Food to Help You Burn Fat - By: Phil Tucker

When it comes to losing weight there are a host of activities and habits that need to change. You can't continue to make the same mistakes you were making that led to your putting the weight on, and thus need to be prepared to make some sacrifices and a new effort to shed the pounds. This all makes sense, and is why people begin to exercise, to cut back on fried food, fast food, processed food, sugar and processed carbs. Goodbye white rice, hello salads. However, it's not just a question of cutting food from your diet, but also choosing food that will help you burn fat and give you tremendous health benefits. In today's article we take a look at a variety of different foods that you should be adding to your diet so that you grow up big and strong like you always wished you had.

The first thing that you should be adding to your new nutrition plan is a good and healthy breakfast that you should eat first thing in the day. Too many people skip breakfast, either due to being in a rush to get out the door or being too lazy to fix themselves a plate, and thus fail to rev up their metabolisms and help balance their blood sugar and give themselves a constant source of energy. You should be starting your day with something healthy like a bowl of oatmeal. While this may seem to be a throwback to those camping trips where you all crowded around a pot of mush in the pre-dawn chill, oatmeal is actually a fantastic source of fiber and is very filling, preventing you from snacking on something less salubrious down the road. Add some fruit for flavor, and skip the flavored versions because they're usually packed to the gills with sugar.

A great addition to any bowl of oatmeal are blueberries. These small and dark purple fruits are super powerhouses of nutrition and goodness. While they can be quite expensive relative to the volume you get for your buck, they are worth every cent. The reason is due to the sheer amount of anti-oxidants that get packed into each berry, helping you fight oxidization and cell damage, as well having a surplus of vitamins and minerals.

Finally, throw in some almonds and you're set. These are high in monosaturated fats which help curb cravings since they are a great source of fiber and protein.

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