Fat burning foods that will help you lose weight and still taste great! Add these fat burning foods into your weekly shop and you'll soon shed the pounds...
We’d all like to shed a few pounds for summer, but diets can be hard to stick to – not to mention very dull if you’re stuck eating the same salad every day. Who wants to restrict themselves like that?!
But, by adding these fat burning foods into your diet, they will not only help you lose weight, but they will also speed up your metabolism so you keep the weight off, for good! Plus it’s the easiest way to drop a dress size without even trying and without any strict diet rules! Simply add a few of these magic fat burning foods into your daily diet and you should soon see results.
Avocados, watermelon, lentils and almonds are all tasty treats that feature in our list of fat burning foods, so sticking to this healthy eating plan doesn’t require you to skimp on taste. Get them on your shopping list, pronto!
Look below to see our list of the foods to incorporate into your weekly that will help you lose weight this summer.
Fab fat burning foods to add to your diet today:
Whether your squeezing over a hot dog or adding it to a salad dressing, mustard can provide that hot peppery finishing hit to a variety of meals.
And now as well as making our meals taste a whole lot better nutritionist Dr Marilyn Glenville has also argued that adding mustard to you meals – in moderation – could help you burn a whopping 16% more fat.
And it’s all down to a metabolism-boosting ingredient called capsaicin.
Dr Marilyn said: “The capsaicin’s heat may help with a process called thermogenesis where your body can convert fat into heat, so helps to burn more fat, which aids to weight loss.
“Including thermogenic ingredients in your diet may boost your metabolism by up to 5 percent, and increase fat burning by up to 16 percent.
“If you are buying ready-made mustard make sure that it does not contain sugar as this is going to be counterproductive for your weight.”
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We love a G&T, but we suspected our favourite tipple is likely to make us gain weight, not lose it. Well apparently, we were wrong. Okay, sugary tonics don’t do us much good, but a shot of gin can actually speed up your metabolism and help your body burn fat quicker. Researchers from the University of Sigulda in Latvia have revealed that gin can cause an ‘after burn’ effect, which boosts your body’s calorie-burning potential.
Apple cider vinegar
Victoria Becham’s go-to home remedy for good gut health, the mother-of-four revealed that she drinks two tablespoons of unfiltered apple cider vinegar every morning. While the acetic acid in vinegar may help reduce fat production and improve blood cholesterol levels, even VB admits that it doesn’t taste great sipped off a spoon. Her advice for drinking it daily? ‘Be brave!’