These vegetables contain lycophene, a known substance that will protect your body from cancer. It will also help your body with internal fat burning and lowers the cholestrol.
But that’s not all: tomatoes contain also vitamin A, vitamin C, folate, beta-carotene and potassium.
You’ve probably heard this saying before: “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” It turns out that there is more to it. Apples contain lots of pectin. This supports fat metabolism by limiting the fat intake of the body and instead promotes the absorption of water. So next time snack on a apple instead of sweets.
Oranges, lemons, grapefruits and other citrus fruits.
Vitamin C supports and strengthens the immune system and protects it against diseases. It also helps the body with digestion as it dilutes the fat intake. Unfortunately, it is not possible to store vitamin C in our body, so you should eat fresh fruit daily.
Unsalted nuts, green beans and other legumes
Are you also craving for a quick snack between meals? Next time try nuts as a snack. One recent study found that nuts are not only the best fat burning foods, but they also make you feel full quickly.
Cabbage, lettuce and green vegetables
Were you also forced to eat these as a child? Green vegetables is one of the healthiest foods available because it contains very few calories, and are full of vitamin C, fibre, folic acid and other essential nutrients.
Apple cider vinegar
This particular vinegar is made from cider, and is in most households relatively unknown, but is a very healthy. Some of the ingredients are: potassium, calcium and beta-carotene. Apple cider vinegar helps the body with burning fat and also lowers cholesterol.
Dairy products with high levels of calcium
Europeans who regularly consume dairy products, have been proven to lower body fat, especially around the midsection. Asians are missing interestingly one gene that is necessary for the digestion of cow’s milk products.
Carrots, beets, ginger, radish
These so-called root vegetables are good for digestion and also contain very few calories.
Asparagus is a great seasonal vegetables that is not only easy to make, but also good for cholesterol levels.
If you like it spicy, you are eating healthy! Because chili peppers contain Capsaikin, a substance that stimulates metabolism and digestion.