Do you want to get slimmer? Are you sure that you are really that fat (overweight or obese)? If you think that you are and if you would like to lose weight you can do it in a healthy way. This healthy way is simple and its compounds are just two. The first one is named “sport” and the second one is named “food”. Yes, you read it right: F, O, O, D, i.e. FOOD. But what kind of food? (That is the question!) By the way it is a reasonable and relative question about the sport as well (“What kind of sport?”). And now you will see and probably you will be slim in the future. Let’s start now!
What food should I eat in order to lose weight?
a) Pineapples (Ananas comosus)
It is not just good for your diet, but it is also very healthy. The raw pineapple is a great source of Manganese, vitamin C, Calcium, Phosphorus, Pottasium and others.
Pineapple is also rich in water and fiber. They are two ingredients that are most important for losing weight.
b) Grapefruits (Citrus paradisi)
Grapefruits are one of the best sources of many nutrients and phytochemicals that contribute to a healthy diet. The raw grapefruit is a very good source of vitamin C, Calcium, Zinc and others.
Grapefruit is also rich in water and fiber. As you know already – they are two ingredients that are most important for losing weight.
c) Pumpkin (Cucurbita)
Pumpkins are also one of the sources of dietary fibers. It is a good source of vitamin A, beta-carotene, Pottasium, vitamin C and others. Pumpkins are easy to cook and they are a low calorie, healthy meal.
d) Green tea
Green tea is made solely with the leaves of Camellia sinensis that have undergone minimal oxidation during processing. Green tea contains vitamin C, zinc, manganese and many others. It is more potent antioxidant than black tea. Green tea is perfect for diets and one of the best weight loss drinks ever.
Good luck with these weight loss natural products and DON’T FORGET to consult your doctor, because some of these food (sometimes) are able to hurt your body, as far as every personal body is different (age, health status, climate, profession, etc.)