Try These 4 Fat Burning Foods

Try These 4 Fat Burning Foosds!
Having to stay home amid a pandemic has definitely had its ups and downs. For some maybe more downs than ups. Yet as we start to get back to some sense of normal, it can be challenging to get back into a routine- especially with eating. Most people when it comes to eating healthy, don't always know how or what to eat. Being overwhelmed with choices can make you avoid making good decisions altogether. Let's me make it somewhat simple by giving you 4 foods that can help you burn fat:                                                                                                                                                      
Avocados: they're full of nutrients, good fats, and fiber. They also have different vitamins and minerals-they are just so nutrient-dense! This fat burning food supports heart function as well as regulates blood pressure.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           
Berries: they're loaded with fiber, which can help you feel full as well as minimize cravings as you're burning fat. Berries are also full of anti-inflammatory antioxidants that help support your immune system.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              

Hot Peppers: besides adding booming flavor, hot peppers also contain a chemical called capsaicin, which makes these veggies turn up your calorie burn. These spicy veggies can help increase your metabolism by up to 25 percent for as long as three hours after eating them.

Wild Salmon: Salmon is known for 2 major benefits- protein and fats. Protein is always good for building muscle (which in turn burns fat.) It also has about nine grams of fat, mostly from heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids, which supports fat-burning and reduces inflammation. But what else is Salmon good for? Vitamin D! This Vitamin is important for a number of functions, including immunity, bone-density regulation, and mental health.  

These foods will be a good start to getting you back on a healthy regimen. You only have one body, so take care of it as if your life depended on it. Needs more food tips? Be sure to follow us @elevatefitnessnow or set up a consultation to start your fitness journey. Have a great weekend!

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