9 Foods For Weight Loss


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Of all the losing weight methods out there this one is by far the most appealing! Do not be afraid to eat a cookie for your breakfast. It is not a joke. Check out this list of foods that practically melt away calories.

Oatmeal with nuts
Nuts are hard for your body to digest because they are very dense. As a result, they stay in your stomach longer and extend that feeling of fullness for long hours.  Pair nuts with a carbohydrate such as a small smear of peanut butter on whole wheat toast, nutritionists suggest. Carbohydrates give energy and the nuts delay the release of that energy so your blood sugar remains stable. What is the result? You will be less likely to carve when lunch time comes.

Milk
A study published in one journal about nutrition found that people who drink a cup and a half of milk a day loose nearly twice as much weight as those who consume just a half  cup. How is it possible? The milk drinkers have higher levels of vitamin D that is associated with weight loss. Any nutritional deficiency can slow your metabolism, causing you to hold onto weight, experts explain. And since nearly half of population lacks adequate vitamin D, dairy products can counter the effect.

A breakfast burrito
Research published in one journal discovered that women who eat a high protein breakfast, such as burrito, egg based waffles with applesauce and a lean sausage patty, yogurt, or cottage cheese feel fuller and snack less than those who skip their morning meal or have cereal.

Soup
If you are choosing between tuna tartare starter vs. the gazpacho, order the second one. According to research out of one centre, eating soup in low calorie before a meal triggers you to consume an average of 22 percent fewer calories overall. Obviously, stick to healthy, brothy options instead of fat bombs such as cheddar-broccoli.

A homemade sandwich
Women who go out for lunch at least once a week shed less poundage than those who bring their own food to work. Researchers from one research center that conducted the study pointed out that people do not have as much control over ingredients and portion size at restaurants. Of course, that is true no matter when you go out to eat but the strongest correlation was found with lunchtime meals.

Lettuce
Make your choice on leafy greens at the salad bar as they are surprisingly filling. You will get a huge quantity of food for a very low calorie count. In addition, a big salad takes a long time to finish, which tricks your body making you feel full. According to the research, most people eat a meal in five to ten minutes, but it takes twenty minutes for your satiety signal to kick in and tell you that you have had enough. So the slower you have your meal, the less you ultimately eat.

Cake
A study from one university found that people who had a breakfast packed with carbohydrate and protein followed by dessert lost more weight than those who started the day with a low carbohydrate, sugar free meal. Participants who consumed a small treat such as chocolate, a donut, a cookie, or a piece of cake reported feeling less hungry and having fewer cravings throughout their day. At the end of the 8 months trial, they had lost an average of 50 pounds, compared to just 10 pounds for the low carbohydrate dieters.

Dark chocolate
This one is way more filling than milk chocolate, according to findings from one university. People who eat a hundred grams of dark chocolate and then are given free reigns to pig out on pizza eat 13 percent less food than when they nibble on 100 grams of milk chocolate before meal.

Cantaloupe
Foods high in potassium such as melon, avocado and bananas act as natural diuretics and help you put out excess water retention.

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