Calorie Burner Food
By llee_wu on 2014-09-15 13:02:56
Would it not be absolutely wonderful if the more of your favorite foods you ate, the more weight you would lose? Imagine eating yourself into oblivion. Imagine images of Charlie’s Chocolate Factory and Gene Wilder coming into your mind. For some folks this would indeed be heaven itself. Surprisingly, the actually thought of this kind of ingestion is not too far removed from factual based scientific truth. Calorie burner food does indeed exist, and the truth is, there are more calorie burner foods out there than you can shake a stick of celery at.
So what then is ‘calorie burner food’ exactly? To put it simply, a calorie burner food is a food that uses more calories from the digestive process to burn it, than the calories contained in the food itself. That is the key point of this article and also interesting food for thought ! The only little catch here is that these foods may not necessarily be your most favorite, at least, at the moment. Maybe once they have been allowed to perform their miracle working magic on your own body, you may well change your mind.
So what are they? Well, spilling the beans would be of great help, or at least soybeans anyway.
Yes, they are on the list as a fat burning veggie along with asparagus, beet root, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, and chillies. Even sweet potatoes, apples and blueberries along with watermelon are in this category. If it has Pectin in it like apples, for example, it will block fats and help release water giving a ‘flush out’ effect. That little bit of information might come in handy one day. Also research suggests that if it is a fruit with natural vitamin C, like an orange, lime, grapefruit, lemon and guava or even a tangerine, it will help burn out the fat.
According to nutritional and medical Professor Michael Zemel and researchers at the University of Tennessee, in a 2004 study, even dairy can be recruited in the arsenal of calorie burner food. Calcium in dairy products such as milk, cheese and yogurt can act as fat burners along the self same principle, in accordance with this study’s findings. References to support these statements are too numerous to list in relation to ‘calorie burner food’, but if your double chin is keeping you out of the family album, maybe it is time to do a little more of your own research.
After all, knowledge is power, and knowledge acted upon is dynamite in the fight against the flab. It’s time to blast away all the dis-information you may have accumulated and go take the next step.