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Foods that Burn the most Fat

I have been maintaining my weight for over a year now. I am no professional athlete. I am not a nutritionist. I am a regular person just like you who had gained a few pounds. The only difference is, I have some information to share with you that can be very helpful. I have tried many diets to lose the weight. I was very successful on the Atkins Diet and The South Beach diet. My biggest problem was “Keeping The Weight Off”. I would gain all the weight back and then some. I would go on binges and start eating everything in site. What I did learn was how to lose the weight on my term and “Keep It Off”. I would be lieing if I said it is easy. Is it achievable? YES. You have to burn the fat. I have tried many foods as experimental fat burners and I have came of with these “Fat Burning Dynamos” Read and follow these guidelines and you too can experience it’s fat burning power.

Breakfast Foods
1. Oatmeal
2. Skim Milk
3. Whole Grain Cereal

Choose low-fat protein sources
Meat, poultry and fish along with egg whites and egg substitutes are some of your best sources of protein. But be careful to choose lower fat options, such as grilled or baked, not fried or breaded. Choose milk such as skim milk rather than whole milk and always select skinless chicken breasts rather than fried chicken patties.

Fish is another good alternative to high-fat meats. Some types of fish – such as cod, tuna and halibut – have less total fat, saturated fat and cholesterol than do meat and poultry. And certain types of fish are heart healthy because they’re rich in omega-3 fatty acids. These fats may help lower blood fats called triglycerides and may reduce your risk of sudden cardiac death. Omega-3 fats are most abundant in fatty, cold-water fish, such as salmon, mackerel and herring.

Fruits
1.Apples – Elevates blood sugar level safe and gradually and keeps it up over longer period of time than most fruits
2.Grapefruit – Rich in pectin which breaks down fat cells. Also rich in galacturonic acid which is a natural cholesterol and fat fighter
3.Berries – Contains lots of pectin which forces fat tissue to release fat cells. Also rich in cancer fighting nutrients

Soybeans – Rich in lecithin which blocks cellular fat absorption and promotes the breakdown of fatty deposits

Vegetables (no limit)
1.Artichokes
2.Parsley leaves
3.Asparagus
4.Cucumbers
5.Peppers
6.Tomato
7.Broccoli
8.Eggplant
9.Celery
10.Radishes
11.Zucchini
12.Brussels Sprouts
13.Leeks – cooked
14.Spinach
Carrots
Lettuce