10 Foods That Will Help You Burn Fat Faster Than Ever Before

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There are some foods out there that provide a host of nutrients that not only keep us active, but also help us during our fat loss goals.

For those who are looking to rev up the speed of fat loss, I have created a list of 10 foods that will help you burn fat faster than ever before.

Let’s take a closer look at these 10 foods.

1. Eggs

Eggs are a popular breakfast choice for many people around the world. They are delicious food item that provides the body with a high dose of vitamin B12.

Vitamin B12 is involved in a lot of metabolic processes, so it’s an important vitamin for keeping your fat-burning potential high. By eating eggs in the morning it’ll not only kick-start your metabolism, but it could also help the body to break down fat faster.

2. Chilli Peppers

Chilli peppers are loaded with capsaicin, and help improve your metabolism and even reduce the amount of saturated fat in your body. Studies have noted the boosting effects of capsaicin, which can last a couple of hours after a spicy meal.

3. Avocado

With right balance of nutrients and monounsaturated fat, avocados have shown to radically improve fat loss.  Not only do they boost metabolism, but they also ensure new fat isn’t stored. Because they are high in fat, most people have been scared to incorporate them into their diets; however, avocado is a source of good fat, helping you to feel fuller for longer with extra health benefits.

4. Milk

Studies show that n average daily calcium consumption of 1.2-1.3 grams per day triggers your metabolism and helps you lose twice as much weight. Because calcium is important for many aspects of health, milk is one of the most convenient sources available. You can also eat other cottage cheese as an alternative low fat source.


5. Oatmeal

Starting your day with a bowl of oatmeal is good for your metabolism, whilst also keeping you full for longer. Oatmeal is packed with a healthy combination of macro and micronutrients. It contains soluble and insoluble fiber, a moderate amount of protein and healthy fat, and plenty of complex carbohydrates.

6. Beans

Beans have a good health food reputation. They contain protein, fiber, healthy minerals, and are low in fat.  Beans have a good source of B vitamins, which is great for the metabolism. To ensure your getting a good range of B vitamins, you should eat a variety of different beans each week.

7. Quinoa

Quinoa has been labeled as one of the best vegan proteins available. It provides essential amino acids that your body needs. A healthy plant protein such as quinoa is low calorie substitute for rice and pasta, and comes with an extra protein benefit. Because of its fiber content, it helps you feel full for longer, which is great for any fat loss diet.

8. Cinnamon

Cinnamon improves the rate of glucose entering your cells. As a result your body uses less insulin and less fat is stored. As little as one quarter of a teaspoon a day can help boost your metabolism and help you shed fat quicker than you expected.

9. Cherries

Cherries are a great snack with low calorie content. They also have fat-fighting properties because they contain anthocyanin’s, which have shown to have an incredible effect on the body’s metabolism.

10.  Kale

Leafy greens such as kale are incredibly healthy foods. They are high in iron, which helps support a healthy metabolism by helping red blood cells to transport oxygen to wherever it is need in the body.  Kale also contains a vitamin K, an important antioxidant to help blood clot normally.

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Nathan Hewitt is a highly influential weight loss coach in the U.K. His weight loss transformation has impacted the lives of people across the world, and has featured on major media including, ITV, BBC, Australia's Sunrise TV, The Daily Mail, as well as radio and internet media worldwide. - Visit Nathan's website, and download his free ebook: How To Lose The First 30 Pounds 

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