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7 Common Fat Burning Foods For Weight Loss
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Fat Burning Foods
Each one of the following foods is clinically proven to promote weight loss. These foods go
a step beyond simply adding no fat to your system – they possess special properties that add
zip to your system and help your body melt away unhealthy pounds. These incredible foods
can suppress your appetite for junk food and keep your body running smoothly with clean
fuel and efficient energy.
You can include these foods in any sensible weight-loss plan. They give your body the extra
metabolic kick that it needs to shave off weight quickly.
A sensible weight loss plan calls for no fewer that 1,200 calories per day. But Dr. Charles
Klein recommends consuming more that that, if you can believe it – 1,500 to 1,800 calories
per day. He says you will still lose weight quite effectively at that intake level without
endangering your health.
Hunger is satisfied more completely by filling the stomach. Ounce for ounce, the foods
listed below accomplish that better than any others. At the same time, they’re rich in
nutrients and possess special fat-melting talents.
These marvels of nature deserve their reputation for keeping the doctor away when you eat
one a day. And now, it seems, they can help you melt the fat away, too.
First of all, they elevate your blood glucose (sugar) levels in a safe, gentle manner and keep
them up longer than most foods. The practical effect of this is to leave you feeling satisfied
longer, say researchers.
Secondly, they’re one of the richest sources of soluble fiber in the supermarket. This type of
fiber prevents hunger pangs by guarding against dangerous swings or drops in your blood
sugar level, says Dr. James Anderson of the University of Kentucky’s School of Medicine.