The Best Way to Feed Fat Away

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( — March 9, 2018) Cheyenne, Wyoming — The Greek know a lot about good food. They’ve got superb yogurts, wine, olives and grape leaf wraps, so from such foodie nation that is actually healthier than its Western counterparts, one can be confident in taking a page of their dietary book. Eating a wide variety of seafood, diary and lean red meat like lamb is surely a part of their weight control secret, the other part is their instinctive reliance on thermogenesis. After all, the term thermogensis comes from the Greek words thermē meaning heat and genesis meaning origin/production. 

“Diet-induced thermogenesis can also be affected by the proportion of macronutrients consumed — carbs, fats, and proteins — with high-protein diets being the most thermogenic compared to high-carb or high-fat diets, according to researcher Helen H. Hermsdorff at Universidad de Navarra, in Pamplona, Spain, and colleagues in a study published in the journal Archivos Latinoamericanos de Nutricion,” reports 

Nuts and eggs are also good protein sources to consider. Surprisingly duck eggs are just as beneficial as chicken eggs despite duck meat being heavy in fat aka liquid gold. Consuming one egg per day or two egg whites is the maximum recommended dose because even too much of a good thing can be bad. 

“Eating lean red meats not only decreases your risks of obesity and cardiovascular diseases, the rich protein source can help you lose weight by raising the core temperature of your body,” explains HomeGymr. “Examples of red meat are pork tenderloin, lamb chops, filet mignon, sirloin tip steak, bottom round, and many more cuts of meat you can think of.” 

Turkey and chicken are great animal protein options, seasoning them with other thermogenetic spices like scotch bonnet peppers and turmeric can really turbo boost the fat burning effect. Hold the gravy and cranberry sauces and show turkey some love at the table outside of Thanksgiving to truly reap the rewards of a sleeker and leaner body. 

“The idea that food could burn calories rather than add calories may sound strange, but it makes sense when you consider the energy the body must expend to digest, absorb and store the nutrients in these foods,” says Gym Junkies. “Some foods do have a higher thermic effect than others. For instance, if you consume proteins, your body may burn about 20 to 35% of those calories through thermic effect. Fats, on the other hand, have low thermic effect, burning only 0 to 5% of calories through digestion, absorption, and storage.” 

With that said, it’s clear that eating to lose weight is a fool proof strategy, though it has its merits. Instead of depending on such a variable method that is bound to yield erratic results, the use of thermogenic supplements like the FitPal™ by HealthyWiser™ is a wiser option. The FDA approved formula of the HealthyWiser™ FitPal™ Natural thermogenic fat burner harnesses the power of Green Coffee, Garcinia Cambogia and Raspberry Ketones to heat the body’s core and stimulate the burning of fat cells to bring one closer to their appropriate body mass index according to each person’s body type.

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