Foods that burn fat

I hope your past all the parties by now, and made your New Year’s Resolution. And if your watching your weight, the resolution probably has something to do with losing some excess fat. No one wants to go to the gym looking like they need to go to the gym, if you know what I mean. Yes, I can say it, I gained a couple pounds over the holidays, but I know that I can lose that extra fat just by changing what I eat.
Most people don’t realize it but you don’t have to exercise to lose weight. If you limit your calorie intake and eat there right foods you will drop the weight. Now I want to be honest, if you had the extra weight for a long time it will take longer to lose it, but if you just added on a few pounds this winter and want to lose it before the warm weather, then just change your diet and the extra pounds will disappear.
I found an article about foods that can burn fat, read below and try it, but remember you have to cut the calories besides just eating these vegetables.

Did you know that there is a particular family of vegetables that has more fat-fighting and health-boosting benefits than ANY other?  It’s true!  We’re talking about cruciferous vegetables, and there are a wide variety to choose from…just take a look at all these options!

Kale
Broccoli
Cauliflower
Brussels Sprouts
Rutabaga
Cabbage
Bok Choy
Swiss Chard
Turnips
Arugula
Collard Greens
Watercress
Radishes

And here are just some of their benefits:

#1 – Improved digestion, satiety, and weightloss!  Cruciferous vegetables are high in fiber — fiber that promotes a healthier digestive tract while keeping you feeling fuller, longer.  In fact, many studies have shown that increased fiber intake leads to lower weight levels and even weightloss.

#2 – Lower levels of belly fat!  One unique benefit of cruciferous vegetables is their ability to fight off dietary and environmental estrogens that we may be exposed to through soy, plastics, and pesticides through a special phytonutrient called indole-3-carbinol (I3C).  Environmental estrogens have also been linked to high levels of belly fat, so by consuming more cruciferous vegetables you’ll be fighting off belly fat stores at the same time!

#3 – Increased Gut & Immune Health!  Even beyond the above two benefits a recent study published in the renown journal Nature Immunology discovered that specific proteins in cruciferous vegetables may play an essential role in gut health by boosting immune cell production and ultimately combating bacterial infections, chronic inflammation and potentially even bowel cancer.

#4 – Anti-aging!  Cruciferous vegetables have also been shown through research to boast antioxidant and anti-aging properties.  In fact, one study showed that participants who consumed 1 – 2 cups of cruciferous vegetables a day reduced their oxidative stress by 22% in just 3 weeks!

The list actually goes on and on with regard to what cruciferous vegetables can do for your body, fatloss results, and your health, so be sure to eat more of these “miracle” vegetables starting today!

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I'M RETIRE, I'VE TRAVELED TO MORE THEN TWO DOZEN COUNTRIES, SOME AS MANY AS 5 TIMES. I LOVE TO WRITE BUT EVEN MORE, I'M SOMEONE WHO HAS ALWAYS WORKED OUT. I HAVE DONE ENDLESS RESEARCH ON THE SUBJECT OF FITNESS. SO WHEN I DECIDED TO WRITE A BLOG IT WAS ONLY NATURE THAT I WRITE ABOUT MY FAVORITE SUBJECT.
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