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What are fat burning foods?

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Asked by gurpreet, 06 Dec '12 10:56 am
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Turmeric : Curcumin, the active component of turmeric, is an object of research owing to its properties that suggest they may help to turn off certain genes that cause scarring and enlargement of the heart. Regular intake may help reduce low-density lipoprotein (LDL) or bad cholesterol and high blood pressure, increase blood circulation and prevent blood clotting, helping to prevent heart attack.

Cardamom : This is a thermogenic herb that increases metabolism and helps burn body fat. Cardamom is considered one of the best digestive aids and is believed to soothe the digestive system and help the body process other foods more efficiently.

Chillies : Foods containing chillies are said to be as foods that burn fat. Chillies contain capsaicin that helps in increasing the metabolism. Capsaicin is a thermogenic food, so it causes the body to burn calories for 20 minutes after you eat the chillies.

Curry leaves : Incorporating curry leaves into your daily diet can help you lose we ...more
Answered by ajay, 06 Dec '12 10:59 am

 
  
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I have put off my 10 kg weigt. By eating 1 dozen boiled egg whites daily, drinking lemon, orange, Mosambi juice. Eat one chapati in day & one in night (b4 8pm). eat after every 3-4 hrs even not hungry. never eat full tummy. drink plenty of water 5 litter a day. follow this strictly only for 1 month & see the miracle. your skin will glow you will look 5 yr younger. but only if you follow the diet. In addition walk daily 2-3 km in morning. its really works. tell me result after 1 month. GOOD LUCK
Answered by single dude, 27 Dec '12 05:15 am

 
  
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The benefit of eating cereals like Oats is that they contain a huge proportion of their calorie profile in terms of insoluble fiber. This insoluble fiber not only gives you a feeling of satiation and thus keeps you from feeling hungry for a long time but also does not contribute to any calorie addition to the body. In fact, any foods that contain a good amount of insoluble fiber would help you in the process of reducing the fat profile of the body. Raisin and Barn cereal is another good example of breakfast food thats rich in insoluble fiber, so is cooked barley.
Answered by Quest, 07 Dec '12 02:21 pm

 
  
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The benefit of eating cereals like Oats is that they contain a huge proportion of their calorie profile in terms of insoluble fiber. This insoluble fiber not only gives you a feeling of satiation and thus keeps you from feeling hungry for a long time but also does not contribute to any calorie addition to the body. In fact, any foods that contain a good amount of insoluble fiber would help you in the process of reducing the fat profile of the body. Raisin and Barn cereal is another good example of breakfast food thats rich in insoluble fiber, so is cooked barley.
Answered by Psycho, 06 Dec '12 12:42 pm

 
  
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