Here are a few foods to incorprate into your diet plan to help increase your energy and fat burning potential.
Oatmeal: Provides fiber and whole grains. This food helps to lower cholesterol. Try to stay away from the instant packages with the different favors and high sugar.
Brown rice: Brown rice can be served at lunch or dinner. It’s a great side dish and helps maintain energy.
Beans: Beans are a protein and a complex carb. Daily fiber can help to clean your system of waste and some people lose up to 5 pounds of more of toxic waste.
Vegetables: Broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, brussel sprouts, kale, spinach and asparagus contain phytonutrients that helps which help to fight against bacteria, viruses, toxins, pollutants and chemicals and belly fat.
Berries and Bananas: Strawberries, raspberries and blackberries for anitoxidant, vitamins and fiber. Bananas provide lots food energy. You can combine with natural peanut butter or almond butter for a complete snack. I add strawberries and bananas to my post workout protein shake. It is so good!
Salmon: One of the best salmon is wild salmon, which burns fat and provide tons of energy because of its protein, high omega-3 fatty acids and powerful antioxidant, which helps lower cholesterol and is great to reduce heart disease risk. It also contains vitamin B6, niacin and riboflavin which convert the food you eat into energy. Try to eat only 2 to 3 times a week as there are toxins, metals and chemicals in our oceans. I love salmon salads!
Other Lean Meats: Organic free range chicken and turkey meat, whey protein powders, and grass-fed beef because it contains natural CLA—a fat that studies have actually shown to burn fat.
Green Tea: Contains antioxidant, and many scientific studies have linked green tea to increased fat burning. Giive it a try!
Oils: Vegatable oil..no just kidding. Instead you want to cook with or use healthy oils like olive oil, coconut oil, peanut oils actually help you burn fat by supplying healthy oils your body needs to burn fat off.