FIVE NATURAL FAT BURNERS YOU SHOULD ADD IN YOUR DIET

Clean out the junk in your trunk with these five natural fat burners! Burn it all off before the heat of the summer!

Cayenne Pepper

Cayenne Pepper stimulates the metabolism and creates thermogenesis, meaning the generation of internal heat & caloric burn. This boosts fat burning and increases the amount of calories burned throughout the day. You may use cayenne pepper as a seasoning to your favorite steamed dishes for a delicious spicy kick to boost natural flavor. This pepper also increases the bioavailability of food, helping you to absorb more nutrients in your meal. Remember, you are not what you eat; you are what you absorb!

Ashwagandha

Ashwagandha is becoming popularized and noted in the holistic health community as one of the world’s top adaptogens, meaning it helps the body adapt to a healthier, balanced state. One of its most valuable properties is its ability to lower and stabilize cortisol, the body’s stress hormones. This helps to reduce insulin and even aids in the reduction of belly fat while improving sleep and dramatically diminishing junk food cravings. Can we get an amen?! High cortisol also raises DHA which is our “youthful” hormone, and by supplementing with ashwagandha, one may slow the aging process. The benefits don’t stop there! This supplement even stabilizes testosterone levels, helping to maintain lean muscle mass. If you want to look younger, stay lean, and feel younger, get some ashwagandha into your regimen!

Cinnamon

Cinnamon is delicious and may be easily supplemented by adding it in smoothies, in your coconut or almond milks, oatmeal, cookie recipes, and more! This spice is known to balance insulin levels and keep blood sugar steady throughout the day helping to ensure the body is burning fat fast and efficiently. Adding cinnamon to your breakfast will not only help you feel fuller for longer, but it may also even kill off harmful fungus and bacteria in the body which helps maintain proper gut health and assimilation of nutrients.

Celery

Celery is a low-calorie food that is loaded with fiber! The calorically diluted food is even believed to be a “negative calorie” food, meaning some people say it takes the body more calories to digest and assimilate the nutrients and high fiber constituents of celery than the food actually provides. Though we can safely debunk the myth that celery is a negative calorie food, it is definitely low calorie. Celery provides the body with an abundance of potassium and healthy sodium, helping to regulate water weight and flush out bloating and fat due to its high vitamin and mineral content. Celery juice is used in many healing protocols and, when mixed with lemon, creates a delicious morning green juice!

Green Tea

Green tea leaves contain antioxidants known as catechins, some of which can burn fat. In order to burn fat, it must first be broken down in the fat cell and moved into the bloodstream. The active compounds in green tea may aid in this process by boosting the effects of some fat burning hormones. The master antioxidant in tea, EGCG, can help inhibit an enzyme that breaks down the hormone norepinephrine. When this enzyme is inhibited, the amount of norepinephrine is greatly elevated, signaling to our nervous system to break down fat cells.

In a nutshell, the fat blasting tea increases levels of hormones that tell fat cells to break down fat. This quickly releases fat into the bloodstream and makes it available as energy. Add a cup to your morning breakfast and burn fat first thing in the morning, while providing yourself a healthy dose of natural energy to jumpstart your day!

 

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