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Beware, the Natural Food Rage is on

Health & Fitness Create on 18-11-06 by alvin99Total Views 54

Beware, the Natural Food Rage is on
For long now people have debated on this topic. While some articles and experts preach that nature (or science) have produced some miracle fat burning foods, others are quick to point out that what actually counts is simply your overall calorie burn to calorie consumption ratio. American Natural Super Reds In fact, there is no dearth of dieticians who quickly dismiss the supposed fat burning properties of natural foods and herbal concoctions as irresponsible myths. The question then is - who do we believe? Are there any natural foods that burn belly fat or not?

The truth is that there are no natural foods that directly burn fat. When physical trainers and diet experts say that what eventually counts is whether you are burning more calories than you are consuming, they are right. However, you have to consider that there are several factors that effect your actual metabolic rate (how many calories you burn). One of these is your diet. There are certain natural food items that promote the production of the right hormones and chemicals to speed up your metabolism and accelerate the rate at which your body burns fat. In other words, there are natural foods that help burn belly fat indirectly.


Cinnamon is one of nature's most powerful spices when it comes to fat loss, and that is because it directly helps in controlling your body's blood sugar level. In fact, a study published in Diabetes Care, a medical journal, shows that consuming 3-6 grams of cinnamon a day can reduce fasting blood glucose levels by up to 29%. Cinnamon also helps maintain a high level of insulin sensitivity, and together these two factors directly boost your body's ability to fight fat. The best part is that cinnamon is an extremely versatile spice, and can be added to desserts, main course dishes and drinks.

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