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Top 5 Fat burning Foods. Natural Foods for burning fat

Updated on August 9, 2017

Top 5 Natural Foods for burning fat

"I want to reduce fat"- How often have you heard people saying this? Getting a slim, chiseled physique is the desire for most people. While many people choose artificial supplements and protein powders to cut down body fat, there are natural ways to do the same, even more effectively and safely. Supplements can cause side effects such as excess urea production and kidney/liver damage in the longer run. Many supplements contain steroids as well. Fat burn pills contain many artificial substances. Hence, it’s advisable to go for natural foods that can burn fat.

The average male adult requires about 2000-2400 calories per day depending on his physical activities. The key to reducing fat is to add more proteins in your diet and less of fat and carbohydrates. Proteins are made up of constituents called Amino acids and complete proteins are ones that contain all essential amino acids. Foods that are rich in protein and low in Carbs and fat are the ideal ones to burn fat. Apart from lowering self-esteem, obesity has also been linked to high pressure, diabetes and heart disease.


Soy is the best non-diary source of protein. It fuels muscles and provides a lean muscle mass. One cup of soy milk contains 7 grams of proteins composed of all varieties of essential amino acids. One cup of soy milk contains about 80 calories, which is lower than skimmed milk

One cup of soy milk has 3 grams of fiber, which satisfies 12% of your daily fiber need. You can take Soy milk instead of regular milk.


Oatmeal is a powerful fat burning food. It is rich in Fiber. Oatmeal fills the stomach and keeps off hunger. If you take oatmeal for breakfast, it will provide you energy and necessary nutrients till lunch.

There are about 150 calories in 1 cooked cup of oatmeal. Oatmeal is very low in saturated fat and cholesterol

While buying Oats, always choose the best quality. It’s better to have plain oatmeal with less or no sugar. You can sweeten it with berries if needed.

Green Tea

Green tea is rich in a variety of antioxidants called Catechins. Green tea improves metabolism. It has been found that green tea increases metabolism by 4% within a 24 hour period. Green tea has been shown to activate the body's thermogenic activity, which results in increased fat burning.

Green tea also contain small amount of Caffeine, which can also boost metabolism.

Whole Grains

Whole grain is a grain containing all three parts- bran, germ and endosperm. Whole grains are rich in fiber and good carbs. Whole grains are rich in antioxidants and nutrients like Vitamin B, E, iron and magnesium

Whole Grains reduce cholesterol and the risk of heart disease. There are around 240 calories in 100 grams of whole wheat bread not to mention the fiber content


Nuts contain monounsaturated fats, which are good fats. MUFA (Monounsaturated fatty acids) are good for the heart. They also control cholesterol levels in the body. Taking nuts make you feel full for a longer period. An ounce of almonds contain 3.5 grams of fiber, while pistachios have 2.9 grams.

Brazil nuts: They are rich in Selenium, which helps in metabolism. They also contain Copper, zinc, potassium and magnesium. Mix oatmeal with Brazil nuts and fruits and it makes a good fat burn meal.

Walnuts: They are rich in monounsaturated fatty acids. One of the best diet servings

Almonds: They are rich in L-Arginine, an essential amino acid which can boost the body metabolism and provide a lean muscle mass.


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