Five Foods That Fight Flab

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While on a weight loss plan, it can sometimes be difficult to decide what foods to eat. If you’re attempting to change your diet for the better, you should consider adding foods that fight flab. Each of these foods packs are a high nutritional punch and a low calorie count. Most contain essential nutrients – some even have necessary fats. Imagine that – fat on a diet! Let’s learn what foods to add if you want to truly supercharge your diet and burn fat quickly.

1. Oatmeal

This whole grain is truly a nutritional powerhouse. Oatmeal is high fiber and low calorie. It is also very filling. Add a serving of oatmeal to your breakfast, and boost your calorie burning power. Be sure to use plain cooked oatmeal. Flavored instant oatmeal is packed with sugar, preservatives, and artificial colors and flavors. Stick to real oatmeal – steel cut oats if possible.

2. Leafy Greens

Leafy greens are packed full of fiber as well. These low calorie, high nutrient vegetables are a great filler food. Add a salad as an appetizer before your lunch or dinner to help you feel full. Choose deep green leaves such as spinach and romaine lettuce. Avoid iceberg lettuce whenever possible – it has very few nutrients.

3. Olive Oil

Olive oil is a great fat to add to your diet. Along with carbohydrates, proteins, and other nutrients, your body needs healthy fats to function properly. Sauté veggies in olive oil, drizzle it over your salad, and spread it on bread. Adding healthy fats to your diet will help you reduce cravings for fat and make it easier to cut out the junk food.

4. Nuts

Nuts are another way to add healthy fats to your diet. Nuts and nut spreads add fiber and help you to feel full. Adding healthy fats to your diet is a great way to avoid unhealthy foods, as you’ll already feel satisfied.

5. Beans

Beans and legumes are a cheap, healthy food. They are packed with fiber and essential vitamins and minerals. Bean dips and spreads can be a great substitute for high fat dips for veggies or baked chips.

As you adjust your diet, be sure to add some of these power packed foods. Each is low calorie and contains high amounts of essential nutrients. As you choose, look for low calorie, high fiber foods. These are good ways to feel satisfied without eating excess calories.

This article is for informational purposes only. It is not medical advice and should not be used or interpreted as such. You should always consult a medical professional before making drastic changes to your diet.

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