Read on to learn about the following superfoods that will help you lose weight! Keep in mind that eating organic and hormone free foods as much as possible reduces toxic effects and increases the positive qualities of foods.
A study conducted at the Scripps Clinic in La Jolla, CA showed that eating half a grapefruit prior to a meal helped induce weight loss.
Yes, they taste amazing as pie, and make great jack-o’-lanterns, but they’re also one of the best weight loss foods you can eat.
3. Green Tea.
Green tea increases the metabolic rate and speeds up the body’s ability to oxidize fat, helping people lose weight. Some studies have shown the magic weight losing number to be five cups per day.
Kale is one of those forgotten foods that should be reintroduced to your weight loss diet. It is also high in iron, and calcium.
Oatmeal’s satiety ranking is the highest of any food, meaning you feel more full after eating a bowl of oatmeal than the same amount of anything else.
Lentils are another great source of both types of dietary fiber and are high in protein. They help to maintain blood sugar levels, regulating the body’s production of insulin.
7. Goji berries.
These tasty little berries make a great snack for curbing hunger. Containing 18 amino acids, they are a great source of protein and only contain 35 calories per tablespoon.
8. Buckwheat Pasta.
Another fiber all-star, buckwheat also contains protein, which is uncharacteristic of other grains used in pasta. This combo helps keep you feeling full and prevents overeating.
9. Chili Peppers.
Chili peppers contain a compound called capsaicin which has a thermogenic effect on the body. After eating a food infused with chili, the body will burn off extra calories for 20 minutes or so.
This whole grain is a great source of both protein and fiber, and makes for a great rice or gluten supplement.
Tarragon helps reduce the bloating and water retention effects of excess sodium.
Avocados are one of the best sources of monounsaturated fat, namely omega-6, and help to increase satiety, or the feeling of fullness.