6 "UNHEALTHY" FOODS THAT ACTUALLY HELP YOU SLIM DOWN😱😱😱 by somebody in the world - Musely
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6 "UNHEALTHY" FOODS THAT ACTUALLY HELP YOU SLIM DOWN😱😱😱

posted in Health & Fitness
03/06/2015
  • Unhealthy foods that can actually help u lose weigh?!?!??
    Unhealthy foods that can actually help u lose weigh?!?!??
  • White potato
    White potato
  • 1.White Potato
    As a result, research participants ate less on the days they consumed them. Not to mention, this root vegetable is also a good source of potassium, vitamin C and belly-filling fiber. Ditch high-cal potato toppings like sour cream and bacon bits, and enjoy the spuds with olive oil, rosemary and fresh pepper instead.

  • Red wine
    Red wine
  • 2. Red Wine
    If this sounds too good to be true, stick with us! Purdue University researchers discovered that this shade of wine contains a compound called piceatannol that binds to fat cells’ insulin receptors and prevents them from maturing and growing. In short, the booze helps block the growth of new fat cells. If you’ve been avoiding hitting the bottle all together in an effort to slim down, you may want to considering adding a glass or two of red to your diet.

  • Coconut oil
    Coconut oil
  • 3. Coconut Oil
    Coconut oil contains more saturated fat than most other cooking fats, which has given it an unwarranted bad rap. Yes, the oil is loaded fat, but it’s the medium-chain variety. This kind of fat has little effect on cholesterol levels and converts into energy more readily than other fats, aiding weight loss efforts. Cooking with this trendy oil, a big part of Zero Belly Diet, instead of things like lard or margarine means less flubber is apt to be stored on your frame.

  • Cheesy popcorn
    Cheesy popcorn
  • 4. Cheesy popcorn
    However, air-popped popcorn made at home without the fat-laden add-ons is actually a low-calorie, fiber-rich, whole-grain snack that can ward off hunger-causing crashes in blood sugar. Don’t believe it? Lisa Moskovitz, R.D., founder of The NY Nutrition Group names popcorn as one of her favorite weight-loss snacks. She likes to sprinkle 2 1/2 tablespoons of grated parmesan onto three cups of air-popped plain popcorn to keep her full between meals and ward off cravings for diet-derailing no-nos.

  • Burgers
Why? Red meat, an oft-vilified protein source, is jam-packed with a nutrient that can supercharge your workouts and fry flab: iron.
    Burgers
    Why? Red meat, an oft-vilified protein source, is jam-packed with a nutrient that can supercharge your workouts and fry flab: iron.
  • 5. Burgers
    While not getting enough of this nutrient can cause your body to burn fewer calories, getting adequate amounts (adult males need 8 mg/day, women need 18 mg/day) can keep your metabolism humming and boost your energy, allowing you to hit the gym with gusto and sculpt the body you’ve always wanted. A burger made from 4 ounces of ground beef served with a cup of cooked spinach serves up nearly 10 milligrams of the nutrient. For the best results, look for lean cuts of grass-fed and organic meats, ditch the top bun and have the waiter hold the mayo and fries.

  • Whole egg
    Whole egg
  • 6. Whole egg
    When it comes to eggs, it seems we’ve been given scrambled messages. Many of us opt for egg whites over whole eggs because word on the street is that the yellow contains too much cholesterol and raises the risk of heart disease. However, new research has found that cholesterol levels in our bodies are impacted by the types of fats in our food, not just the cholesterol content. Not to mention, yolks contain nutrients that may help lower the risk of heart disease, including protein, vitamins B12 and D, folate and riboflavin.

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