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The Trick Is To Know What To Eat
(and when it eat it)
This article will help you choose things you can snack on. This way you can keep the weight off or help you loose the weight. Come back to see about the right time to eat.
Negative calorie or calorie free foods are what they sound like. They are foods that actually cause the body to use more calories in processing them (either directly, or though the food triggering a reaction to other bodily functions) than they contain. This means that you actually lose weight when eating these foods. Negative calorie foods are fruit and vegetables.
Commonly agreed negative or calorie free foods:
Bok and Pack Choy
Courgette / Marrow
Potatoes (in skins) and sweet potatoes
Snow peas / mangetout
Turnip / swede
Small citrus (small oranges, limes, lemons)
Some more suggested negative calorie foods:
All fruit and vegetables – Some nutritionists say that all fruit and vegetables are negative calorie foods in their natural state.
Nuts – Some say all ‘raw’ (not dry roasted or salted) nuts and seeds are fat burning. Others say keep to almonds, coconut, macadamia, peanuts and walnuts.
Soup – Some research has found that eating soup keeps weight off. An oil free vegetable based soup will probably be negative caloric.
Avocados – Often avoided due to their high fat content, they are in the ‘good fats’ category, and suggested by many as a fat burning food. Use in salads, but also as a base for dips and creams.
Quorn – Quorn is a high fiber source of protein. Note that some people are allergic to quorn.
Air popped popcorn – Appears on some lists as it is a whole grain and full of fiber. The main trick is to cook in air and do not cover with sugar or oil.
Dark chocolate (min 70%) – Only some chocolate. Not milk, sweetened or white, but dark chocolate which has a minimum of 70% cocoa, preferably 80% or 90% (Lindor even has a 99% bar). Watch portion size and only eat small amounts.