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  • 1. Fat burning foodsLosing weight is easier when we incorporate fat burningfoods into our diet. Fat burning foods work in a variety ofways. Some work because the combination of theircomponents increases our metabolic rate. Some work dueto being low in calories and because they require moreenergy to digest. Others work because they are low incalories and even when ingesting a small quantity of theparticular food we feel full. The cooking method selectedcan also result in a lower calorie count, which ultimatelyequates to increased fat loss.Regularly eating fat burning foods with the above qualitieswill, over time, result in effortless fat loss. Add exercise intothe mix, and fat loss will occur at an even faster rate.Fat Burning Foods - 10 of the Best:FruitAlong with being good for us and tasting great, most fruitshave excellent fat burning properties. Citrus fruit, inClick Here
  • 2. particular, has an abundance of vitamins and minerals including vitamin C, which is a proven fatburner. It also has a high water content and a low calorie count. Citrus fruits include oranges,lemons, limes, grape fruit, kiwi fruit, mandarins, tangerines, kumquats and clementines. Otherfruits high in vitamin C include apples, strawberries, raspberries, cherries, plums, grapes andtomatoes.Fruit, in general, increases metabolism and reduces bad cholesterol levels, so try to include it inyour diet every day. An easy way of doing this is to have fruit for breakfast and if you feel like asnack, make it fruit. Blueberries, bananas, mangoes, papaya and pomegranates are other healthy,delicious and satisfying fruits to incorporate into your diet on a regular basis.VegetablesThe majority of vegetables are low in calorie and contain vitamins and minerals that rev up ourmetabolism. Most are also fat free and even lower in carbs than fruit. Vegetables that can be eatenin abundance include spinach, broccoli, cabbage, artichokes, beans and peas. Cucumbers, lettuceand celery are also excellent choices because of their very low calorie and high water content.Due to their higher calorie count, potatoes and sweet potatoes or yams should be eaten inmoderation. When you do eat these, try to cook them with their skin on as the skin is a greatsource of insoluble fiber.
  • 3. When cooking vegetables, steaming or boiling will not add any calories. If you want to stir-fry yourveggies, do so in the so called "good" oils such as olive, soybean, sunflower or sesame oil. Steerclear of deep frying and heavy, fat laden sauces. Instead, use fresh herbs and spices to add flavour.Oats and BarleyCereals containing oats or barley are excellent fat burners due to their high insoluble fiber content.Foods containing insoluble fiber satisfies our hunger and keeps us feeling full for longer. When wefeel satiated we are less likely to eat large meals or snack on junk food.Edible PulsesChickpeas (garbanzos) and lentils fall under the category of edible pulses, or legumes. They arenutritious, satisfying and with the addition of herbs and spices, very tasty. They are also low incalories and cholesterol, high in fiber and abundant in amino-acids/plant protein.The variety of uses for these edible pulses is only limited by your imagination. They can be eatenhot in soups or stews or cold in salads and, containing close to 25% protein, they make an idealmeat substitute for vegetarians who can find it hard to get sufficient protein in their diets. Otheredible pulses include kidney, navy, string, lima, bush and soy beans and peanuts.Eggs
  • 4. In the old days we were told that eating eggs resulted in high cholesterol and that we should onlyeat the whites and maybe one or two whole eggs per week. Medical opinion on this has changed,and eating an egg a day is now not just considered safe, but encouraged.Eggs provide us with protein and minerals. They are quite low in calories and low in the saturated,or "bad" fat we should avoid. Some studies have, in fact, shown that a regular consumption of eggscan increase our level of "good" cholesterol.Veggie omelets combine two fat burning foods. They are quick and easy to make, and thevegetables, herbs and spices used can be changed around so they never become boring.Some dietary studies have concluded that those who eat an egg for breakfast on a daily basis, alongwith or instead of toast and cereal, lose double the amount of weight as dieters who eat acarbohydrate based breakfast.NutsNuts are filling, nutritious and they contain monounsaturated fatty acids, also known as MUFAs.These healthy fats actually burn fat. This makes nuts a far better snack choice than a donut orcandy bar and they are just as convenient to grab on the run or pack in your lunch box. Nuts canalso be used as an ingredient in salads and stir-fries, or as a coating when baking fish.
  • 5. Weve all had it drummed into us that fats make us fat. You may be surprised to know that this isnot necessarily the case, and that people who lack healthy fats in their diet are far more prone topiling on the pounds than those who regularly include moderate amounts of healthy fat. The keyhere is moderation. Eat a small handful of peanuts, pecans, hazelnuts, macadamia nuts, almonds orwalnuts every day and reap the health and weight loss benefits. Any more than a small handfulthough, and you will risk consuming too many calories.FishFish is an excellent source of protein and being rich in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, providesus with the good fats our bodies need to stay healthy. It is also low in calories and saturated fat.Any fish is good, providing it is grilled, baked or pan fried and not deep fried or smothered in heavycalorie-laden sauce. The best sources of omega-3 fatty acids include salmon, mackerel, trout andtuna.Chicken and TurkeyFor those who eat meat, white meat such as chicken and turkey is a better option than red meat.Chicken and turkey are excellent fat burning foods as they are high in protein with a low caloriecount and carbohydrate level. High protein foods take longer to digest than foods with a lowprotein content, and more energy is expended in the process. Its important not to consume thechicken or turkey skin as these are high in fat. If you must have red meat, limit it to a small serving
  • 6. two to three times a week at most, and choose lean cuts or pork. As with other foods, the way it iscooked and ingredients added can increase the calorie count substantially.WaterWhile not a food, water deserves to be included in this list. Water is essential for life. It keeps ourmetabolism ticking over, therefore it helps us burn body fat. It also helps flush toxins from oursystem and it is calorie free.Foods that contain a lot of water impart a feeling of fullness, so we need less of the food to feelsatisfied. Examples include cantaloupes, cucumbers, gourds, chard, papaya and watermelon.When possible, choose whole foods over processed or refined food, using the fat burning foodsabove for reference. These fat burning foods contain lower levels of fat and sugar and less caloriesand carbohydrates than cakes, cookies, pizza and the like. Centering your diet around the formerfoods and limiting consumption of the latter will ulitmately result in a healthy weight loss.Article Source: youre really serious about Burn Fat then you need to check this