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7 Common Fat Burning Foods For Weight Loss
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An average size apple provides only 81 calories and has no sodium, saturated fat or
cholesterol. You’ll also get the added health benefits of lowering the level of cholesterol
already in your blood as well as lowering your blood pressure.
Easy does it is the password here. We’ve all heard about potential dangers of caffeine –
including anxiety and insomnia – so moderation is the key.
The caffeine in coffee can speed up the metabolism. In nutritional circles, it’s known as a
metabolic enhancer, according to Dr. Judith Stern of the University of California at Davis.
This makes sense, since caffeine is a stimulant. Studies show it can help you burn more
calories than normal, perhaps up to 10 percent more. For safety’s sake, it’s best to limit your
intake to a single cup in the morning and one in the afternoon. Add only skim milk to tit and
try doing without sugar – many people learn to love it that way.
There’s good reason for this traditional diet food to be a regular part of your diet. It helps
dissolve fat and cholesterol, according to Dr. James Cerd of the University of Florida. An
average sized grapefruit has 74 calories, delivers a whopping 15 grams of pectin (the special
fiber linked to lowering cholesterol and fat), is high in vitamin C and potassium and is free of
fat and sodium.
It’s rich in natural galacturonic acid, which adds to its potency as a fat and cholesterol
fighter. The additional benefit here is assistance in the battle against atherosclerosis
(hardening of the arteries) and the development of heart disease. Try sprinkling it with
cinnamon rather than sugar to take away some of the tart taste.