Weight loss foods – do they exist? This is an interesting question. First of all we know that if there was one type of weight loss food which made people lose weight then all the rich and famous people in the world would have great bodies. This is not the case and we know ourselves from what we have seen and heard and read that magic weight loss food does not exist.
However, we do have certain types of foods which are rich in fiber and also provide few calories and, most conveniently, are also tasty!
The idea here is simply to use these foods as “weight loss food” and true enough you will soon notice those stubborn fat cells coming off.
Salads– the greener the better. Normally even a whole plate stuffed with salad still has less calories then a piece of meat or anything else that we may regularly eat. And because we put so much quantity of food into us and we take our time to eat it all – we feel satisfied and not hungry.
Grapes – as a replacement for the cookie snack or the chocolate bar. The point is that grapes also have sugar so the sweet tooth is satisfied, but they do not have any fat which you get with the sweets, so it is a healthy equivalent as long as you don’t overdo it. 100 grams of chocolate is about 500 kcal and for grapes its just 70 kcal – big difference, thus – weight loss food.
Water – apparently we often confuse the feeling of thirst and hunger. Just try from now on to drink a glass of water any time you think about “I’m going to go get a snack soon”. It’s the only zero calorie substance we have and often you will find that it fills your stomach and you don’t really need the snack.
Weight loss foods
Other weight loss foods which are considered negative calorie foods include:
The key thing to remember here about all these “weight loss foods” is that, generally speaking, if you include these types of foods more in your diet or have a weight loss plan only made of these foods, then the impact will be great, especially if you combine it with a low intensity 1 hour daily activity.
Disclaimer: It is strongly recommended to consult your doctor for professional advice. Above mentioned information and recommendations are just general and should be adapted to each person according to personal health indicators and status.