Burning fat, and trying to keep the weight off, isn’t a fast or simple big, but a couple of easy diet methods can be a huge support along the way. Our favorites? Ingesting tons of protein, fiber, and healthy carbs, which boost your metabolism and always keep you feeling full all day long.

green tea for fat burningBest Fat Burning Foods

fat burning foods

  • Eggs, build muscle, burn fat
  • Berries, prevents cravings and improve satiety
  • Fatty Fish like salmon, mackerel, and tuna triggers fullness, commence fat burning
  • Peanut Butter builds muscle and aids in burning fat
  • Green Tea initiates fat burning
  • Grapefruit regulates blood sugar and metabolism, it also lowers insulin
  • Almonds reduce cravings and builds muscle
  • Dairy products build bones and aids in weight loss
  • Chili peppers raises your metabolism
  • Whey burns fat and builds muscles
  • Beans and legumes regulates digestion and helps burn fat plus build muscles
  • Green veggies which aids in recovery for muscles and fight free radicals
  • Lean Meats boost immune system


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If you’re unsure on ways to work these calorie-burning ingredients into your day-to-day menu, begin with these recipes.

Broccoli and Feta Omelet with Toast

Spiced Green Tea Smoothie

Chocolate-Dipped Banana Bites

White Bean & Herb Hummus with Crudites

BBQ Turkey Burgers

Middle Eastern Rice Salad

Energy-Revving Quinoa

Breakfast Barley with Banana & Sunflower Seeds

Curried Egg Salad Sandwich

Black Bean and Chicken Chilaquiles

Pan-Grilled Salmon with Pineapple Salsa

Crisp Chickpea Slaw

Red-Lentil Hummus

Banana Nut Oatmeal


Your body burns twice as many calories breaking down whole foods (especially those rich in fiber such as oatmeal and brown rice) than processed foods. Protein has a high thermogenic effect: You burn about 30% of the calories the food contains during digestion (so a 300-calorie chicken breast requires about 90 calories to break it down). Credit







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