Foods That Burn Belly Fat

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Foods That Burn Belly Fat

Here’s a little known fact. Your body doesn’t really want to store fat. A recent concept is rather than following a calorie-counting diet, you should use your body’s natural hunger and sleep rhythms to curb cravings and burn fat.

Research is starting to indicate that our body’s natural eat-and-sleep clocks are being disrupted due to artificial light and eating the wrong foods. You have a flow of hunger hormones that make your cravings impossible to resist, forcing you ilnto a “fat cycle”. Tuning into the correct eat and sleep schedule can change this – turning you into a fat buring machine!

Prevention has introduced a revolutionary Belly Melt Diet, a diet that explains the science behind this concept. It shows why getting a good night sleep can help you loose weight while you sleep, and how eating the right foods at the right times can not only keep you fueled, but also make sure you still get to enjoy what you eat. And, it shows why certain foots can not only help you loose weight, but also help you sleep better as well!

Fish

Getting Omega 3’s in your diet is important. They lower your risk of dementia while boosting heart health. And the best way to get them is via a good protein source like fish. Protein not only makes you feel full, but also keeps you from wanting to eat so many carbs. But, the big benefit of fish – and the omega 3’s with fish – is when your diet is deficient in omega-3s, the natural rhythms of your pineal gland are thrown off. When your pineal gland is off, you don’t porduct the proper amount of melatonin, your sleep hormone. Animals with an omega-3 deficit don’t sleep during their usual rest periods—they’re up and spinning in their wheels the same way that humans with insomnia do.

Nuts

Nuts are full of magnesium. And again, when your body doesn’t get enough magnesium, it disrupts proper melatonin production. When you have too much magnesium, your body wants to hibernate. Eating foods rich in magnesium, such as nuts, can not only help you sleep better, but also can cut back on inflammation, a condition implicated in heart disease, cancer, and diabetes.

Calcium

Whether you get calcium from milk, cottage cheese, sardines, tofu, kale or spinach, calcium is important. For every 100 milligrams of calcium you take in, you may loose an inch of intra-abdominal fat. And calcium helps relax muscle nerves and fibers, and can also help you sleep better.

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Bob Lachniet is the owner of Fitness 4 Home Superstore. He has been in the fitness equipment commercial and retail sales industry for over 25 years and has been owner of Fitness 4 Home Superstore since 2005. Bob truly cares about his customers and wishes to educate them on what is the right piece of equipment for their particular circumstance.

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