Foods to Eat to Lose Belly Fat – Making Your Life Easier
When you want to lose the spare tube around your waistline there are foods you can consume to assist in breaking down the unwanted fat.There is a specific class of vegetables that contain very unique phytonutrients that actually help to fight against stubborn belly fat.
Cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, kale, bok choy, cabbage, and others, contain very specific and unique phytonutrients that help to fight against fat building estrogenic compounds. These vegetables can be made really palatable by adding, for example, a dash of low fat salad dressing, garlic can also be added to enhance their flavors or a sprinkle of melted cheese over the blanched dish makes them delicious.
Fighting against these Belly Fat Diet stimulating estrogenic chemicals by eating specific types of foods is one more step in helping you to win the battle against that fat belly.
High-fiber foods are beneficial in helping to break down the fat in your system; therefore it is a good way to begin the day with a high-fiber breakfast.
Foods that contain fiber clean out the intestines and keep bowel movement regular. If you suffer from constipation, eat more high-fiber foods regularly.
There are even fatty foods you can eat to help lose fat and to trim the waistline.
Here are just a few to give you an idea of what you can eat:
Super Dark Chocolate
Coconut milk, coconut flour, and coconut oil
Grass-fed (pasture-raised) butter
Whole Eggs, including the yolk
Grass-fed beef or bison
Nuts such as: Walnuts, Almonds, Pistachios, Pecans, Brazil Nuts, Macadamias.
Various antioxidant-rich teas – green, oolong, white, rooibos (red tea) are some of the healthiest.
Brown rice and other higher fiber rice
Cans of black or kidney beans – for fiber and high nutrition content. Beans are surprisingly one of the best sources of youth enhancing antioxidants!
Black beans and kidney beans have more antioxidants than blueberries.
Lastly, another thing that's hard to go wrong with is a good variety of fresh fruits and berries. The staples such as bananas, apples, oranges, pears, peaches are good, but I like to also be a little more adventurous and include things like yellow mangoes, pomegranates, kumquats, papaya, star fruit, pineapples, and also, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, black raspberries (the highest fiber berry) and cherries are some of the most nutrient and antioxidant-dense fruits you can eat.