Are you obese, are you a little fat and trying to lose weight?? Here is your solution. Everyone knows losing weight is not an easy task. The journey and process can be very overwhelming that you may give up even before you start to see the results you need. Most people tend to especially give up when the results are not quick or are not as evident as they want them to be.
Let me tell you one thing; weight loss is a time consuming process and anyone who wants to lose weight in most cases must be patient, if you are aiming for a sustainable and healthy weight-loss plan the process must be gradual.
Most people compare themselves to people the might have started the journey with forgetting no two bodies are alike. We must know each body takes its own time to process and adapt to the changes. Therefore, if you are looking to lose weight, it is advised that you hold on patiently. As an individual who wants to lose weight, you need to start with healthy choices, don’t just rush and start starving yourself in the quest to lose weight, this will only make you sick, make sure you start with wise choices, check your diet, don’t eat too much junk and oily foods because everyone knows what you eat plays a major role in weight management whether gain or loss.
Fruits and vegetables have long proved to be one of the healthy ways to lose weight, today I bring you 5 fruits that can best aid you in your journey of weight loss.
Most individuals avoid fruits forgetting they contain vital antioxidants and minerals which can help you lose weight and burn belly fat naturally.
Here are 5 fruits that will help you lose weight naturally;
As the saying goes, an apple a day keeps the doctor away. Apples are crunchy and sweet but are filled with flavonoids and fibres that may help you lose weight and burn belly fat. Apples are full of pectin fibre that breaks down gradually, eating apples will make you full preventing you from over indulging in junk and oily foods. Apples are low in calories and this makes it a very vital fruit for weight loss.
Oranges are full of vitamin C and fibre, like all citrusy fruits they are low in calories and makes you full easily. This will prevent binge eating and unnecessary craving for sugary foods.
Funny enough oranges make you four times filled than a croissant or a big doughnut. Instead of drinking orange juices which are just as health, orange slices are recommended due to its importance, eating slices are important due to the fibre in it since this makes you full.
So, if you are trying to lose weight and burn belly fat, it may be better to eat oranges rather than drink orange juice. The fruit can be eaten alone or added to your favorite salad or dessert.
Most people hate bananas and when trying to lose weight, most people avoid bananas due to their high sugar and calorie content.
Even though bananas are more calorie-dense than many other fruits, they are also nutrient-dense, they supply potassium, magnesium, fibre, numerous antioxidants, and vitamins A, B6, and C.
Their low to medium GI may help control insulin levels and regulate weight — particularly for people who have diabetes
Additionally, one study illustrated that eating a banana per day reduced both blood sugar and cholesterol in people with high cholesterol. When trying to eat weights eat more bananas than junk since it’s filling.
These are a fatty, calorie-dense fruit grown in warm climates. Half an avocado (100 grams) contains 160 calories, making it one of the most calorie-dense fruits. The same amount provides 25% of the RDI for vitamin K.
Despite their high calorie and fat content, avocados may promote weight loss. Funny enough most people hate avocados but I strongly advise avocados for weight loss. Studies have proved that eating avocados can increase feelings of fullness, decrease appetite, and improve cholesterol levels.
Additionally, a large study of American eating patterns revealed that people who ate avocados tended to have healthier diets, a lower risk of metabolic syndrome, and lower body weights than people who didn’t eat them. Individuals who want to lose weight can replace butter or margarine or jam with avocados.
Melons are low in calories and have a high water content, which makes them very weight loss friendly, as we know water is very essential for weight loss.
Just 1 cup (150—160 grams) of melon, such as honeydew or watermelon, provides a modest 46—61 calories. Though low in calories, melons are rich in fiber, potassium, and antioxidants, such as vitamin C, beta-carotene, and lycopene. Moreover, consuming fruits with high water content may help you shed extra weight. However, melons most especially watermelon has a high GI, so portion control is important . Melons can be enjoyed fresh, cubed, or balled to liven up a fruit salad. They’re also easily blended into fruit smoothies or frozen into fruit popsicles.
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