There are many foods which help in weight loss, as fruits, vegetables, whole grain and husk, and the basic purpose of all is to have fiber because it fills the stomach. Fiber in both soluble and insoluble form is good for health, as it helps prevent certain diseases like high cholesterol, heart issues, constipation, cancer, and obesity, etc.
Husk: It’s a natural product which is easily available in the market. It’s a fiber that is easily soluble and has natural qualities to burn fat, reduces blood cholesterol, diabetes, blotting, acidity, and enhances the metabolism. For better results you should take it empty stomach half an hour before breakfast. You will soon notice a decrease in your weight in a month. You can take it twice or even thrice a week, like 3 table spoons are enough in a day.
Whole grains: Avoid white flour and only have whole grain bread or pasta. If you can’t avoid biscuits, take only wheat cookies as they don’t have fat, and are full of fiber. You can also make pizza with whole grain pita bread which is easily available in the market, but sprinkle only low-fat cheese over it. Hence, you don’t have to cut off your favorite foods as there is solution for everything.
Fruits: Among fruits water melon and apple is full of fiber, however take watermelon in a moderate quantity if you are diabetic. Other fruits are also healthy with alkaline elements which burn fat and protect our body from many diseases. Apple is highly recommended in a diet plan, because it fills the stomach and you don’t like having a large meal, besides everybody knows that an apple a day keeps the doctor away.
Grapefruit is another highly effective fruit in reducing fat, as it’s bitter so it has natural quality to reduce weight. You can take its juice daily and it also makes the skin fresh. You will soon notice a great change in you after a month of taking grapefruit regularly. Lemon is equally good, however you should take its juice mixed in water.
Vegetables: Especially, leafy vegetables which are rich in vitamin C are good in reducing fat, and raw form is suitable than cooked. Carrots, cucumber, cabbage, broccoli are all good in filling the stomach. You can make delicious salads with vegetables, vinegar and olive oil sprinkled. Soups are also good; however you can add soy sauce and lemon in it for taste. Instead of adding regular table salt, use sea salt which has organic qualities and it does not cause water retention.