Burn Calories and Lose Weight with Negative Calorie Foods

Burn Calories and Lose Weight with Negative Calorie Foods



Burn Calories and Lose Weight with Negative Calorie Foods




Since almost everything we eat helps contribute to our weight gain and calorie consumption it is nice to know that there are foods working on our behalf to slow that process down. Foods that will help your burn calories while consuming them. Sound too good to be true? Well it is not, we actually have at our disposal regular everyday fruits and vegetables to help do just that. Do you want to know what they are? Read on and take a look at the list that will help you enjoy eating while burning calories.

Most people do not know about negative calorie foods because we have been inundated with books, articles and programs that tell us to simply eat less and cut out the carbohydrates. The foods you will see on my list are all fruits and vegetables, which are their own carbohydrates as they have some sugar content, but because of their fiber content, they help our body feel full and burn calories. What does negative calorie mean? Well, simply put it is when the calories burned exceeded the calories taken in. While we eat a handful of celery sticks our body is busy working away with both enzymes as well as the physical breakdown of the food. These processes require energy which comes from the food you are eating. However, because the food requires more calories for energy to process the actual break than than what you have just ate, it can start to work on stored calories (energy) that you have, helping you burn more calories and lose weight.

Continue to enjoy the foods you love, not worrying about the sugar but rather marveling in the fact that you are losing weight and feeling great!

List of Negative Calorie Foods

Asparagus

Beets

Broccoli

Green cage

Carrots

Cauliflower

Celery

Hot chili peppers

Dandelion greens

Watercress

Garlic

Green beans

Zucchini

Apples

Cranberries

Grapefruit

Lemon

Mango

Orange

Pineapple

Raspberries

Strawberries

Tangerine

Lettuce

Onion

Papaya

Radishes

Spinach

Turnip

Source by Karla M. Davis

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