Low Fat Recipes and Fat Burning Foods
If you’re looking for information related to low fat recipes and fat burning foods that will support your low fat diet, here are some tidbits of information that may help you decide what will work best for you and your personal situation.
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The first thing we should discuss is metabolism.
What is it and what does it do?
Your metabolism is what turns the food you take in into fuel for your body. The metabolic system turns that food into an energy source.
Then, it is either burned up by activities you engage in during the day, is stored as fat for future energy usage during times when fuel (food and calorie intake) is scarce, or it is eliminated as a waste product.
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Reasons Fat Appears
There are four basic reasons why people end up with more fat on their bodies than is necessary or wanted:
- If you take in too much food, your body converts and stores it as fat.
- When you aren’t eating very much, but you don’t burn up the food efficiently, it could mean that you have a slow metabolic rate and it needs to be increased somehow.
- If you aren’t active enough, your body isn’t able to use up the fuel it is supplied with and the excess fuel will be turned into fat and stored on the body.
- A number of medical conditions can also cause excess fat storage, such as diabetes and hyperthyroidism. (Those issues will not be discussed in this particular article, but with some research, you can find a lot of related information.)
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Metabolism Boosting Foods
The most common and effective fat burning and low fat foods available for increasing metabolism include:
- Citrus fruits: oranges, lemons, limes, grapefruit, and tangerines with high levels of Vitamin C, which reduces the effectiveness and content of fat, and dilutes it to make it easier for your system to eliminate. Adding several servings of citrus fruits to your daily low fat diet regimen can greatly increase your metabolic rate, ability to flush fat, and lower your cholesterol levels.
- Soybean products contain lecithin, a nutrient that shields your cells from accumulating fat. Add a few serving a week, using some great low fat recipes and you’ll improve your body’s ability to rid itself of fat.
- Fresh fruits, such as plums, apples, pears, and berries contain natural pectin, which reduces the amount of fat that cells can absorb. Garlic, too, has the ability to protect your cells from absorbing, as well as naturally occurring antibiotic properties.
Adding several servings of these foods to your favorite low fat recipe can drastically increase the rapidness of weight loss. With the added benefits of protection found in the fruit’s Vitamin C and the garlic’s antibiotic properties, not only will you be losing weight more quickly by increasing your metabolic rate, you will also be protecting yourself from bacterial infection and boosting your bodies natural auto-immune system.