Foods That Burn Fat: Top 10 Lists

By Tom Venuto, NSCA-CPT, CSCS

A lot of people are not alone interested to cognise and interpret what are the intellectual nourishment habits a instinctive muscleman would stick with, but also they would like to cognise what foods they should be consuming in order to become a muscle builder themselves. People who draw a bead on must be aware there intellectual nourishment habits should be in such a style that it burns down fat and fortifies or builds their muscles too. Keeping that in mind I have recorded foursome typical “top 10” fit intellectual nourishment* that burn fat and fleshes muscular tissue.

The listing does not comprise any particular quantity or menus to be adopted as each of us variegate by our appetite. My aim is to get as many different varieties of fruits and vegetables as possible in order to make yourself choosy with regard to your taste. I am not listing all the items I eat but only those which consume frequently to stay fit and healthy.

I would like to remonstrate that while I don’t believe that extreme low carbs are necessary but when you are looking at long term basis, research has proved that there are credible advantages to a low to moderate carb and higher protein diet for the purpose of reducing fat. It includes reduced appetite, higher thermic effect of food and “automatic” calorie control.

No need to emphasize so much about the high carb – low carb argument or any other debate so much if it is about calorie control and its compliance. The trouble we find is in restricting our diets and staying calorie less is highly difficult hence most people drop their diet plan and lose their control over maintaining fewer calories or less fat.

I believe that we should shift our attention away from pointless debates (for example, low carb vs. high carb is getting really old… so like… get over it everyone, its calorie deficit that makes you lose weight, not the amount of carbs).

Instead our focus should be on the following question: i.e.,

How can we sketch an eating program from which we can enjoy as well as become leaner and healthier?

A fine reply would be: Eat voluminous variety of high nutritive density nutrient; low kilocalorie denseness nutrient indeed that you relish it and even embody fit and healthy, burning your fat content, gradually ramping up your muscular tissue.

My 10 top natural starchy carb and whole grains

1. Cream of rice hot cereal
2. Beans (great for healthy chili recipes)
3. White potatoes
4. Sweet potatoes (almost same as yams)
5. Multi grain hot cereal (mix or barley, oats, rye. titricale and a few others)
6. Brown rice (a favorite is basmati, a long grain aromatic rice)
7. 100% whole wheat bread
8. 100% whole wheat pasta
9. Yams
10. Oatmeal (old fashioned)

My Top 10 top vegetables

1. Zucchini
2. Tomatoes
3. Spinach
4. Salad greens
5. Onions
6. Peppers (green, red or yellow)
7. Asparagus
8. Mushrooms
9. Cucumbers
10. Broccoli

My top 10 lean proteins

1. Trout
2. Whey or Casein protein (protein powder supplements)
3. Chicken Breast
4. Flank Steak (grass fed beef)
5. Bison/Buffalo
6. Top round steak (grass fed beef)
7. Turkey Breast
8. Lean Ground Turkey
9. Salmon (wild Alaskan)
10. Egg whites (whole eggs in limited quantities)

My top 10 fruits

1. Apples
2. Oranges
3. Blueberries
4. Strawberries
5. Grapefruit
6. Pineapple
7. Peaches
8. Grapes
9. Canteloupe
10. Bananas

I hope you find this really helpful. Keep in mind that this is MY food list and although you probably won’t fail if you emulate it. You need to choose natural foods and try to stick with it. In the fruits and vegetables categories alone you will find hundreds choices to choose from, so enjoy them all!

About The Author:

Tom Venuto is the author of “Burn the Fat, Feed The Muscle” book that teaches you how to get lean without supplements or drugs, using methods of the world’s best bodybuilders.

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