Food Enhancing Metabolism And Relation To Fat Loss

Food always adjusts the heat. I do not recommend eating fresh fruits or vegetables.
Very cool the body, slowing metabolism and ultimately weaken the immune system.
Now in winter are the most dense vegetable broth or cooked vegetables being added every meal.
Great tool is a series of spices. In winter use to prepare food curry, dried garlic, dried ginger, pepper, paprika.
In winter, do not be afraid or meat. Is it possible to use the abundance of fish possibly poultry meat in bio or home quality.
Food enhancing metabolism during winter
Now we will list foods suitable for consumption during the winter. Also, there is a rule to eat heat-treated vegetables with every meal, eat enough protein, eat fresh, eat plenty of fiber (e.g., flaxseed), eat regularly during the day and drink enough. “
There are spices that speeds up digestion and thus has an impact on increasing metabolism.
It is mainly garlic, cinnamon, paprika and ginger, “says Arielle Firemen, trainer and nutrition specialist.
Cereals:  wild rice, barley, oats, buckwheat Legumes:   soybean fruits and vegetables:  eggplant, cabbage, onion, garlic, leek, carrot, cherries, grapes, apricots, strawberries Dairy products:  goat cheese, goat milk
Nuts:   Walnuts Other:  seaweed, sea salt, mineral water, cocoa, coconut milk, meat: chicken, lamb, goat meat, pheasant Fish:  salmon, mussels, lobster , eel, tuna, trout, sardines Spices: goat meat, chili, fennel, nutmeg, cloves, pepper, cinnamon, rosemary, ginger humbly hope that this advice will help you to reduce fat layers in winter.
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