Six Foods that Break Down Fat

The problem that often arises in general is weight, which is the accumulation of fat in the body in addition to a very disturbing appearance also cause health problems, which are often used as part of that belly flab, it is deep fat that can lead to heart disease, type 2 diabetes mellitus and even breast cancer. In addition to routine activities of sports, there are some foods that can help burn fat faster, the following types of food:

High fiber foods can help shrink belly fat, in addition to food and fiber quickly create satiety takes longer to digest; oatmeal, beans ...;

Protein rich diet
Protein requires more calories in the digestion process; Eggs contain vitamin B12 which can solve the fat cells; Beans (red beans, green beans, peas ...) is a protein source that also has extra fiber, but worth noting, fried beans contain a lot of saturated fat and contain lots of sugar baked goods;

Fruits and vegetables can help break down proteins and fats in the digestive process of converting it into energy for the body and give the liver and pancreas to release more toxins (papaya, pineapple ...);

Healthy fats
Monounsaturated fats can increase your metabolism and change in abdominal fat into energy; Olive oil, specifically to help burn fat and help keep kolerterol levels remain within normal limits; Almonds, protein sources which give effect to burn fat;

Numerous studies have revealed six types of foods that effectively burn and reduce fat (Beauty Genius), the type of fat destroyer foods:

Pears, low in calories and rich in fiber, contains catechins and flavonoids, an antioxidant that is capable of destroying animal fats (typically accumulate in the abdominal area);

    Popcorn, including whole grains that contain complex carbohydrates (requires a long digestion process) so that the stomach feel full longer;

    Cold potatoes, containing glimecic index lower than a hot potato (glimecic index (GI) measure of the impact of carbohydrates on blood sugar levels), low GI foods lead to a longer processed in digestion and blood glucose levels can be maintained in the normal range;

    Nuts and seeds, contain monounsaturated fats which can increase metabolism and convert fat into energy sources;

    Tea, according to some studies, 70% of fat cells absorb less fat intake due to the consumption of white tea, tea can destroy the fat stored in fat cells;

    Apple cider vinegar, which contains acetic acid can stimulate fat burning and prevent the accumulation of fat in the body;

    How well does it conform to accepted dietary guidelines?

    Fat. You’ll stay within the government’s recommendation that 20 to 35 percent of daily calories come from total fat. As for saturated fat, you’ll stay well below the government’s 10 percent max.

    Protein. DASH is within the acceptable range for protein consumption.

    Carbohydrates. DASH provides the recommended amount of carbohydrates.

    Salt. The majority of Americans eat too much salt. The recommended daily maximum is 2,300 mg., but if you’re 51 or older, African-American, or have hypertension, diabetes, or chronic kidney disease, that limit is 1,500 mg. DASH has specific meal plans for both sodium caps.

    Other key nutrients. The 2010 Dietary Guidelines call these “nutrients of concern” because many Americans get too little of one or more of them:

    Fiber. Getting the recommended daily amount—22 to 34 grams for adults—helps you feel full and promotes good digestion. DASH provides more than enough.

    Potassium. A sufficient amount of this important nutrient, according to the 2010 Dietary Guidelines, counters salt’s ability to raise blood pressure, decreases bone loss, and reduces the risk of developing kidney stones. It’s not that easy to get the recommended daily 4,700 mg. from food. (Bananas are high in potassium, yet you’d have to eat 11 a day.) Most Americans take in far too little. At about 4,900 mg., DASH more than meets the government’s recommendation—one of few diets that manages to do so.

    Calcium. This mineral is essential not only to build and maintain bones but to make blood vessels and muscles function properly. Many Americans don’t get enough. Women and anyone older than 50 should try especially hard to meet the government’s recommendation of 1,000 mg. to 1,300 mg. You shouldn’t have trouble on DASH.

    Vitamin B-12. Adults should shoot for 2.4 micrograms of this nutrient, which is critical for proper cell metabolism. DASH provides more than enough.

    Vitamin D. Adults who don’t get enough sunlight need to meet the government’s 15 microgram recommendation with food or a supplement to lower the risk of bone fractures. DASH comes up a little short, but choosing a vitamin-D fortified cereal can help. Also, just 3 ounces of sockeye salmon, which packs almost 20 micrograms of vitamin D, will satisfy the requirement.

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