All fresh berries like strawberries, raspberries and blueberries are packed with antioxidants, fiber, vitamins and water.
They’re naturally sweet treats that aid fat burning.
Cruciferous veggies like broccoli, Brussels sprouts and cauliflower contain compounds that may improve insulin sensitivity and boost weight loss.
Sprinkling cinnamon on oats, yogurt or coffee has been shown to help regulate blood glucose levels and hunger hormones due to the effects of the antioxidant compounds.
Having apple cider vinegar before meals may modestly enhance fat loss, likely due to acetic acid’s effect on improving insulin response.
Despite being high in calories and fat, nuts may actually promote fat loss thanks to plant protein, fiber and metabolism-boosting nutrients like magnesium and iron.
A few tablespoons per day of this trendy seed provides anti-inflammatory omega-3s, protein and a huge punch of fiber shown to reduce visceral fat.
Grass fed beef is an excellent source of muscle-preserving protein, B vitamins and zinc to aid metabolism. 4-6 ounces a few times per week is plenty.
Protein-rich Greek and regular yogurt provides calcium for metabolism and probiotics for better digestion and reduced belly swelling.
Steel cut and old fashioned oats give lasting energy with soluble fiber to keep you full for hours after breakfast.