Nutritious Foods That Help Burn Fat
Yesterday's blog post was about adding nutritious foods to your diet.
It was not about depriving yourself or going "on a diet".
In response to that post I had a few emails asking what nutritious foods I was referring to.
This stuff can seem so confusing. Especially with social media and studies and headlines and misinformation.
Let's keep it simple here because I know from experience, no matter what advice I give, it will mean NOTHING if you don't actually do it.
Knowing that, I try to come up with solutions I know people are more likely to implement.
There are tons of nutritious foods, of course. I won't try to list every single one. But the key takeaway here is to just add some to your daily meals. Even just 1 a day.
You may think that something so small will barely make a difference but it will. Every nutritious food you add in will build up to make you feel better/look better and perform better.
Start with veggies- add 1 serving a day. Spinach, brussels sprouts, mixed greens, asparagus, broccoli, cauliflower, bell peppers, red onion.
And fruits- raspberries, blackberries, dates, apples, avocado, tomato, blueberries
A few more- eggs, meats like steak, grass-fed beef, bison, chicken thighs, lamb, raw nuts, extra virgin olive oil, avocado oil.
There's a good list to get you started.
Foods that will help you burn fat.
Pick one or two and add them in daily. You will be amazed at how much better you will feel when you do this consistently.
The more you stick to these kinds of nutritious foods (foods that are high in various vitamins/minerals/antioxidants/essential aminos/fats) the less cravings you will have, the less "junk" you will eat.
Try it out. If you don't like one, it's fine to try a different one. Your body will tell you what foods make you feel good, give you energy..