Best foods for weight loss?

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December 13, 2019 10:30AM
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June 10, 2015 1:18PM

BEST FOODS FOR WEIGHT LOSS

(foods to eat and foods to avoid)

So, what is the best diet or the best foods for weight loss?
Well, to lose body fat and keep it off,
eliminate or strictly
limit refined processed carbohydrates (apart from an occasional
treat). Consuming too many refined processed carbohydrates can have
many negative effects on health.

Over-consumption of refined processed carbohydrates, is a major
cause of unwanted weight gain,
obesity, heart disease, insulin
resistance, type 2 diabetes, and many other diet related diseases.
If you are unsure what these foods are, you will find a live page
link to a list at the bottom of this answer.

As deliciously addictive as refined processed carbohydrates are,
our bodies do thrive on them
because our ancestors did not
evolve eating them. For example, from around 2.5 million years ago
until the Agricultural Revolution around 10,000 years ago grains
(grains are just one example of refined processed carbohydrates)
were not consumed by our ancestors. Many people have a problem with
refined processed carbohydrates because our bodies are so similar
to the bodies of our ancestors.

Less than 1/10th of 1% of our genes have changed in the last
10,000 years. Not that long ago, in terms of
evolution!

The diseases, often referred to as diseases of Western
civilization, such as excess body fat, obesity,
hypertension,
diabetes, dental caries, heart disease, and others, became
pervasive in developed countries in the twentieth century primarily
because of a diet high in refined processed carbohydrates.

For weight loss, get your carbohydrates from natural sources
such as non-starchy leafy green
vegetables and salad
vegetables, and a small amount of low carbohydrate fruits such as
berries. There is no minimum daily requirement for carbohydrates,
but they do have beneficial phytochemicals and fiber so eating some
natural (not refined or processed carbohydrate) is fine.

BEST FOODS FOR WEIGHT LOSS: here is the good news:

Replace those refined processed carbohydrates with specific fat
burning proteins and take full
advantage of the thermic effect
of these foods to burn body fat. If you are unsure what these foods
are, at the bottom of this answer you will find page links leading
to a full list and more detailed information about the thermic
effect of food.

In relation to the thermic effect of food, refined processed
carbohydrates and fats have about a 3%
rate, which means that
it requires only approximately 3 calories for your body to use/burn
100 calories of refined carbohydrates and fats. Some natural
(unrefined, unprocessed) carbohydrates have about a 20% rate.

The specific fat burning proteins, however, have up to a
whopping 30% rate.
Hence, they are often referred to as the
‘fat burning’ foods. They are also nutritious foods. A weight loss
diet relies on both psychological control and providing your body
with the nutrients it needs.

BEST FOODS FOR WEIGHT LOSS, SUMMARY

So, for the lists and plans to enable you to achieve your
goal
, see the page links given below.



  1. Belly Fat Blast – the original step-by-step guide about what to eat
    and what to avoid

  2. List of the Refined Processed Carbohydrates (to
    avoid or limit)
  3. Fat Burning Foods (to replace the refined processed
    carbohydrates), and more about the fat burning thermic
    effect
  4. The Paleo
    Protein Diet

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Paleolithic (or Paleo) foods are excellent fat burning
proteins.

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April 22, 2011 10:11AM

Foods to eat and foods to avoid

‘Fat burning’ foods help you to lose weight and foods high in
carbohydrates (in other words refined processed carbohydrates)
hinder weight loss. Therefore, eat more fat burning foods and
strictly limit (apart from the occasional treat) refined processed
carbohydrates. When digested, all carbohydrates are sugars. So,
think of eating carbohydrates as eating sugar.

Moreover, think of eating processed (refined) carbohydrates as
eating concentrated sugar. Refined processed carbohydrates have
many negative effects on health. Refined processed carbohydrates
are a major cause of weight gain, insulin resistance, obesity, and
many diet related diseases. For weight loss, replace those foods
with more ‘fat burning’ foods. For a list of fat burning foods see
the page link, further down this page, listed under Related
Questions.

Processed (refined) carbohydrates are such things as ice cream,
cookies, bread, rolls, buns, pasta, tacos, potato chips/crisps,
pizza, cakes, sweets, candy, cookies, biscuits, chocolate, cereals,
store bought cooked meats/cold cuts (they have added sugars and
additives), sausages/hot dog frankfurters (they have carbohydrate
fillers, additives, and sometimes sugar) all sodas, sugars, and
foods containing corn syrup, etc.

For a list of fat burning foods, and to learn about
foods that speed up metabolism, see the page links, further
down this page, listed under Sources and Related Links.

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