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Friday, 13 June 2014

7 Foods for weight loss

Lose weight and Look great !!!

1 Egg Whites.

Egg whites are a valued high protein-low carbohydrate source. During any weight loss regime it is essential to consume enough protein to help you recover from the strain you put on your body while exercising. Because of egg whites’ high protein content it facilitates immediate absorption and your body can process the food immediately. There are various egg white recipes. 

2. Green tea

Green tea is a good metabolism booster ! This exotic Asian hot drink has become something ordinary in our life but we can’t forget about its healthy properties. Rich in antioxidants, green tea boosts your metabolism and helps lose weight.

3. Apples

We all know how an apple a day will keep the doctor away, but do you also know that it helps keep fat at bay too? Apples are said to contain four to five grams of fiber per serving, so they are sweet as well as crunchy and keeps you full for a long time. They also contain antioxidants which add essential vitamins and minerals in your body.

4. Flaxseeds

This tiny, brownish, flat seed is packed with nutrients and could help eradicate a number of lifestyle diseases that are on the rise these days. Flaxseed is considered healthy due to the fact that they contain Omega-3 fatty acids, also known as ‘good fat’, lignans, rich in antioxidants and oestrogen content and fibre.

5. Beans

You've probably heard of cholecsystokinin - it's one of your best weight loss pals! Beans contain fibre that keeps your blood sugar level on check and keeps hunger pangs at bay. High fibre also helps lower your cholesterol.

6. Nuts and dry fruits
These tiny pieces contain a lot of goodness and essential nutrients which can keep various ailments away and strengthen your body. Dry fruits retain many of the nutritional values of fresh fruits and have an array of other healthy ingredients which makes them great to avoid chronic ailments and also reduce the risk of chronic disease.

7. Cinnamon

 Instead of adding sugar to your beverages or meals, try adding a pinch of cinnamon for increased energy and a slower release of insulin in your system. Cinnamon has a sweet taste and is completely guilt-free.

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