Fat-Fighting Food

Posted by Team Nuvo on Oct 9, 2015


Many people who want to lose weight are constantly on the lookout for foods and pills that “blast fat.” Unfortunately, though, there’s really no such thing as a miracle cure for fat. That is to say that there’s nothing you can do, without diet and exercise that will just make the weight fall off while you eat whatever you want. Sorry- we’re bummed it’s not true too! However, there definitely are some foods that have fat-fighting powers and that, when consumed in conjunction with a healthy diet and exercise, can make losing fat a whole lot easier.

Fat-Fighting Food #1: Tomatoes

Whether cooked in a savory dish, sliced over a salad, or eaten alone as a sweet treat, tomatoes are a great addition to your diet…and to your fat-blasting efforts! Tomatoes will keep you feeling full without packing on fat or calories, and they’re also a good source of water, can keep you from getting bloated, and also supply fiber to keep things moving. Adding tomatoes to your weight loss routine should speed things up quite nicely!

Fat-Fighting Food #2: Whole Grains

Whole grains are another major fat-blaster! When you eat whole grains, preferably the non-processed type, and your body will reward you by burning major calories. Because of their makeup, whole grains take the body a lot of energy to digest, so when you eat them, you end up burning more calories than you would with other foods. That basically means that eating whole grains, in moderation, is basically like putting in a few extra minutes at the gym!

Fat-Fighting Food #3: Oranges

Oranges are another great way to fight the flab! In fact, any low calorie treat with high vitamin C content can provide you with the same benefit. Vitamin C helps satisfy sugar cravings, making you less likely to reach for the really bad stuff, like chocolate bars. It also supplies you with a nice dose of fiber, which will keep you feeling fuller longer, and can even regulate your blood sugar and increase your energy levels, making it easier to put in more time at the gym.

Fat-Fighting Food #4: Lean Protein

Protein is an important part of any dieter’s routine. Not only does it supply necessary energy and ward off hunger and cravings, but it also, like whole grains, requires your body to expend a lot of calories in its digestion. Just make sure you reach for lean, healthy proteins, like a skinless chicken breast or a nice filet of salmon. Fatty hamburgers and big steaks probably aren’t going to have the same benefit and might actually add fat, rather than fighting it- sorry!

As you can see, there are a lot of healthy, fat burning options you can add to your diet, and we’ll practically guarantee that this strategy will work better than taking some pill or supplement. Plus, when you choose to burn fat naturally, you won’t have to worry about risky side effects; you’ll get all the benefits and none of the drawbacks.


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