Fat Burning Foods

The 15 Best Fat-Burning Foods

These are foods that start curving your waistline the moment they leave your fork and enter your mouth. They build muscle, promote fat burning, or simply use energy (i.e., burn calories) just to digest them! Stock up today.

Almonds and other nuts (with skins intact)berries
Build muscle, reduce cravings

Dairy products (fat-free or low-fat milk, yogurt, cheese)
Build strong bones, fire up weight loss

Eggs
Build muscle, burn fat

Turkey and other lean meats
Build muscle, strengthen immune system

Berries
Improve satiety, prevent cravings

Enova oil (soy and canola oil)
Promotes fullness, not easily stored as fat

Peanut butter
Boosts testosterone (a good thing even in women), builds muscle, burns fat

Fatty fish (such as salmon, tuna, mackerel)
Trigger fullness, fire up fat burning

Grapefruit
Lowers insulin, regulates blood sugar and metabolism; be sure to eat the fleshy white membranes

Green tea
Fires up fat burning

Chili peppers
Spikes metabolism

Spinach and green vegetables
Fight free radicals and improve recovery for better muscle building

Whole grains (quinoa, brown rice, whole grain cereal)
Small doses prevent body from storing fat

Beans and legumes
Build muscle, help burn fat, regulate digestion

Whey
Builds muscle, burns fat

Reference: Women’s Health

 

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2 Movement for Total Body Workout….

Here is Day 34 Tip for Loosing it Right Keeping it Tight exercise that will help you get beach ready for the 1st day of SUMMER!!!!

Here is your 2nd move to the Total Body Workout.  The 2nd move is a chest press. Now if you don’t have a bench to do this move lay down on a mat with your knees bent. Add this move with the first move starting off slow as well. Since your first move consisted of 60 squats on this 2nd day move your squats up to 120 and for your 2nd move start this move off slow. Remember your muscles have memories starting off slow will help your memories increase. If the weights are too much just use your own body weight first. Do 3 sets of 20 Reps and tomorrow I will give you another move to add to your circuit. Do this workout four times a day and I promise you will see a result.

CHEST PRESSchess press
Lie back on an exercise bench and hold the dumbbells over your chest at arm’s length. Your palms should be turned slightly inward (a). Lower your arms until the weights are even with your chest (b). Press back to the starting position. Do 20 reps/ 3 sets =60 Reps

Squats 20 Reps/3 sets (resting 1 minute between each set)

Chest Press 20 Reps/3 sets (resting 1 minute between each set)

Squats 20 Rep/3 sets (resting 1minute between each set)

This completes your second day of Total Body Workout

Reference: Women’s Health

Which ones are holding you back

Morning Inspiration….my morning inspiration is to cut back on some of these things that are holding me back. I am not going to try to do all of these things at once but I will gradually work these things out of my life.

Which ones are holding you back from creating your 15 minutes of lifestyle change?

According to Women’s Healthy these are 15 things that are holding you back from getting your 15 minutes of workout in….

1. Log Off Facebook
We now spend a whopping 7 hours a month on Facebook, according to Neilsen. Let’s do the math: Seven hours a month works out to 105 minutes each week or, hmmm, exactly 15 minutes every single day. You don’t have to banish FB from your life entirely, but limit it to two short sessions a day, like once in the morning over coffee and later in the evening. Then log out and stay off.

2. Say “No!”
Women have a very hard time with this one. But we think you’ll really like it once you try it. Next time someone (not your big boss) asks you to do something you really don’t want or need to do, say, “I’m sorry. No. I just can’t,” and feel the freedom—and all that free time—wash over you.

3. Plan Your Day
We all have certain times of the day when we are most focused and productive. Schedule your biggest task for that time (for many people it’s in the morning, say 9:00 a.m.). You’ll get it done more quickly and efficiently than if you wait to tackle it during a natural low point, like mid-afternoon.

4. Do One Thing at a Time
We pride ourselves on being supreme multitaskers, but trying to do too many things at once means getting nothing done. Sit down with your to-do list. Pick an item, and do it and only it. You’ll be shocked by how quickly each task gets done when you give it your full attention.

5. Record Your Shows
A typical hour-long TV show contains just 40 to 42 minutes of real content—the rest is commercials. Watch two shows and that’s almost 40 minutes you could have spent doing something else. It’s well worth investing in a digital TV recorder so you can watch just what you want when you want, and free up time to pursue more healthful activities, like 15-minute workouts.

Tune in tomorrow to see what are the next 5 ways to gain 15 extra minutes of your day that will go towards time to create your healthy lifestyle.

Reference:Women’s Health