[NH] Fat Burning Foods and Fat Burning Exercises Are a Reality for Everyday Life

There are fat burning foods and exercises. The problem with diets is that they are diets. At the beginning with most diets you will lose some weight, maybe muscle and/or water. Not knowing what kind of weight you are losing causes a dilemma. If muscle is what you are losing, you are endangering your chances of burning fat, according to Rob Poulos, a fitness author.

Fat burning foods are not processed, prepared or fast foods, these foods affects fat burning hormones in our body that disrupts these hormones' relationship with our brain. The fat burning foods consist of fruits, vegetables, fish, eggs and Greek yogurt. Whole grains are good for fiber which is important for a fat burning diet. Whole grains foods are brown rice, barley, wild rice, oatmeal, and popcorn. Beans and nuts are filling and nutritious, 21-30 grams of fiber daily is recommended.

Instead of a diet mentality a person needs to focus on a changed lifestyle mentality, long-term, eating nutritious foods that will satisfy your body and stop the cravings. By incorporating nourishing and nutritious foods in your diet you will change. Fruit and vegetables are the staple of a changed lifestyle. Popcorn, nuts and seeds make a good snack. Beans and lentils will make a satisfying meal.

We over eat because our bodies are not satisfied. Processed or fast foods are the worst type of meals you can eat because of the addicting additives or preservatives in these types of food. Studies are showing that these additives are not needed in the food. The question should be ask than "Why are these additives added to processed or fast foods?"

Forget what the diet and fitness industry is saying about nuts, seeds and eggs. These foods will satisfy your body and stop the craving. Eggs are a nutritious food, 7 grams of protein. Another excellent food is salmon. Salmon has the omega 3 fatty acids, which is good. Salmon also assists in reducing inflammation and boosts our immune system. Reducing inflammation which will aid the "fatburner" hormone, adiponectin.

According to Rob Poulos, a balance of fats, carbohydrates and proteins will help your body's metabolism, resulting in fat loss. Complex Carbohydrates are whole grains, breads and cereals. Candy, soda pop, and white floured baked goods are energy depriving foods. These types of food you want to avoid.

Protein from lean meats, fish, beans and legumes will assist you burning fat and at the same time satisfying your body, which is crucial. Consuming most of your calories from beans and legumes is a wise choice.

Fat burning exercises are high intensity resistance type (HIRT) exercise and high intensity type exercise (HIT). A combination is an excellent choice and each one is to be done with intensity. High intensity type exercises are walking or elliptical (biking), performed to a point of collapsed. High intensity resistance type exercise is weight lifting, this exercise to be performed briefly, infrequently and intensely. Both of these exercises benefit both men and women with excellent results long-term.

A fat burning diet comes down to the satisfaction of your body. Constantly fighting your body's cravings will make you vulnerable to high calorie foods. Combining the high intensity resistance type (HIRT) exercise and high intensity type exercise (HIT) with a fat burning diet will give you a successful lifestyle.

Article written by Rita Johnston. For Rob and Kalen Poulos, whose passion is to help others lose weight. They have been in the same situation, fat and frustrated, until Rob discovered his "Fat Burning Furnace" technique. Robs' technique will not only help you to burn fat but will also give you a healthy body full of energy and strength. Click on the link provided to learn more about the e-book Rob Poulos wrote.


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