Use these guidelines of super healthy food consumption and start treating your body how it deserves today! This audiobook looks at the negative-calorie diet comprehensively and how you can lose weight while on the diet.
You probably know that foods such as tea and water have zero calories. However, have your heard about negative-calorie foods? My guess would be that you have. While some foods are very low in calories, in truth, no food has negative calories. The concept of a negative-calorie diet draws its belief from the fact that some foods require more energy to metabolize than the energy or calories they inject into your metabolism. Take, for instance, water or other succulent veggies like celery; the body requires fuel to break them down and excrete their waste from body cells. Foods like fruits and veggies supply lesser calories than what the body utilizes to metabolize them; thus, these foods are a great choice for weight loss.
Apart from being low in calories and forcing the body to burn more calories to metabolize them, are such foods healthy? Critics of the negative-calorie diet plan argue that a diet comprised of fewer food groups can offset the positive-calorie energy reserves within the body. Low-calorie foods such as berries and broccoli could be rich in vitamins and minerals but also lack fats. Fats are important for weight loss because they make you full, avoiding instances of overeating.
On the other hand, foods such as leafy greens and low-glycemic fruits are rich in antioxidants, enzymes, and other phyto-nutrients that facilitate weight loss. You also get fiber, which promotes fullness or satiety, and can help you fight binge eating. This begs the question, how effective is the negative-calorie diet? This audiobook will seek to answer that question.
Here is a sneak peek of what you will learn:
Does the negative-calorie diet work?
Is the negative-calorie diet suitable for you?
Negative-calorie diet don'ts
How to prepare zero-calorie meals
How to successfully adopt the negative-calorie diet
And much more!
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