Trying hard to burn that fat off your belly? The struggle is real. But starving yourself is not the answer.
We bring you a list of foods you can munch on and still burn that fat away.
Fish is the leanest meat out there. Tuna, Salmon, Mackerel, all make your mouth water.
The body burns more cals digesting protein than digesting carbs or fat. There is another advantage for you!
Bake your fish to cut out the fat and gain more protein.
Nuts are a good source to feed your hunger pangs. Almonds, cashews, walnuts all help in keeping your tummy satisfied. Nuts also help absorb protein better.
An apple a day keeps the doctor away. Apples and other fruits contain antioxidants and are great to eat while you’re watching your cals.
Fruits also contain necessary fibers which should be included in your diet.
4. Green Tea
Green tea is great to cut some fat. It improves metabolism, and also has a good caffeine content which increases circulation. This helps in burning more cals.
Different Spices have different advantages, and help burn fat. Mustard helps increase metabolism, and turmeric helps break up fat.
So experiment with different spices this winter.
Having black coffee stimulates adrenaline which increases the fat burning capacity of your body.
7. Whole Grains
Whole grains are beneficial as they cut fat, and also provide fiber to the body. So munch on those popcorns as much as you would like, just try to avoid the butter.
Broccoli is great for your health as it fills your tummy up, and keeps you feeling good. It is good for its fiber content and can be easily added to your salads.
Adding Cinnamon to your diet as it has good weight loss benefits. Cinnamon helps regulate your blood sugar levels, and helps you be more energetic through the day. So, feel all christmasy this festive season by including cinnamon in your diet while also aiding your weight loss goals.
This winter tweak your diet around these foods, and workout well, to feel the difference.
Satisfy your hunger pangs and also stay healthy.
Beat that fat.
Get. Set. Sweat.