9 Foods That Help Fight Body Fat!


Dream of getting rid of that gut? Here are nine foods that help trim belly fat when you add them to your diet.
Transforming your Buddha belly into a sexy set of six-pack abs requires a few changes and a bit of effort, for sure. But you might be able to shrink that gut better and faster if you eat the right foods. Here are nine you should add to your diet if you’re concerned about your belly area.

Black Beans
All legumes are full of protein and fiber — two well-known appetite crushers. And thanks to their dark color, black beans are also one of the highest in flavonoids of all the beans. And research shows that flavonoids may thwart the storage of excess tummy fat.

Pears
Fresh pears are so low in calories and high in fiber, you could eat one before every meal and still lose weight. But even better, pears are loaded with catechins and flavonols — two antioxidants that appeared to hinder the storage of belly fat in a 14-year study.

Popcorn
Go ahead. Pop up a bowl. Olive Oil, Sea or Himalayan Salt on your popcorn is a real gut whittler. Why? Because popcorn is a whole grain — and a study revealed that people who ate lots of whole grains had smaller middles compared with folks who ate mostly refined grains. So while you’re waiting for yours to pop, clear all the white rice, pasta, and bread out of your cupboards.

Cold Potatoes
Hate having to pass on the potatoes for the sake of your pants size? Well, you may not have to. Just eat them cold — as in vinegar potato salad. If you chill potatoes overnight, they form something called resistant starch crystals — a constituent of fiber that triggers the production of two hunger-halting hormones, according to research. And resistant starch helps the body incinerate more fat for fuel while making less fat available to stash away in fat cells.

Peanuts
Hard to believe that rich-tasting, calorie-packed peanuts could help you lose weight. But they just might. Seems the healthy fats in peanuts are burned more readily than the less-healthy fats found in cookies, chips, and creamy desserts. So make them your snack of choice.

Sunflower Seeds
Toss ’em into soups and salads, mix them into yogurt, or sprinkle them onto sandwiches for nutty crunch. Plus, sunflower seeds (unsalted, please) are high in monounsaturated fat — a healthful type of fat that appeared to inhibit waist widening in a study of overweight people.

Tea
Seems the white version of this brew may be a veritable fat blaster. When human fat cells were treated with white tea extract in a lab study, the cells absorbed about 70% less fat than the untreated cells did. And those same tea compounds also triggered the breakdown of fat in existing cells.

Apple Cider Vinegar
As a fish condiment and tang-provider for sauces and salad dressings, nothing beats apple cider vinegar. But here’s a big bonus: Apple cider vinegar also has a compound called acetic acid, which turbocharges the body’s ability to burn fat and simultaneously hinders fat storage.

Safflower Oil
This popular salad dressing ingredient could be a big boon to your belly-flattening efforts, thanks to the omega-6 fatty acid called linoleic acid. It may rev up metabolism. And in a study, just a couple of tablespoons a day appeared to encourage belly fat to take a hike.

An Active Approach
Eating foods that seem to target belly fat is just a starter strategy for getting rid of that gut. You’ll see better, faster results if you exercise, too. In fact, just being more active in general helps. In one study of office workers, just standing up more often helped melt 1½ inches from people’s waists. It doesn’t take much — just a few extra hours a week of exercise may produce results.

Stress Less
Reducing stress may help with the battle of the bulge, too. Chronic stress boosts your blood levels of cortisol — the “fight or flight” hormone. And cortisol encourages belly fat in two ways:

It triggers cravings for sugary, high-fat comfort foods.
It signals the body to store more fat in your abdomen.

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About thelifestylechanger

Glenda De Luca has spent over 25 years in the Beauty Industry, and has transitioned from the temporary beauty fix to permanent health and well-being, helping others transform their outer beauty based on nutrition and movement. She has also spent two years doing extensive research on the effects of pH levels in the body, and its profound impact on your health and well being. THE LIFESTYLE CHANGER Orange County, CA, USA 949.215.5701 Office 408.398.8043 Cell E-mail: thelifestylechanger@live.com Glenda has a Bachelor of Science degree in Para Psychic Sciences as well as a Level 2 Reiki Certification and is currently studying for her Masters in Holistic Nutrition. She lives a healthy lifestyle where she incorporates what she loves to eat based on a pH balanced diet, food combining, and customized supplementation based on her own personal DNA. She also incorporates movement into her Lifestyle to achieve the perfect weight and health. She is passionate about helping others achieve their Health and Wellness "Desired Results" in a manner that is fun, easy and sustainable.
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