Foods that help you lose weight are foods that have lots of fiber. They are low in calories and keep you full. The more fiber you eat the more belly fat you will burn of. You need a rich diet high in fiber of different sorts of ingredients.
Next time you go to the supermarket put these foods on your shopping list to help you lose weight.
Pumpkin is good for when you are craving for sweets it is full of fiber and potassium and if you make a puree and mix it with the fruit you like together with yoghurt it is a perfect nutritious dessert.
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These easy pumpkin desserts are fun and colorful and simple to throw together.
They have managed to include just about every sort of pumpkin flavored dessert in their list of recipes.
Salmon is full of polyunsaturated fatty acids plus minerals and vitamin D that may assist in weight management in overweight people. It is also full of vitamin B6 which can help you with lowering mood and stress levels. Go to www.bestrecipes.com.au and search for salmon.
Fermented foods like tempeh, miso and sauerkraut have probiotics friendly bacteria that help you to boost immunity.
Unsweetened plain Greek yoghurt also can provide probiotic benefits. Have a look at www.allrecipes.com.au
search for Greek yoghurt and enjoy.
Sauerkraut translated as 'sour cabbage' is not everyone's favorite but it is if you like it very tasty and also a lot of probiotics that is good for your gut. it is sliced cabbage that has been fermented. It is low in calories but high in fiber. Go to
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Beans are used in many vegetarian dishes and they are packed with plant based proteins and lots of minerals and vitamin B and fiber. It will keep you full for longer there it takes some time to digest so it will help you consume fewer calories throughout the day. There are a lot of varieties so you don`t have to get bored.
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Almonds are strong in protein and will lower your LDL the bad cholesterol. So if you use this as a snack for when you get hungry it will help you with your cholesterol and it is also linked to weight loss. Go to www.bestrecipes.com.au 12 recipes using almond meal as an alternative for baking baking with normal meal.
Cauliflower and broccoli
Broccoli, cauliflower, kohlrabi and sprouts are in a abundance is the supermarket or your local vegie shop. these vegetables are easy to prepare cook them or bake them they are low in calories. If you eat them raw even better because they keep their phytonutrients. They also contain lots of vitamins from calcium to zinc. www.delicious.com.au this site has lots of tasty recipes for cauliflower have a look.
Potatoes are rich in vitamins and minerals and antioxidants what makes them a very healthy food. They have a variety of health benefits like blood sugar control reduced heart disease risk and gluten free and for immunity. They may also fight against aging. go to www.taste.com.au
Eating avocados a couple a times a week will lower your BMI. It has monounsaturated fats that are good for heart health and lowering LDL bad cholesterol. Full of vitamins C,K.E and B6 and omega 3 fatty acids. Avocados are full of healthy fats that will keep you full. Eating healthy fats also supports healthy skin.
Tuna fish is a very popular seafood all around the world because its abundance and meaty flavor. Tuna is full of vitamin B12 and helps you to form new red blood cells. High levels of omega 3 fatty acids and good for lowering LDL cholesterol that can accumulate inside the arteries of your heart. It is also good for eye health it lowers risk of developing dry eye. Go to www.delicious.com.au 15 ways to turn a can of tuna into a meal.
Peanut butter is ideal for a snack to help you satisfy your hunger. It has a little bit of oil but not to be worried about. It has lots of protein and fiber. The oleic acid in peanuts helps you with maintaining good cholesterol, blood pressure and blood sugar levels. It also can help lower your risk of heart disease.