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|Topic Started: Sep 20 2007, 10:01 AM (198 Views)|
|Barbara Ann||Sep 20 2007, 10:01 AM Post #1|
Lean red meat: Full of vitamin B, the most soluble form of iron, fat burning fatty acids and muscle builders.
Salmon: Has protein and omega-3 fatty acids, a dynamic duo that leads to fat burning.
Omega-3 eggs: produced by hens that eat a diet rich in flaxseed, they also give a protein, omega-3 a punch.
Low-fat, lactose free plain yogurt: Boosts the protein content of your diet. Calcium consumption speeds your metabolism and burns fat.
Spinach: Neutralizes acid-forming food, contains fiber to improve gastroinestinal health.
Tomatoes: Full of fiber and vitamin C. Cruciferous vegees: eat broccoli, cabbage and cauliflower, which are believed to reduce the risk of certain cancers. They also are great for antioxidants.
Avocados: One of the healthiest fruits, they provide B vitamins, fiber, folate and zinc.
Mixed berries: Strawberries, blueberries and raspberries are high in antioxidants.
Oranges: A source of vitamin C; also good for fiber and folate.
Mixed beans: One cup of kidney beans, black beans and chickpeas equals 11 grams of fiber. Beans help lower blood sugar and control diabetes.
Quinoa: A gluten-free supergrain that is rich in vitamins and minerals. Whole oats: also one of the healthiest grains, contains the most soluble fiber.
Mixed nuts: Reduce risks of several diseases, including heart disease, promote weight loss.
Olive oil: Revs up metabolism and reduces risk of diseases.
Flaxseed and flaxseed oil: Contain heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids. Green tea: offers a host of benefits, including cancer prevention, fat loss and improved blood circulation.
|Deleted User||Sep 21 2007, 12:18 AM Post #2|
|great list, thanks! :)|
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