They are rich in omega 3 fats – hence improving good cholesterol, reducing inflammation. They improve your vision and brain health.
They are rich in protein and therefore help your body heal and maintain muscle mass.
Eating more salmon and tuna can promote weight loss and decrease belly fat in overweight individuals.

7)Nuts: almond, cashew, walnut, peanuts
Nuts when consumed as part of a low-calorie diet may aid weight loss and lower blood pressure in people who are overweight and obese. They may improve cholesterol levels and reduce risk of heart diseases.
A useful tip is to snack on nuts when you are hungry in between meals – in replacement of unhealthy chips or cookies to reduce overall calorie intake.

8) Olive oil in replacement of other oil types for cooking
Olive oil is rich in oleic acid – this is a healthy monounsaturated fat that reduces inflammation and has power antioxidants that can reduce cholesterol and risk of heart diseases.
It is quite resistant to high heat – hence making it a healthy choice for cooking.

9) Oat
Oats are among the healthiest grains on earth.
They can help with lowering blood sugar, weight loss and reducing risk of heart diseases.
They are a great source of carbohydrate and fibre and rich in protein, vitamins and essential minerals.
They reduce sugar absorption and increases sensitivity of insulin.
They are also very filling – hence reduce your overall calorie intake and help you lose weight

10) brown rice
Brown rice is whole grain – so it contains the outer fibre layer, the middle starchy layer called endosperm and the inner nutrient rich core called the germ.
White rice in contrast is processed grain where the outer fibre layer and inner germ have been removed, leaving behind only the starchy endosperm.
This process removes much of the fibre and nutrients.
Weight for weight, brown rice has a lower glycemic index compared to white rice, therefore,reducing diabetes.
It promotes fullness because of its high fibre content and leaves you feeling satisfied but yet lowers your sugar and calories consumed.
It is an excellent replacement for white rice to help with reducing belly fat and weight loss.

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