Eating well and exercising on a regular basis can result in shredding fat. There are other methods that require a bit less effort and can yield optimal results when it’s combined with healthy eating, regular exercise, and adequate sleep.
To lose weight, you need to reduce the total calorie intake and increase physical activity levels. The formula is very simple – but it takes determination, discipline, and planning to follow.
Caffeine is a very obvious choice. It is found in coffee and teas, and it can pack a punch against your fat cells. Health experts recommend up to 400 milligrams of caffeine per day appears to be safe for most healthy adults. That’s roughly the amount of caffeine in 4 cups of brewed coffee. Be mindful that the actual caffeine content in beverages varies widely, especially among energy drinks.
The best fruits for fat loss are grapefruit, apples, oranges, and berries. Apples are a low-calorie fruit that are very filling and act as an appetite suppressant. Research studies prove those who consume 1 to 2 apples per day lose more weight than those who don’t consume any apples.
Grapefruits are low in calories and rich in Vitamin A, I can’t fail to mention that they’re also delicious! Grapefruits are notorious in the dieting and weight loss industry because regular consumption of grapefruit can reduce body fat and waist circumference.
Protein is the solid foundation in which muscle is retained and fat is destroyed. If you’re lacking adequate amounts of protein in your diet, you could be sabotaging yourself. Protein comes in forms of foods and supplements. The easiest way to get more protein in your diet is to add a protein shake into your meals during the week.
Shoot for a daily protein intake between 1.6 & 2.2 grams of protein per kg or 0. 73 & 1 grams per pound.
High protein foods include Greek yogurt, chicken breast, tofu, eggs, and broccoli.