Boost Your Diet with Natural Fat Burning Foods

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The fastest weight loss can be achieved by choosing the right diet plan and adding some fat burning foods to it. Read on to know more about how to do it.

Let’s talk about the right diet first. You need to think about your goals now. Are you hoping to lose weight super fast or would you rather do it a bit slower but get permanent results?

If you really are after some very quick weight loss, your best choice is a short low-calorie diet like the TWA stewardess diet. This is the ideal choice if you need to fit into a dress for some days, but not really a good solution if you are after some permanent results.  Fast diets are demanding and you are likely to gain the weight you lost back once you go off the diet.

If you are hoping to lose weight for good, you need to take a look at your eating habits and make some changes there. It is often enough to remove or replace one or two foods on your diet (hint, the foods with most sugars in them are usually the key here) to start losing weight. You can also adopt a new lifestyle, like the low carb – high-fat food regime, which is the best diet there is when considering long-term results in both weight and health wise.

Once you have chosen a suitable diet plan, you can go on introducing the fat burning foods on your menu. Some of the best foods to burn fat are cayenne pepper, cinnamon and citrus fruits due to their high concentration of vitamin C.

Cinnamon enhances the body’s ability to use blood sugar as fuel instead of storing it as body fat. 0.5-1 teaspoon of cinnamon per day is enough to get the full benefits of cinnamon. Delicious! Cayenne pepper, or actually capsicum, a chemical found in cayenne pepper, makes the body burn more fat for energy and simultaneously reduces your appetite. The best combination for a weight loss! Consume half a teaspoon of cayenne pepper a day for these benefits. Vitamin C is essential for the body to be able to use fat as energy. A vitamin C deficiency can slow down your dieting attempts. Fresh citrus fruits are a great vitamin C source. Just remember that they are also high on sugar, so keep your citrus fruit consumption on one a day or less.

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