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5 Foods to Reduce Belly Fat

Do you want to get rid of your belly fat?

You need to include some good healthy fats in your diet.
However not all fats are equal so here are 5 fat-burning foods for you to include in your daily diet...

1. Avocado

Avacardo Bowl

Avocado contains monounsaturated fat, vitamins E, K & C and plenty of fibre.
The fibre and healthy fats will keep you feeling full and satisfied for hours.

2. Eggs

Eggs

Not only are eggs a high quality protein food but the yolk is a nutrient powerhouse.
Just 3 eggs provide nearly 100% of the recommended daily intake for B12.
Enjoy them as an easy to prepare snack, for breakfast or whenever you're needing a boost.

3. Coconut Oil

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil contains medium chain triglycerides (MCT's)
which can improve brain function, lower cholesterol, improve skin and hair and burn fat.
Try using some coconut oil when baking or cooking.

4. Oily Fish

Oily Fish

Oily fish including sardines, salmon and tuna contain omega 3 fatty acids (DHA & EPA).
These healthy fatty acids can help to lower cholesterol,
improve heart health, brain function and mood and is anti-inflammatory.
Lastly healthy fats in fish can help to improve metabolic function and body composition.
So make sure to include oily fish in your diet at least two to three times per week.

5. Ful Fat Dairy

Full Fat Dairy

Dairy also contains MCTs and due to the high fat content can keep you feeling full for longer.
This is due to the appetite suppressing hormones that are released when consuming full fat dairy.
Make the switch to full fat dairy and notice the change in your hunger levels.
This means that your overall caloric intake will be reduced because
you won't be eating as much food over the entire day.


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*** Information presented in this post in general nutrition advice. Please see one of our Accredited Practising Dietitians (APD) for individualised dietary advice ***

 

Menu Concepts Editor

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