Do you want to accelerate your weight loss program? Well, there are certain foods that can help you in doing so. And they are not expensive or hard to find. With an quick trip to the grocery store, one can buy everything one need to make positive changes & increase his or her weight loss potential.
To share with you people a list of the best diet-boosting foods, we talked to diet expert Elisa Zied who’s the author of Younger Next Week. Her book a comprehensive guide and help people in looking and feeling Younger in seven days. Furthermore, it boost up one’s energy level by acting as a motivator. Sound good? It truly is! So, what are you waiting for? Download it by googling it right now. You will find it so easily there.
Now here are 6 foods which we and Elisa have listed as the best dieting-boosters.
Six best diet-boosting foods which will make you to not hate dieting:
1):- Oats & oatmeal (unsweetened): They are high in fiber & provide carbohydrates that are broken down slowly & gradually released into bloodstream to keep blood sugar level steady. They are rich in protein that – along with fiber- fills one up & can help one feel satisfied. In short, they prevent overeating. Lastly, oats & oatmeal have a very high water content. Thus, they contribute to one’s daily fluid needs & keep one hydrated. Pair oats & oatmeal with fruit like fresh berries, nuts/seeds, unsweetened applesaucer or add low fat milk, & enjoy.
2):- Whole grain, high-fiber cereal: They’re a convenient way to get fiber & a little bit of protein. They are low in sodium and help to discourage bloating that can come from consuming overmuch salt. Like oatmeal, they are a great “cluster food.” They help to incorporate ingredients like seeds, fruit, nuts, & low fat milk, and boost up level of beneficial nutrients.
3):- Nuts: They are not only delicious but they pair so well with oatmeal or with whole grain cereal. You can sprinkle them in salads or on cooked/steamed/grilled/baked veggies. They are rich in healthy fats ( monounsaturated & polyunsaturated), essential protein & fiber as well. They help in filling one up. Pistaso, Cashew nuts, walnuts, raisins, Almonds are a good source of riboflavin, copper & phosphorus. One gets plenty of vitamin E & magnesium when one consume hazelnuts.
4):- Eggs: Eggs are the fantastic source of both high-quality protein & heart-healthy monounsaturated & polyunsaturated fats . Eating them has also been linked with reduced calorie intake as they too fill up & satisfy one. This happens because of the protein they contain. They can also protect one against weight gain as one age.
5):- Cruciferous vegetables: Vegetables like Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, broccoli, Kale are very much low in calories & water-packed to keep one hydrated. Their fiber content helps to keep one full. Although all vegetables provide nutrients & beneficial substances, but cruciferous vegetables stand first because of their antioxidant & anti-inflammatory benefits. Many studies suggest that they protect the heart & have anti-cancer properties. Eating them (e.g – Brussels sprouts) at the start of a meal is a best way to fill up & leaves less room for higher calorie items that one want to limit – including dessert.
6):- Raspberries: They are versatile & loaded with nutrients. A cup of them is an excellent source of fiber, vitamin K and C, & manganese. They are also a good source of vitamin K & selenium. They, like other fruits & veggies, are very high in water content, so eating them can help one stay hydrated. They pair very well with low-fat yogurt, & work so well on top of whole grain cereal / oatmeal. One can blend them well into a smoothie, or can eat & enjoy solo.
So do try them and take a step toward healthy-lifestyle.
(With these 6 foods,) Happy (diet-)life! 🙂